Health equity means eliminating obstacles and barriers to delivering fair opportunities for our communities to achieve the highest quality of healthcare and ultimately enhance each individual's social functioning.
Cinderella Anena was born and raised in Kitgum, Uganda. She holds a master’s degree in global development and gender from the University of Leeds in the United Kingdom and a bachelor's degree in social work and social administration from Makerere University Kampala with first class honors. She has keen a interest in the global political economy. Cinderella's experience includes researching democracy, governance, sexual and reproductive health, HIV/AIDS and projects development. She has worked with Institute for Reproductive Health, Georgetown University, Refugee Law Project, Center for Basic Research, and most recently with the Innovations for Poverty Action, as a senior team leader on an immunization in a northern Uganda project. Before joining GHC, Cinderella supported program development and management at the Irene Gleeson Foundation in post-conflict northern Uganda.