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To all those who applied for public health fellowships in field Epidemiology

This is to inform you that the process of short-listing candidates is ongoing and will be completed in a week or two from today, August 27, 2014. We will communicate to short-listed candidates preferably by the 2nd week of September 2014 and to those not short-listed, a week later. Interviews will take place in the 2nd and 3rd week of October 2014.

Lillian Ayebale's work has been featured in today's New Vision newspaper

Lillian Ayebale's work has been featured in today's (August 27, 2014 -- see attachment) New Vision newspaper under its coveted 'Mwalimu' section. Lillian, an alumnus of the Long-term Fellowship Program at Makerere University - 2010/12 intake, researched on the HIV risk behaviors of school teachers in two districts of Kalangala and Kampala while she was still a Fellow in 2011. Her findings - including the fact that 45% of teachers have 2 or more sexual partners -- warrant immediate interventions to address HIV risk behaviors among Ugandan teachers. Get your copy of the full article at Click to download Attachment

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Medium-term Fellowship Dissemination Workshop
Speke Resort Munyonyo, Sheena Conference hall
MakSPH-CDC Fellowship Program Retreat
Lake Victoria Hotel Serena Resort