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Sam Wambugu

Health Informatics Advisor

Mr Wambugu has 15 years expertise in health informatics and health management information systems working in low and middle income countries. He leads the health informatics portfolio of the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID)-funded MEASURE Evaluation global project.

Mr. Wambugu has worked in over 10 countries sub-Saharan Africa, and USA. He has been a member of several multi-agency donor organizations, government and private sector representatives. In Kenya and Ghana, separately, he has served for five years as a member of national coordinating committees on HIV comprising the World Bank, US government and UN agencies. Mr. Wambugu has published several peer-reviewed articles, and is a peer-reviewer for two international health journals.

He holds a Master’s degree in Public Health. He is a certified Project Management Professional, certified Microsoft Professional Systems Engineer, Certified Microsoft Database Administrator, and Toastmasters International’s Competent Communicator.

Resources by Sam Wambugu
Reports & Research
Ensuring Swaziland HIV Patients Receive Secure, Complete Care Through Better Health Information Systems