Annet is a Senior Program Manager at the MGH-MUST Global Health Collaborative in Uganda. Annet Joined the program in 2006 as a Project Assistant mainly helping the Program Director implement the expanding program. Because of her professionalism and ability to grasp programs very fast, Annet rose to the rank of the first project coordinator for the Program in 2007, to the GHC program Coordinator in 2016, to the program Manager in 2017 and to the Senior Program Manager in 2018 to present.
Ms. Kembabazi has over 10 years’ experience of project management and clinical research coordination in resource limited setting (Mbarara-Uganda). She also coordinated the Uganda Aids Rural Treatment outcomes (UARTO) Study; the longest longitudinal study that the program has had and managed over 25 staff under this project. She also helped start the Measuring Early Treatment Adherence (META) project which currently has over 95% participant rendition and have trained several staff members and international visitors on how to carry out research in Mbarara.
Annet completed a degree in education majoring in Economics and Religious studies from Makerere University in 2002. She also completed a post graduate diploma in Project Planning and Management in 2008 from Mbarara University of Science and Technology and, A master’s degree in Educational Psychology from Mbarara University in 2016. Annet has vast experiencing working with both national and international collaborators for the GHC.