Bob Mwiinga Munyati
Research Degree Student
Bob Mwiinga Munyati is a research degree student in the Department of Global Health and Development.
Bob has a work career spanning over 14 years in various research and programmatic portfolios in public health at national, African-regional and global levels. He has previously worked for Upstream2Health, Clinton Health Initiative Access, Population Services International (PSI), mothers2mothers, UNFPA, Centres for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and FHI 360.
Bob has also served on various advisory boards and committees that focused on sexual and reproductive health and rights. These boards and committees include the SRHR Africa Trust (SAT), Right Here Right Now (RHRN)/Rutgers consortium, African Union's MNCH Task Force, and the International Partnership for Microbicides (IPM) Dapvirine Ring Access Advisory Committee.
Bob has a Masters in Public Health from the University of Cape Town and an undergrad degree in Demography from the University of Zambia.