Cadre: Disease Prevention and Treatment (DPT)

Created: 5-Aug-2015

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This forum is for Disease Prevention and Treatment cadre members to discuss DPT project planning and implementation, and for Rotarians to seek DPT expertise. 

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Discussion Group Moderators (January - June 2018)

Marion Natukunda-Tumusiime | Rotary Club of Kiwatule, Uganda | District 9211
Marion Natukunda currently serves as the Program Manager for the Malaria Consortium Uganda, whose mission to ensure that Ugandans sleep under a treated mosquito net with special focus on pregnant mothers and children under 5 years. Marion is a passionate professional with strong background in advocating for maternal and child health services. Her specific research and advocacy areas are in eliminating mother-to-child transmission of HIV and Tuberculosis in children and adolescents.

PDG Dr. John Philip | Rotary Club of Newbury, England | District 1040
PDG Dr. John Philip, MD is a retired surgeon and Chair of the International
Fellowship of Rotarian Doctors. As a cancer specialist, he previously served as a hospital consultant in charge of a large cancer screening program. His area of focus includes early detection of disease, breast cancer, child mortality. He is also interested in quality systems and clinical governance in health provisions.

Languages: 
Portuguese, Spanish, French, English
Categories: 
Areas of Focus - Fighting Disease, Grants, Projects
Tags: 
cadre, Disease Prevention and Treatment, DPT, disease, prevention, treatment, Global grants