Patricia Wamala – Mucheri is a Program Management Specialist with over 15 years of international development experience leading, planning and implementing health programs, specifically focused on reproductive, maternal, child and adolescent health and Immunisation. She is a technical expert in social policy planning, with a focus on health, education and gender.
A graduate of Social Sector Planning and Management, Patricia has designed and implemented community-based programs, leading to policy change and improved health outcomes for remote and resource-constrained settings.
Patricia is currently the Deputy Country Director of the Clinton Health Access Initiative (CHAI) Uganda office where, as a key member of the senior leadership team, she oversees the integration of program strategy and business operations to deliver on CHAI’s core mission to strengthen health systems. CHAI is a global organization that works rapidly to improve market dynamics for medicines and diagnostics; lower prices for treatment; accelerate access to lifesaving technologies; and supports governments to build the capacity required for high-quality care and treatment programs.