Ronald Kamara is a Public Health practitioner with over 20 years’ experience in program designing and management. Currently he is leading a PEPFAR funded multidisciplinary team which provides technical assistance to a myriad of multi denominational health care facilities providing comprehensive HIV prevention, care and treatment services in Kampala and Wakiso region. Prior to that he served as Chief of Party of the CDC funded Aids Care and Treatment (ACT) Project.
He has previously served the Uganda Episcopal Conference as the HIV/AIDS Advisor during which period he provided overall leadership, technical guidance, resource mobilisation and coordination in the planning and implementation of the Church’s Multisectoral HIV/AIDS program.
As part of his partnership building responsibilities, he has represented the Uganda Catholic Secretariat in various partnership initiatives including the Inter Religious Council of Uganda (IRCU), the Hope for Africa Children Initiative (HACI) and the Country Coordinating Mechanism (CCM) of the Global Fund to fight HIV, TB and Malaria (GFATM) of which he has previously been a member of the Developing Country NGO Board delegation.
A family man with children, he holds an MBA in Health Care Management.