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Elizabeth Lule a Ugandan national, is responsible for the overall policy direction and coordination of the Bank’s HIV/AIDS work in Africa and for overseeing the ongoing implementation of its regional HIV/AIDS strategy. She is the manager of ACTafrica, and leads the ACTAfrica team’s efforts to facilitate the implementation of the Multi-Country HIV/AIDS Program (MAP) for Africa. She leads the development of HIV/AIDS partnerships for the Africa Region and serves as the primary contact on HIV/AIDS with UNAIDS, key cosponsors such as UNICEF and WHO, the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, TB, and Malaria, bilateral and multilateral partners, civil society, and the private sector in global and regional fora.
Prior to this, she was the Adviser for Population and Reproductive, Maternal and Child Health in the Human Development Presidency working with different regions in policy development and dialogue, conducting analytical work, capacity building and coordinating with global partnerships, UN agencies, donors and civil society.
Prior to joining the World Bank, Ms. Lule had gained extensive experience in policy and health reforms, program management, design and implementation, monitoring and evaluation as Africa Regional Vice President for Pathfinder International. She worked with USAID and the Ministry of Health in Nigeria to oversee its health, nutrition and population program and with Family Health Services. She has taught Statistics and Demography.
She completed her graduate studies at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and London School of Economics in Medical Demography and Epidemiology.
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