Mary Ajwang is a public health professional with 10+ years of experience in clinical and community program management in developing country contexts. She has a track record of successfully engaging and leveraging on networks with national multi-sectoral bodies, sub-national level partners (community-based organizations and civil society organizations) and international agencies (USAID, DFID, European Union, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation) to effectively deliver local targeted reproductive, maternal, newborn, adolescent, and child health, as well as gender, HIV, TB and malaria programs to key and high-risk populations.

Mary currently works with the Joint United Nations Programme on HIV and AIDS (UNAIDS), where she contributes to efforts to curb the HIV/AIDS pandemic in Uganda. A certified project management professional (PMP), Mary was recently recognized as one of Uganda’s most influential 40 people under 40 years (2020).

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