Ms. Shitindo is an experienced professional who is dedicated to creating positive social change. With over 17 years of progressive management experience, she has successfully planned, monitored, evaluated, structured, led, and executed high-impact projects and programs in health, community, youth, and children intervention programs. She is passionate about community development, human rights, human dignity, ethics/bioethics, and health research conduct. Ms. Shitindo has strong technical skills in program design, proposal development, program implementation, strategy development, and donor management. Currently, she is a PhD fellow focused on evaluating the health research ethics review systems in East and West Africa to improve their effectiveness and efficiency. Her research is partially funded by the UNIZAR project BCA-WA-ETHICS II CSA-2020-ERC3079, which is funded by the European Union. Additionally, she is the main founder of the Africa Bioethics Network, which collaborates with individuals and organizations across Africa to enhance bioethical practices on the continent.
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