Customer Care Job at IAA in Uganda

Job Title : CLIENT RELATIONS MANAGER

REPORTS TO : DIRECTOR BUSINESS SERVICES

INTERFACES WITH : CLIENTS, SALES & MARKETING OPERATIONS (IHK & IAA CLINICS), CLINICAL DIRECTORATE,
NURSING DIRECTORATE, IHK OPERATIONS, IMG CONSTRUCTION ETC

OVERALL JOB PURPOSE
To support IMG patients and employees by facilitating the communications process between clients and providers
of care through feedback, taking into account a broad spectrum of professional disciplines, socioeconomic and
cultural perspectives within which care is provided.

JOB REQUIREMENTS
1. Excellent verbal and written communications skills in two or more languages.
2. Computer and Microsoft proficiency.
3. Exemplary interpersonal skills and ability to interact with individuals and groups in a wide variety of
situations.
4. Must be detail oriented and follow through with requests/complaints/action plans
5. At least 3 years of customer care experience is required.
6. Medical terminology knowledge required—may go through current available module from the nursing
department.
7. Self-organization and ability to prioritize issues
8. First degree in related field – Business, Marketing, Health services Management, Social Sciences.
KEY PERFORMANCE INDICATORS
1. Assess every patient complaint (investigate) including closing of complaints in a timely manner
2. Develop, implement and participate in customer service and patient relations initiatives related to
IMG and its centers.
3. Provide weekly accountability and variance analysis of noted Customer Service Outcomes (both
internal and external) to assigned Clinical Service Unit(s).
4. Provide feedback to IAA corporate and personal cover clients, with regard to regular updates, and
management of client issues.
5. Provide monthly analysis of customer satisfaction levels, trends and recommendations.
6. Develop and strengthen the IAA communication strategy – Toll free line, SMS platform, Monthly
newsletter, Health tips, IAA client data base and emails
7. Coordinate, collate and analyze annual Customer satisfaction survey with relevant units,
8. Mange the Health education program
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SPECIFIC JOB RESPONSIBILITIES
1. To ensure all customer complaints or queries are followed through to resolution, and that their
progress is tracked, categorizing them such that you deal with issues that are either urgent and
must be dealt with immediately or can be reported to your line manager(s) as agreed. You need to
plan, resolve, and document and report organization-specific patient and visitor compliments/
complaints, and concerns to management and staff. These must be broken down into urgent plan of
action on issues affecting patient safety; basically clinical and non-clinical complaints.
2. To visit IAA, IMC clinics twice a week per clinic, with 2x Saturday visits per month and 1x Sunday
visit.
3. To undertake supervision of daily ward rounds covering IPD1, IPD2 and Hope Ward
4. To undertake the supervision of OPD management regard: to client complaints, service availability,
liaison with specialists etc
5. To coordinate the annual Customer satisfaction surveys , that involves:
a. Survey plan
b. Preparation of tools
c. Distribution and collection of data
d. Analysis of data - Accurate analysis of data to outlining customer profiles, trends and patterns
so as to inform decision-making and interventions
e. Dissemination of feedback to relevant parties; including recommendations
6. Follow through on proposed recommendations and undertake quarterly customer survey reports and
subsequent reporting to Director Business services
7. To present a daily report to the Director Business services, IHK Operations Manager, Nursing and
Clinical Directorate regarding issues of the day. This will require documentation of patient/visitor
concerns including patient demographic data, synopsis of incident, actions taken to resolve, and
outcome.
8. To present a weekly report covering all work, presented it on template agreed with Director
Business services
9. To coordinate and chair weekly customer care meetings; coordinate bi-weekly meetings with the
Director Business Services
10. To adhere to IMG behavioral policy e.g. time and attendance, punctuality, professionalism,
accountability for work, etc
11. To present monthly report on overall Customer satisfaction indices, including a quarterly report as
per agreed outline to Director Business Services
12. Assist staff in identifying appropriate translators for patients who are unable to speak the common
languages
13. Oversee the coordination of printing, availability and dissemination of health leaflets and other
patient information at service points within in IMG
14. Provide leadership in maintaining standards of patient care by giving prompt feedback to staff
regarding short falls in our service or compliments that require recognition
15. Facilitate resolution of complaints/grievances/requests for Patients & Visitors for assigned Clinical
Service Units.
16. Respond to suggestions and compliments submitted by patients and provide positive reinforcement
to involved staff.
17. Ensure patients are aware of their rights and responsibilities (Patient Bill Of Rights).
18. Support company policies to patients as may be required so as to resolve client concerns/
complaints
19. Develop, with support from the clinical directorate and clinical operations, a Resolve Concern
System (RCS) database.
20. Compose letters or e-mails to patients, visitors, or IMG Health System physicians, management,
ensuring content and grammatical accuracy.
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21. Coordinate interventions/services with other customer service and patient relations department
e.g. IAA, Quality Assurance, HR, etc
22. Collaborate with unit leadership to meet customer service and clinical quality outcomes for the
customer service overall objectives for IMG.
23. Identify systems related problems, via patient/visitor surveys, and work collaboratively with
physicians, management, and staff to resolve them.
24. Conduct monthly and quarterly accountability and variance analysis of customer service outcomes.
25. Analyze complaint/grievance data and collaborate with necessary personnel/staff on a monthly
basis.
26. Give structured customer feedback to the Clinical departmental managers on agreed CME sessions
27. Assist in the preparation of annual and quarterly executive reports for senior management; present
data to leadership teams.
28. Develop a consultant relationship with assigned clinics/units to build and sustain a
patient/customer-focused culture.
29. Lead Customer Service Training for staff on assigned issues
30. Participate on committees, work groups, and/or process improvement teams that improve
patient/customer satisfaction—e.g. the infection control team, or the interdisciplinary teams etc
31. Serve as a resource to answer questions regarding patient services, benefit outline, billing, IAA
packages or other.
32. Develop a database of all corporate, personal and Family cover clients: taking into consideration
addresses (physical, email, postal), telephone contacts, renewal dates, updates on covers and be
the liaison with regard to their needs, in liaison with Administrative Services Manager and Sales
Manager
33. Perform other related duties incidental to the work described herein.

