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