Jennifer Tumusiime

EGPAF Uganda | Knowledge Management Advisor

Jennifer Tumusiime is the Knowledge Management Advisor for EGPAF Uganda. She has over nine years’ experience in Knowledge and Information Management acquired from both public and private institutions. She is passionate about this field and works towards defining it for every organization that she serves. Prior to her current position, she was a Documentation Officer at the Uganda AIDS Commission, where she oversaw operations of the National AIDS Documentation and Information Centre (NADIC) with the aim of improving coordination among all HIV stakeholders in the country.

Prior to this, she worked with Makerere University Library, where she contributed to the automation of library services to increase access to information and research. She has also previously supported the establishment of resource centers for Cavendish University in Uganda and the Forum for Women in Democracy, an NGO that advocates for and promotes gender equality.

Jennifer has served on different technical working groups, including the East African Community Expert Working Group on Knowledge Management; the Monitoring, Evaluation and Research Technical Working Group of the IEC/BCC Committee at the Ministry of Health; and the National HIV Multi-sectoral Monitoring and Evaluation Technical Working Group. She is also a member of the Global Health Knowledge Collaborative Community of Practice.

She is a final student of Masters in Information Science at Makerere University and a holder of a degree in Library and Information Science from the same institute. She also has a certificate in Leadership in Strategic Health Communication from the John Hopkins Center for Communication Programs and a certificate in Knowledge Management in Global Health Programs from the Global Health eLearning Center.