The Impact of CARTA on my Career

The CARTA fellowship has contributed immensely to my career and academic progression. At the time I was awarded the fellowship, I had only eight (8) publications most of which were published in local journals.  From the period of the fellowship up to this time, the

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The JAS 4 contribution to my doctoral and academic journey

JAS 4 has been a unique experience for me. The lead-in was quite challenging, the questions around scheduling, direction of the COVID pandemic, recovering personally from experiencing COVID, and post-illness sequelae. But there was the motivation of ticking off this final stage, the promise of

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What my PhD accomplishment means: Marie Claire Uwamohoro

On my graduation day, my workmate posted my photo on her social media together with these words which powerfully resonated with my storyline “from CPP (in charge of professional practice) to doctorate level! it is a big journey”. I actually entered the academic world when

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CARTA news: Our January-July newsletter is now out!

In this issue of the semi-annual newsletter, we take an in-depth look at how CARTA adapted to going virtual and local to keep the program moving. We talk to our co-director, Catherine Kyobutungi, about CARTA’s journey during the pandemic, the Program’s foray into the virtual

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The intrigues and rigours of a PhD Journey

For the #CARTA100 series, Alexander Kagaha (Cohort Seven Graduate, Makerere University) starts us off by sharing the interesting story of his PhD journey. Read on.  Getting started It began with an interest in discourses and discursive power and practice and its effects on population health.

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