KEY RESULT AREAS
Hours of work: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. except for weekend rounds (flexi-time here) or when following through
issues that may require to go beyond agreed hours or come in earlier
Communication:
You are required to submit schedules for authorization and information to line manager(s)
Communicate to line manager(s) when off site
Visibility: Engage with clients and develop rapport by conducting daily ward rounds inclusive of OPD area.
Be a key link with the IMC’s practice managers to address their customer issues.
Complaint management: Ensure that all client complaints are managed and closed in a timely manner
Knowledgeable: Have sound knowledge of the IAA Health care products, exclusions and restrictions,
including the systems and policies for IHK and IMC clinics, and be able to communicate these appropriately
to clients.
SYSTEMS/ TECHNOLOGY
Computer use especially MS office and Navision, where necessary

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PHYSICAL, MENTAL, EMOTIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL DEMANDS OF THE JOB
You may occasionally deal with difficult and at times angry/ aggressive clients or members of the public by
telephone or in person.
Travelling, where necessary

FUNCTIONAL STATEMENT
The Environment
The post holder may be required to spend long periods walking around the wards, OPD patient areas
including visits to various departments in the organisation. The post holder will also be expected to spend
time working at a keyboard. Frequent interruptions will be experienced necessitating the reprioritizing of
duties.
To ensure that all statutory requirements outlined in the IMG handbook and code of professional conduct
and policies are personally adhered to.

