Health equity means the ability for every human being to have access to health services irrespective of their race, skin color, age, sex, nationality, culture or any other physical or social differences.
Frank Ategeka hails from Kibaale District, Uganda. Most recently, he worked as a data supervisor on a reproductive age mortality study at the Baylor College of Medicine Children’s Foundation Uganda, where he had the opportunity to supervise 60 village data collectors and 8 parish data coordinators. Previously, Frank was a community technology access coordinator at Windle Trust Uganda, where he helped 500 refugee youth access ICT services through computer training and internet access services. He was also a data monitoring and evaluation assistant at the Uganda National Council for Science and Technology. In his free time, Frank enjoys watching movies, inspirational speeches, political debates, and soccer. He holds a master’s degree from Uganda Management Institute.