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Mak Donates 90 Lifebuoys to Uganda Police Marine Unit

The Makerere University School of Public Health (MakSPH) has donated 90 lifebuoys to the

June 27, 2021

MakSPH Introduces Uganda Road Safety Journalists’ Award

In an effort to recognise quality journalism among journalists and media professionals in

June 27, 2021

Mobility and Access in Sub-Saharan African Cities, 3rd Call for Exploratory Comparative Research Projects

Mobility and Access in African Cities (MAC) Program calls for applications from researcher

June 25, 2021

Police Boss Asks Makerere to Conduct Research on Impact of Air Pollution on Traffic Officers

Commissioner of Police Niwabiine Lawrence, the acting Director Traffic and Road Safety in

June 27, 2021
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To initiate, lead and conduct locally and regionally relevant research in the causes, impacts, management, and prevention of injuries, and to contribute to the capacity development needed to reduce the injury burden in Uganda and the region.

During the road safety training organized by this centre, i gained exposure to the burden of road traffic crashes globally, and at the national level.

Esther Makula
JOURNALIST Chimp reports

The Training organized by Makerere University School of Public Health enabled me to learn from experts on how to come up with more evidence based informed stories

NAMONO DORCUS
UBC JOURNALIST

During the road safety training for journalists, I was brought up to speed with the latest data and research on road safety something that gave pointers to new and interesting story

FLAVIA NASSAKA
JOURNALIST UGANDA RADIO NETWORK

Mission

To initiate, lead and conduct locally and regionally relevant research in the causes, impacts, management, and prevention of injuries, and to contribute to the capacity development needed to reduce the injury burden in Uganda and the region.

Vision

To contribute to the reduction of the injury burden in Uganda, by strengthening research capacity on injuries and their medical, social, and economic consequences to individuals, communities, and the country.

Goals

To be a leader in trauma, injury and disability prevention in Uganda and the region.

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