How to Apply
Deliver/post your CV and applications by Friday 20th, May 2011 to;

The Human Resource Manager
International Air Ambulance
(at International Hospital Kampala)
Plot 4686, Kisugu- Namuwongo
Po Box 8177, Kampala

Data Analyst Job at International Air Ambulance

POSITION : DATA ANALYST

REPORTS TO : DIRECTOR BUSINESS SERVICES


Data analysis and development of methodologies with respect to client trends including demographic
data, financial and patient care, disease profile etc
Providing strategic and tactical support to the company by analyzing and interpreting the data to
provide creative solutions and effective data management including development and designing of
databases.
Risk Management ;-Examine the company’s risk liability by keeping and maintaining a data analysis of
Client information highlighting potential risk areas including product reviews
Responsible for monitoring and evaluating customer retention data using data and modelling techniques
for all IAA clients including data models to identify patterns and trends, and deploy predictive models
based on findings
To give support to the Data base including data entry

JOB REQUIREMENTS
1. Excellent communication skills
2. Proficiency with basic statistical concepts (regression analysis, factor analysis, significance
testing, etc.)
3. Proficiency with analytical tools and knowledge of data analysis
4. Proficiency and demonstrated experience with use of EXCEL and data analysis
systems/methodologies
5. Demonstrated experience in analysis and presentation of required data
6. Experience working with a variety of information systems and data files
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Specific
Ability to multitask
Problem solving skills
Good presentation skills
Ability to communicate and market data and information
Ability to work independently
Business awareness and numerical awareness
Ability to gather and interpret data and information
Demonstrate ability to paying attention to detail
Demonstrate maturity at the job
Ability to work under pressure
Ability to work productively within a team
Have a creative, proactive and practical approach to your work
Have a high degree of flexibility
GENERAL PERFORMANCE INDICATORS
1. Maintenance of accurate individual client data profile.
2. Timely reports as required (weekly, monthly and annual)
3. Maintenance of an updated diseases profile for all IAA clients and quarterly trend analysis
4. Meaningful interpretation of data including presentation of findings and advice on financial risk
to Senior Management Team on a quarterly basis.
5. Together with the Administrative Services Manager, regularly interface with specialists and
doctors for risk assessment of products
6. Quarterly product review meeting purposely to point out client trends and risks and advise on
product packaging.
7. Regular Client meetings to address specific areas of concern in respect the disease profiles.

GENERAL JOB RESPONSIBILITIES
1. Data analysis with respect to client trends, demographics, and disease profiling
2. Examine the company’s risk liability and assist in risk management by keeping and maintaining
a data analysis of Client information highlighting potential risk areas with specific interventions
including product reviews.
3. Develop and design databases that incorporate client demographics, trends, benefits
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4. Maintaining diseases profiles per company and submit reports on a quarterly basis
5. Using available data to anticipate competitor dynamics in developing and implementing
strategies to optimize business results thereby contributing to client retention and growth targets
while mitigating risk
6. In charge of advising on product content that meet various client needs including variable
pricing model while still maintaining the company’s profitability
7. To provide support to data entry processes

SPECIFIC JOB RESPONSIBILITIES
1. To have excellent knowledge of the Navision system.
2. Ensuring accurate data analysis and reliable client data, including data extraction, storage,
manipulation, processing and analysis.
3. Responsible for the extraction of relevant qualitative and quantitative data with analysis and
representation of the data through reports to senior management
4. Responsible for collecting and collating appropriate data for usage in databases and conducting
related research.
5. Participating in ongoing decisions concerning data collections, study design, methodology, and
data analysis.
6. Improve upon existing data, capture, storage and reporting processes.
7. Discussing business intelligence needs or information with the sales team vis a’ vis market trends
and competitor dynamics.
8. Responsible for administration, database design/development, security, and maintenance.
9. Responsible for taking client data and transforming it into timely reports that will be used for
decision making.
10. Coding accurately variables from original information or data and completing statistical analyses
as required.
11. Preparing and making presentations, monitoring and maintaining the quality nature of database
systems.
12. Analyzing data with standard statistical methods, interpreting the results, and providing written
summary of data analyses.
13. Sharing the knowledge of analysis techniques and data coding with other staff.
14. Analysis of data identifying and evaluating risks associated with any client and suggest solutions
to minimise risks on a quarterly basis
15. Analyze internal processes and recommend and implement procedural or policy changes to
improve data capture and processing
16. Maintaining the disease profile record for each client and giving quarterly reports to both the
client and internal clients.
17. Creating standardized and specialized reports as requested by Senior Management, monitoring
and detecting any adverse Client trends, and analyzing these trends to formulate
recommendations for improving IAA customer retention including variable pricing.
18. To give a supporting role in the performance management of the Administration and Database
Departments.

