Physician; Postgraduate Public Health Student, Bangor University
Ephraim Kisangala is a Ugandan medical doctor with experience providing health care in rural and urban parts of Africa. Through a local organization, he initiated mobile medical outreach programs to rural parts of Uganda while mentoring future professionals in community health care. A Women Deliver Young Leader, Kisangala has contributed to policy documents and programs on reproductive health, menstrual health, and public health and was recently credited for his work on menstrual health by the Duchess of Sussex. He has held several leadership positions, including chairing Africa’s medical students umbrella body while he was a medical student. Kisangala is completing his master’s degree in public health at Bangor University (UK).