Dr. Angele Musabyimana (MD, MPH)

Angele is a Lecturer at University of Rwanda/College of Medicine and Health Sciences/School of Public Health (UR/CMHS/SPH) in the department of Community Health where she teaches different courses including Qualitative and mixed research methods, community based health interventions, Interpersonal communication and Health, Health Promotion and behavior change and Community development and health. She holds a Bachelor degree in General Medicine (2008) and a Master Degree in Public Health (2013) from former National University of Rwanda. She has completed several in-service trainings including but not limited to “Integrating gender and one health concepts in infectious diseases management”, “Leadership, Management and Governance”, “Introduction to Procurement and Ethics in Procurement”, “Good Governance for Medicines and Quality Assurance of Medicines” as well as “Facilitation of adult group discussion”. She is currently working as Master trainer of Facilitators of Group Antenatal and Postnatal care in Rwanda. Since 2014 she is working with UNFPA in research studies related to family planning.

Angèle’s areas of interest in research include Evaluation of community health interventions and the use of Qualitative research methods in general.