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SYSTEMS/ TECHNOLOGY
Proficiency in the to us MS office applications
Knowledge and ability to use Navision

PHYSICAL, MENTAL, EMOTIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL DEMANDS OF THE JOB
You may occasionally deal with difficult and at times angry/ aggressive clients or members of the public
by telephone or in person.
You may occasionally be asked to work beyond the stipulated working hours
You will be required at all times to pay attention to detail.
Travelling, where necessary

FUNCTIONAL STATEMENT
The Environment
The post holder may be required to spend long period’s at the keyboard. Long periods of concentration
may be required when entering data and cleaning up the database.
Frequent interruptions will be experienced necessitating the reprioritising of duties.
To ensure that all statutory requirements outlined in the IMG handbook and code of professional conduct
and policies are personally adhered to.

Working hours
The official working hours will be a minimum of 45 hours per week as per IMG policy but the position will
require you to be flexible occasionally including weekend cover.

How to Apply
Deliver/post your CV and applications by Friday 20th, May 2011 to;

The Human Resource Manager
International Air Ambulance
(at International Hospital Kampala)
Plot 4686, Kisugu- Namuwongo
Po Box 8177, Kampala

Jobs at IAA Uganda- HR Officer

Job Title: HR Officer

DUTY STATION : IHK, Kisugu Namuwongo

DEPARTMENT : Human Resource

POSITION : HR Officer

REPORTS TO : Human Resource Manager

INTERFACES WITH : Staff, Managers, Clients

OVERALL JOB PURPOSE
Support the Human Resource Manager in the effective management of the HR function in IMG;
including guiding the team members on HR procedures

JOB REQUIREMENTS
GENERAL
An analytical, problem-solving and creative work approach
Good and demonstrable understanding of IMG values, vision and strategy
Good Analytical communication (verbal & written) and interpersonal skills
Ability to multi-task and deal with diverse responsibilities
Good and demonstrable leadership skills
Computer literacy especially MS Office
SPECIFIC
Good and demonstrable understanding of IMG HR strategy and policies
A university degree in Administration, Management or Social Sciences
A qualification in HRM, preferred

GENERAL PERFORMANCE INDICATORS
1. Regular staff satisfaction surveys, minimum – once a year
2. Regular exit interview feedback report once a year
3. Timely intervention for issues raised in the departments
4. Timely reference calls
GENERAL JOB RESPONSIBILITIES
1. Participate in the recruitment, placement and performance management of staff.
2. Be accountable and supervise adherence of staff to minimum standards; which include but not
limited to:
a. Health & Safety, Infection Control, Waste Management
b. ISO/QA standards
3. Support the Learning and Development Advisor in the identification of training needs and
implement agreed training interventions
4. Communicate overall IMG or IHK goals and apply them to staff

SPECIFIC JOB RESPONSIBILITIES
1. Be available to contribute to overall HR activities as may be needed from time to time
2. Attend department staff meetings within IHK once a month or as need arises with the aim of
addressing HR concerns, and follow up as required with relevant managers
3. Report to HR Manager or Director on matters concerning the staff
4. Provide HR support and advice to managers/ supervisors e.g. on policy, disciplinary guidelines,
benefits, etc
5. Represent HR for disciplinary issues in the departments; following through on issues arising and
ensuring that appropriate interventions are implemented promptly and according to agreed
policies and guidelines
6. Advise management on policy matters or intervention as may be needed
7. Attend to staff grievances.
8. Translate HR policy to managers and employees; ensuring that any misconceptions are ironed
out and relaying any concerns regarding policy as may be needed
9. Carrying out exit interviews and giving regular, timely feedback to management and participating
in improvement actions as needed
10. Be responsible for employee satisfaction survey analysis of data and reporting; including staff
feedback from the Staff Feedback Box
11. Carrying out reference checks for possible staff before initial job offer and documenting them
accordingly
12. Take responsibility of quality assurance issues and ensure corrective action is taken and
documented accordingly
13. Perform any other duties as may be appropriate in your role
SYSTEMS/ TECHNOLOGY
MS office
Faxing and telephony
PHYSICAL, MENTAL, EMOTIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL DEMANDS OF THE JOB
This is a role that requires you to strike a good balance between enforcing policy on behalf of the
organisation and acting as a mentor, leader or advocate for employees.
You will be required to deal with complex situations that require objectivity, openness, courage and
assertiveness.
You may be required to deal with emotional situations, sometimes, involving anger or distress.
You may be required to work beyond normal working hours/ days, especially when special projects
are happening.

