Tag Archives: Uganda

Pioneer Dalai Lama Fellow Introducing Population, Health and Environment Concept in Schools

By Joseph Byonanebye
June 28, 2012

In June 2012, Joseph Byonanebye, a 2009 MPH graduate from St. George’s University, completed a Dalai Lama Fellowship (DLF) in California (US). He is among the pioneer DLF fellows who have been trained in California and implemented projects in different countries. Joseph chose to work in his home country Uganda, under his umbrella organization, where […]

Advocating for Integrated Population, Health And Environment Approaches in Uganda

By Joseph Byonanebye, MPH
September 6, 2011

As public health graduate of the prestigious St. George’s University, it is so exciting for me to use the skills obtained from the MPH program to actively advocate for an integrated population, health and environment approach. This is part of public health promotion in Uganda, a country whose population growth rate is at about 3.3% […]