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Mr. Moses Mukundane

RhoadsMr. Moses Mukundane is a Research Associate, and Team Leader for the Community and District Empowerment for Scale-up (CODES) Project; and the advocacy component of the Policy Action for Sustainable Intensification of Ugandan Cropping Systems (PASIC) Project at ACODE. He holds two First Class Master’s Degrees; (1) International Health Policy (with a bias in International Public Health) from Oslo and Akershus University College of Applied Sciences, Norway; (2) Masters in Public Administration and Management (with a bias in Public Sector Management) from Makerere University. Moses holds a First Class Bachelor’s Degree of Social Sciences (with a bias in Political Science, Public Administration and Sociology) from Makerere University. He has also undergone numerous post-graduate training, notably, in International public health (Oslo University College), Project planning and management (Africa Population Consult), Research methodology and ethics (Makerere University, Elizabeth Glaser Paediatric AIDS Foundation, and Family Health International (Fhi360) inter alia.

Moses has built his career in Social Research Management, and Project Planning and Management. He has close to 10 years of practical experience in conducting and coordinating social research and academic projects. He previously worked with Makerere University Directorate of Research and Graduate Training (DRGT), Makerere Institute of Social Research (MISR), Elizabeth Glaser Paediatric AIDS Foundation (EGPAF- Uganda) and Bayport Financial Services, Uganda Ltd. Moses has also undertaken and participated in consultancy works with Ministry of Gender, Labour and Social Development (Expanding Social Protection Programme) and Ministry of Local government (Uganda Local Government Association/EU-SDP) coordinated by Market Realms Ltd.

Moses has participated in various local and international (collaborative) research and academic projects while serving in various capacities as Team Leader, Project Administrator/Coordinator, Co-Principal Investigator, Research supervisor, and Research Assistant. His research interest is in the fields of Maternal and child health, Adolescent’s sexual and reproductive health, HIV and AIDS, Social Security/Welfare, Poverty alleviation and rural development, Local government administration and social service delivery, Public policy and Development.
Email: mmukundane@acode-u.org


Allen, E.,P., Kiwanuka, D., H., Mpanga, F., K., Mukundane, M., Nannungi, A., Baringaya, D., Sessanga, P., Aryaija-Karemani, A., and Muhwezi, W.W. Community participation to improve health services for children in Uganda: A Methodology for a community dialogue intervention. Global Health: Science and Practice: [Forth coming].

Mukundane, M., Nannungi, A., Bataringaya D., Aryaika-Karemani, A., Ssesanga, P., and Muhwezi W., W., Assessing the Management and Administration in Public Health Facilities of Uganda and The Implications for the Healthcare Service Delivery and Utilization: Evidence from the CODES project. ACODE Health Policy Research Series No. 77, 2016. Kampala.

Allen, E.,P., Mukundane M., Bataringaya D., Nannungi A., Ssesanga, P., Golooba-Mutebi F., and Muhwezi, W., W., Barriers to Care-Seeking among Caretakers of Children under five in Uganda: Qualitative Evidence from the Demand-side-Component of the CODES project. ACODE Policy Research Series No. 76, 2016. Kampala.

Mukundane, M., Nannungi, A., Bataringaya, D., Aryaija-Karemani, A., Ssesanga, P., and Muhwezi, W., W., The Community and District Empowerment for Scale-up (CODES) Project Demand-side Endline Study Report: Final Draft October, 2016. Advocates Coalition for Development and Environment (ACODE), Kampala, Uganda.

Mukundane, M., and Allen, P., E., The Community and District Empowerment for Scale-up (CODES) project. Cross-district Dialogue Synthesis Report for 2015 community dialogues. ACODE, 2016. Kampala.

Allen, P., E., and Mukundane, M., The Community and District Empowerment for Scale-up (CODES) project. Cross-district Dialogue Synthesis Report for 2014 community dialogues. Advocates Coalition for Development and Environment (ACODE), Kampala, Uganda.

Allen, E., P., Mukundane, M., Nannungi, A., Bataringaya, D., and Golooba-Mutebi, F., The Community and District Empowerment for Scale-up (CODES) Project. Demand-Side Findings from the Qualitative Baseline Study. ACODE, 2014, Kampala.

Golooba- Mutebi, F., Kayabwe, S., Mukundane, M., Building Political Support for Social Protection in Uganda”. Research report prepared for the Expanding Social Protection Programme under the Ministry of Gender, Labour and Social Development, Uganda. Kampala, Uganda.

Neema, S., Bukuluki, P., Mukundane, M., Identifying the relationship between HIV and AIDS and Fragility in Local Government Structures in Uganda. Makerere Institute of Social research, Research report prepared for the Institute of Democracy in South Africa (Idasa). 2011.

Rwengabo, S., Bwire Lumumba, Mukundane, M., (2011). Electoral Legislation and Elections Management in post-1995 Uganda. Research paper on the review of electoral reforms in Uganda undertaken under Makerere Institute of Social Research (MISR) Think Tank Initiative for Synthesizing National Policies/Laws in Uganda. Synthesis Report prepared for Makerere Insitute of Social Research, Makerere University, Kampala.

Bugembe, R., Mukundane M., and Kasozi, M., (2010). Evaluation of impact of training and capacity building on local government service delivery in Uganda. Report prepared for the Uganda Local Government Association (ULGA) by Market Realms Ltd. Kampala, Uganda.

Golooba-Mutebi , F. and Mukundane, M., (2007). Collapse, War and Reconstruction in Uganda. Analytical Narrative. Crisis States Research Program, Development Studies Institute, London School of Economics and Political Science, UK.

Mbabazi P., and Mukundane, M., (2006). A compendium of proceedings of training and capacity building workshops for the academic staff of Makerere University and other partnering Universities in Uganda in Research Methodology, Scholarly writing and publishing. I@Mak.com, Makerere University. Kampala, Uganda.