Creation of OCE ‘s Face book page.
World aids commemoration project. The project mobilised over1771 people who got tested for HIV and realised their results. We estimate that the project was able to reach out to 2300 people with HIV&AIDS prevention and treatment Messages. She was corner a stone in the sanitary facilities for Rural schools a project that provide water purifying systems to schools in Lyantonde.
Emily is skilled in health education, health marketing and epidemiology.
Responsible for quality assurance at OCE, Thomas worked in conjunction with Project Assistants, providing technical support and public health related interventions in Lyantonde. He also helped gain public interest and support through utilization of the organization’s website and social media. Thomas has a background in health sciences and holds a Master degree in Public Health.
Website improvement and HIV/AIDS& Road safety project for Boda boda Riders in Lyantonde. Thomas was evacuated due to Covid 19 and the project did not fully realise its targets
Robin virtually supported OCE with project development, organizational strategy, social media posts, and strengthening grant proposals.
Robin recently helped OCE secure a 20,000 US dollar grant through the US Embassy Kampala.
Cynthia “Robin” Rentrope, MPH, MSW, LSW is a current PHI/CDC Global Health Security Fellow stationed in the CDC Global Health Center’s Emergency Rapid Response Branch’s Operations Unit in Atlanta. Her role in the unit includes global program management and monitoring and evaluation, working with international partners and across the CDC to build the capacity of emergency response systems to respond to humanitarian crises and disease outbreaks. As a Mandel Leadership Fellow of Case Western Reserve University (CWRU), Robin earned a dual MPH/MSW and graduate certification in nonprofit management. She has enjoyed working in program management, organizational change and research coordination as a Peace Corps Volunteer for three years in Uganda, East Africa, as a social worker in various human service nonprofits and healthcare systems, and as a co-investigator and supervisor in research labs focused on HIV and trauma at CWRU.
Through these positions, Robin has been deeply involved in adapting, developing and directing initiatives to address social determinants of health, gender-based violence, gender inequities in education and sexual and reproductive health, and social exclusion in HIV prevention and treatment services. She is excited to embark on this new journey through the fellowship to engage and learn with partners across the globe as they build relationships, strategies and tools to strengthen coordinated responses to our world’s most pressing global health challenges. Through this fellowship, she aims to fine-tune her skills in global health operations, gaining expertise in partnership building, strategic planning, and monitoring, evaluation and learning, as well as continue to expand her professional toolkit and network as a change agent to create more equitable and innovative health and social systems.