David Nuwamanya is a worldwide international mentor in health systems Leadership, Management and Governance under World Health Organization (WHO)/ African Medical and Research Foundation (AMREF).
A result-oriented Administrator with 24 years of experience in the Public-Sector Management, He has good interpersonal and analytical skills. He holds a Master’s degree in Public Administration and Management, and a Bachelor’s degree in Social Sciences majoring in Public and Social Administration plus a number of other professional qualifications.
David has been a Hospital Administrator under the Ministry of Health since 1996 rising through accelerated promotion to the level of Principal Hospital Administrator in 2007. He is currently the Principal administrator of Mulago National Referral Hospital.
In 2007 he was assigned as a Project Focal Person for the Rehabilitation and Remodeling of Masaka Hospital where he achieved 100% of the Project targets which included Construction of New Outpatient and theatre blocks; training staff in various fields; and equipping of the Hospital.
As an Administrator, David has been involved in a number of projects under the Health Sector. In 2000 under Masaka Hospital he was a member of the team that wrote a proposal to the American Health Care foundation for the treatment of HIV patients on free ARVs which later developed into the Uganda Cares Project in Uganda. Uganda Cares is currently among the biggest Non-Governmental Organizations offering free treatment to HIV patients.
In 2013 he was assigned the Project Focal Person for the African Development Bank-funded Project for Improvement of Health Services Delivery in Mulago and the City of Kampala Project (MKCCAP). The key components in this project were Rehabilitation, Remodeling and equipping of Mulago National Referral Hospital; Training of Health Workers, Improvement of systems through the Integrated Health Management Systems.
In 2014 he was also assigned by the Ministry of Health to coordinate the Project of Strengthening Maternal and Neonatal Services Project (SMNUP) funded by the Islamic Development Bank. This was responsible for the Construction of the Mulago National Specialised Women and Neonatal Hospital including equipping of the facility as well as training of the Health Workers.
Through the execution of duties of a Hospital Administrator and Management of these projects He has acquired skills in Management, Monitoring and Evaluation; Human Resource and Financial Management; Customer Care and Public Relations, Report writing, team leadership and support.