Professor Nambatya Nsubuga is the Africa Regional Director at TIP Global Health. In this role, she leads the execution of TIP Global Health’s strategy in Rwanda while deepening national and regional partnerships across the continent of Africa. She utilizes her deep expertise in global public health to support TIP Global Health’s mission of achieving lasting improvements in health outcomes in resource-limited settings through its effective model for strong community-driven primary health care systems that place frontline health workers and the community members they serve at the center. TIP works alongside frontline health workers across the entire primary care delivery spectrum to ensure a cohesive and effective local health ecosystem. TIP created a digital health platform called E-Heza Data Solutions to rapidly accelerate our effective primary care delivery model. Dr. Nambatya Nsubuga leads the scale-up of E-Heza in Rwanda and Burundi in close partnership with the governments of both countries.
As TIP Global Health’s Africa Regional Director, Dr. Nambatya Nsubuga serves as a technical advisor to Africa Center for Disease Control (CDC) as they continue rolling out the Partnership for Accelerating COVID-19 Testing (PACT) on the Continent. In addition, she strengthens partnerships with key regional partners such as The Global Fund Africa Bureau, UNICEF Africa Regional Office, WHO Africa Regional Office, and partners.