Category Archives: Fellows

Capacity Strengthening at Makerere University

Written by: The DHS Program

04 Nov, 2015

By Betty Kwagala Makerere University is one of the oldest Universities in Africa. Over the past 4 years, four teams of DHS Fellows (12 Fellows in all) have been selected from Makerere. Fellows have been drawn from School of Statistics and Planning, College of Business and Management Sciences and School of Public Health, College of Health Sciences. […]

Three Perspectives on the DHS Fellows Program from 2015 Fellows

Written by: The DHS Program

21 Oct, 2015

  The DHS Fellows Program brings participants together to strengthen their individual analytical skills and to sustainably increase their university’s capacity for using DHS data. As this year’s Fellows Program drew to a close we asked three Fellows, Allen Kabagenyi (Makerere University), Simona Joseph Simona (University of Zambia), and Clara Ladi Ejembi (Ahmadu Bello University), […]

A Perspective on the DHS Fellows Program from a 2013 Fellow

Written by: The DHS Program

30 Oct, 2014

By Simon Peter Kibira In 2013, I was a member of a three-person team from Makerere University selected to participate in the DHS Fellows Program along with four other teams from African universities. The DHS Fellows program is designed to increase the capacity of countries to conduct further analysis of DHS data. Over the course […]