FUNCTIONAL STATEMENT
KEY RESULT AREAS FOR- HRO
Organizing/Coordination of Interviews:
• Timely invitation of candidates
• Liaising with relevant heads of department for the interview
• Filing of interview records including keep on files,
• Interviews carried out as per agreed protocol
Reference Checks:
• Carrying out reference checks for all selected applicants before job offer/feedback to candidate
• Linking feedback given to final job offer in liaison with the interview panel
• Record of checks in the personal files
Staff orientation:
• Preparation of orientation schedules
• Communication accordingly to all stakeholders
• Preparation of packs and other information for new staff (kindly inform/ advise on what packs)
Post induction reviews
• Carrying out post- induction reviews
• Follow up on action required
• Give timely feedback required to the supervisors
• Document decisions made and actions taken
Appraisals: (kindly take me through this process so I can find my bearing)
• Yearly appraisal calendars submitted by December 20th Ensure that general staff appraisals are carried out
• Formulating relevant appraisal timetables/calendar for all departments
• Supporting managers to conduct appraisals or reminders according to schedule
• Post appraisal feedback given not later than 2 weeks after appraisal; including improvement areas, key strengths,
considerations for training and career path and personal development plans
• Ensuring that signed appraisal summary reports are received in the HR office
• Writing letters of confirmation for new entrants
Attending Department Meetings:
• Organise HR contact meetings with HODs
• Addressing HR concerns through contact meetings, etc
• Timely follow up as required
• Provide support & advice to managers/staff on policies accordingly
Representing HR
• Handling disciplinary issues and ensuring appropriate interventions
• Advise management on policy matters/interventions
• Attend to staff grievances
• Translating HR policies to managers & employees to iron out misconceptions
Exit Interviews:
• Conducting exit interviews
• Giving regular & timely feedback to management
• Participating in improvement actions as needed
• Analytical report done mid year (submitted by July 5th) and December submitted by January 5th
• Follow up on improvement areas
Employee Satisfaction Survey:
• Done once a year -September
• Analysis of data and report on record
• Include feedback from staff feedback box
• Action points followed through
• Staff understanding and participation (sensitization)
Preparing and booking venues for HR activities:
• Meetings
• Interviews
• Training
• Orientation sessions
• Managers’ forums
• Staff workshops
Quarterly report submitted by the 5th of the next month (does the quarterly report include a summary of all the activities
carried out in the period or are there any specifics- is it 5th March or 5th April)

How to Apply
Deliver/post your CV and applications by Friday 20th, May 2011 to;

The Human Resource Manager
International Air Ambulance
(at International Hospital Kampala)
Plot 4686, Kisugu- Namuwongo
Po Box 8177, Kampala

