Theogene Uwizeyimana

Research Officer, GHC fellow 2021-22

Theogene Uwizeyimana is a global health research enthusiast with a strong interest in the availability of health data to learners and policymakers. Theogene worked as a research volunteer at Global Health Focus (GHF), which is an organization that seeks to achieve Health for All through capacity building of practitioners in global health, particularly in developing countries, and he led and contributed to a number of research publications that resulted from the Africa COVID-19 Research and Publication Project. Additionally, Theogene has also worked in the area of the pharmaceutical supply chain, where he worked with Zipline, which is a company that delivers emergency medical products to healthcare facilities using drones, and he contributed to packaging SOPs and medical product
validation. He has made eight publications in peer-reviewed journals and two articles with The New Times. Theogene holds a bachelor’s degree in Pharmacy and is currently an MPH student at Mount Kenya University Rwanda. In his free time, Theogene enjoys exchanging ideas with people, watching movies, and listening to music.