Heath equity means that even the most marginalized can help themselves if people are empowered to address inequalities within the various influences that shape their health.
Martha Nabadda hails from Kampala, Uganda. She is a passionate promoter of the Masaba Community Care Program in the Busia district, a rural health community-based organization she co-founded. Martha is a Commonwealth Scholarship awardee with a Master of Public Health from the University of Liverpool. She received a post-graduate qualification in Applied Clinical Research and Evidence-Based Medicine and was recognized for her outstanding effort toward her bachelor’s degree in Nursing Science by The Gretta Foundation. Prior to joining GHC, Martha did a rotation in clinical settings at Mulago National Referral Hospital under the National Medical Internship Program before committing herself to rural health programs. Through her work in rural health programs, Nicole engaged a small team in health education initiatives aimed at building stronger grassroots communities in Eastern Uganda. In her free time, Martha enjoys dancing and finding tranquility by escaping the hustle and bustle of Kampala city and gazing at nature in the wild.