Uganda Country Director
IntraHealth led a five-year, $11 million USAID-funded program to build the capacity of Ugandan institutions to plan for, develop, and strengthen the management of their health care workforce. Building on the success of the IntraHealth-led Capacity Project, IntraHealth worked with the Ministry of Health, other line ministries, and professional councils and also collaborated with Makerere University School of Public Health, Mbarara University, Gulu University, and the Uganda Management Institute.
Launched in 2009, the initiative focused on:
The program used the following strategies:
2009 to 2014