Emmanuel Kimera, Master of Public Health (MSc) and Bachelor of Science in Education (BSc), is currently a lecturer at Mountains of the Moon University (MMU), Uganda in the Department of Public Health. He teaches occupational health, medical ethics, biological basis of public health, disasters and emergency management, culture as a determinant of health as well as sexual and reproductive health. Previously, he was a teacher in secondary schools in Uganda. He therefore possesses experience and skills on school health programmes.
He has been involved in a number of school health services in secondary schools such as psychosocial services, health education and sanitation. Emmanuel also has research experience and skills, since he has participated in a number of research programs with the World Health Organization, Uganda National Expanded Programme on Immunization, and MMU. He draws on a range of quantitative and qualitative research methods common in the public health discipline and on the medical approach to HIV/AIDS that he has trained in. Currently, Emmanuel is involved in research projects aimed at improving the quality of life of youth living with HIV in Ugandan school communities.