Pamela Mbabazi


Assoc. Professor, Deputy Vice Chancellor & Associate Professor of Development Studies
She is the President and Executive Chair of Uganda Development Studies Association.

Faculty of Development Studies

Dr Mbabazi is an expert in Supply Chain Analysis,
Curriculum design, Development Planning, Rural Development, Political
Economy and Conflict Studies.
She has published widely on issues of governance & peace-building. Her current research is on
electoral governance and strengthening democracy in the East African Subregion.

Amasa Activities:

PI for MUST partner site 


Amon Agaba


Associate Professor and Head of Department of Pharmacology & Therapeutics, Mbarara University of Science and Technology (MUST)

Principal Investigator for a World Bank/ Uganda Government Millennium Science
Initiative Grant Award for Strengthening Pharmaceutical Science Degree
programs at MUST.

His current research focus is on herbal medicine R&D; evaluation of the
pharmacological activity of traditional herbal remedies in malaria, diabetes and

Amasa activities:



Solomon James Lubinga


Lecturer with the Department of Pharmacy, Faculty of Medicine, MUST

Member of the Pharmaceutical Society of Uganda, and a
registered Pharmacist in Uganda with 6 years of experience in Community
Pharmacy Practice and Pharmacy Education. He is an emerging researcher, with interest in Outcomes Research, Pharmacoeconomics and Pharmaceutical Policy.

AMASA activities:

WG2 and WG5 member


Rogers Bariyo


Rogers Bariyo is an Associate Dean and Head-graduate Studies at
Faculty of Development Students.

His current PhD project is on ‘Public-Health Care Decentralisation in Uganda’, and examines how the public sector reforms have affected health care delivery in terms of funding, utilisation,
availability and access of medicines in the country.

With over 10 years of university teaching experience in Development Studies,
Rogers Bariyo has taught and supervisor a numbers of undergraduate and
postgraduates Students at Mbarara University of Science and Technology.

Amasa activities:

Member of WG4 and WG6

Catherine Birabwa


Catherine Birabwa is a research assistant.

She is registered pharmacist and member of the pharmaceutical society of uganda.

Amasa activities:

Member of WG 2 and 3.


Pross K. Ninsiima


Pross K. Ninsiima is a research assistant.



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