Strengthening public health systems for two decades

PATH has been working with public and private partners since 2002 to introduce tools and interventions that prevent and detect cancer, expand women’s contraceptive choices, get vaccines to more people, and craft policies that lay the foundation for health for every Ugandan.


In partnership with the Ministry of Health, PATH is implementing high-impact projects to address Uganda’s health priorities. This partnership, combined with our relationships with a diverse range of implementing partners and private-sector stakeholders, has enabled PATH to implement public health interventions that aim to improve health equity and address emerging health threats.

years working in Uganda
staff across the country


We are committed to reducing the burden of disease in Uganda. We work with the government and private-sector stakeholders to bring lasting improvements to health systems.


We support the Ministry of Health to develop and implement inclusive policies for primary health care, including reproductive, maternal, newborn, child, and adolescent health, among others. We engage policymakers and foster cross-sectoral partnerships to help address some of the country’s toughest health challenges. And it’s why we never stop innovating.

Our office

Our main office is in Kampala

Our address:

Block B, Ntinda Complex, Ntinda Road, Opposite St. Luke’s Church of Uganda Kampala, Uganda

Mailing address

PO Box 7404 Kampala Uganda

Phone number: 256.312.393.200

Meet our team

  1. Dr. Betty Mirembe

    Country Director, Uganda Country Programs

  2. Dr. Emmanuel Mugisha

    Director TyVAC Project and Senior Advisor on Vaccines and Immunization

  3. Tom Oketch

    Finance and Operations Director

  4. Jacqueline Anena

    Senior Program Officer, Vaccines and Immunization

  5. Esther Nasikye

    Global Immunization & MNCH Advocacy Lead and Uganda Advocacy & Policy Manager, Uganda

  6. Edson Twesigye

    Project Manager, STAR III Project

  7. Derrick Mimbe

    Infectious Disease Detection and Surveillance (IDDS) Technical Leader

  8. Fiona Walugembe

    Project Director for the Access Collaborative Project

Become a partner with PATH Uganda

Strategic partnerships are at the core of what we do in Uganda. Email us to collaborate, invest, or partner today.