Advocacy Manager, Foundation For Male Engagement Uganda
Dr. Kibirige is a medical doctor by profession, women’s rights activist, sexual reproductive health rights (SRHR) consultant, and master trainer accredited by Makerere School of Public Health. He has over four years of experience advocating for family planning-related programs and inclusive SRHR service provision to all young people. He also advocates for gender equality, women's rights, and quality and affordable health care for young girls and women through meaningful youth participation in national development processes.
Dr. Kibirige is currently the general secretary for the SHE DECIDES Uganda local movement and the alternate steering committee representative for Men Engage Network in Uganda. He is a co-founder of Centre for Young Mothers’ Voices, a local NGO advocating for the rehabilitation and reintegration of teenage mothers back into mainstream social life.
The COVID-19 pandemic has disordered the livelihoods of adolescents and young people across Uganda’s communities in many ways. With the first COVID-19 wave in March 2020 came the adoption of containment measures, such as the ...
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