Emily Nyanzi Kabuye is the Project Manager for the East African Consortium for Clinical Research (EACCR3) from July 2010- to date. The EACCR 3 is one of the capacity building programs at UVRI, funded by the European and Developing Countries Clinical Trials Partnership (EDCTP). As a Project Manager, She Co-ordinated, collated and harmonized the grant-writing of the Eastern African consortium (EACCR3) to the EDCTP2 call on Networks of Excellence and had it submitted for the 2.9 million euros; coordinated and completed 2015-2019 work plans for Uganda as a Participating State in EDCTP Association including the required financial and technical reporting.
Emily was coordinator of the Canada Africa Prevention Trials Network (CAPTN) with Five sites in Eastern Africa 2009-2014 and she was part of the Research project team for the Adolescent HIV Prevention Strategies in Entebbe (ACERE) of $ 35, 000 to UVRI by the Canada-Africa Prevention Trials (CAPT) Network Dec 2011); the technical coordinator International Association of National Public Health Institutions (IANPHI) at UVRI 2010 -2012. Before that Emily worked with the Ministry of Health Uganda in the health policy and planning department 2005- 2010 working closely with the commissioner planning on as the technical assistant on the proposed National Health Insurance Scheme (NHIS) and DANIDA projects where she coordinated District Planning and regional Area teams for mentoring and support supervision. While there she achieved as reviewer for the of the poverty spatial maps for water and sanitation for WB, MFPED and Uganda Bureau of statistics 2008 and National Health Accounts team 2007 working closely with WHO Country Office and won the short-term Grant of ($50,000) on Institutionalization of National Health Accounts in Uganda to MoH and Makerere University School of Public health with support from the Rockefeller foundation through WHO –Geneva.
Emily Nyanzi Graduated with a Masters in Economic Policy and Management (EPM) 2006, Makerere University, graduated with a Post Graduate Diploma in Computer Science with specialized interest for Relational databases in 2003 and graduated in Economics and Education in 1997 all from Makerere University. Emily has a passion for seeing research evidence benefiting communities and uplifting them from poverty and seeing research translated into practice and policy guidelines.