Makerere University Government Scholarships Cut Off Points 2011/2012

Cut off points for Public Universities
Makerere

Course 2011 Points
Science Horticulture 35.3
Science fisheries and Aquaculture 34
Scie. Conservation forestry & products Tech. 41.9
Social & Entrepreneurial Forestry 37.9
Agricultural land use and Mgt 39.5
Laws 54.9
Information Technology 51.2
Arts in development Economics 51.8
Arts in Economics 45.1
Industrial & Organization Psychology 52.8
Community Psychology 52.6
Scie. Population studies 53.7
Library and information science (science) 47.5
Library and information science ( arts) 52.9
Records & Archives Mgt (Scie.) 47.5
Records & Archives Mgt (Arts) 52.9
Sports Science 52.4
Animal production technology & Mgt 42.8
Industrial and fine Arts 45.3
Arts with Educ. –Literature 52.3
Arts with Educ. –Kiswahili 51.6
Arts with Educ. –French 50.3
Arts with Educ. –German 50.6
Arts in Drama 52
Arts in Music 53.1
Pharmacy 48.3
Medicine and Bachelor Surgery 47.2
Dental Surgery 45.3
Nursing (Female) 42.7
Nursing (Male) 44.4
Scie. Medical Radiography 41.6
Environmental Health science 44.2
Biomedical laboratory technology 45
Scie. Electrical Engineering 52
Scie. Telecommunications Eng. 49
Scie. Civil Eng. 49.8
Scie. Food scie and technology 43
Architecture 50.9
Scie. Mechanical Eng. 48.6
Scie. Software Eng. 51.1
Scie. Quantity survey 51
Computer scie. 48.4
Scie. Surveying 48.3
Science agricultural Eng. 44.8
Scie. Industrial chemistry 44.7
Scie. Land economics 48
Scie. Constructions Mgt 48.2
Statistics 39.4
Scie. Quantitative economics 51.9
Scie. Actuarial Scie. 44.9
Commerce 50.5
Information systems 51
Veterinary medicine 42.6
Agribusiness mgt 47.1
Scie agriculture 39.6
Scie.s in wildlife and health mgt 40.6
Scie. Economics 44.9
Scie. Physical 44.5
Scie.Biological 35.9
Scie.with Educ –physical 40.9
Scie. with Educ –Economics 40
Science with Educ – Biology 35.5
Scie. business statistics 51
Scie. conservation Biology 41.3
Environment scie. 41.3

Ugandan University Admissions

Admission to Higher Education
The higher education admissions process takes place in two states. First, all students who wish to be considered for admission under government sponsorship to public universities fill out the Public Universities Joint Admissions Board (PUJAB) application form and rank their top 6 choices of degree programs at public universities and 4 choices of diploma programs at other public tertiary institutions.

The minimum qualification for entry into Makerere and other public universities is 2 principal passes on the UACE. However, to earn a government scholarship students need to be outstanding. Most students will sit for either three or four subjects in their area of study (arts or sciences). Their scores on the various subjects are then weighted based on the requirement of individual programs within faculties, and the top-scoring students are admitted.



The cut-off point for admission into a particular program is determined by the lowest score of the last person accepted into that program. For example, if the Faculty of Law can take only 50 government-sponsored students, it ranks the applicants according to their weighted scores, and takes the top 50.



The weighted score of the 50th student becomes the cut-off point for Law for that year. Very popular programs like Medicine, Dentistry, and Architecture have high cutoff points, while Law, Mass Communication, and Social Work and Social Administration have lower cut-offs. Affirmative action policies, which add additional 1.5-4 points to a student’s scores, are in place for women, applicants with disabilities, talented athletes, and the children of Makerere employees1.



Following the PUJAB admissions stage, there is a second stage, this time for private admission. Whereas the Private Entry Scheme (PES) was started at Makerere, all public universities now have similar programs. Students who do not get a government scholarship are invited to put in applications under the PES.



Some students who get government scholarships for a program that was not their first choice reapply under PES. The private admission selection process is similar to the PUJAB process, and public universities do the admissions jointly. At Makerere, where programs are offered during the day and evenings, the higher performing students are put in the day programs, where they study together with the publicly-sponsored students.

How to get a Madhvani Foundation scholarship in Uganda

Introduction

The Madhvani Foundation scholarship scheme is open to all Ugandans who meet the criteria set out by the board. The selection of the recipients is based on a number of factors, including the academic performance of the candidates in the first year (CGPA) for undergraduates, the class of degree held for graduate students, the age and character of the candidate, the financial status of the student or their parents/guardians and the nature of academic references provided.

All candidates for the scholarships are put through a rigorous but transparent selection process designed to ensure that they are truly deserving of the award.
After all the initial applications are received, the Foundation’s education selection subcommittee sits and shortlists candidates who have met all the criteria and appear to have a genuine need for assistance, these candidates are then given appointments for face to face interviews. What the panel looks for in these interviews is to get to know the candidate better and ensure that the person has been truthful with the information presented.

The committee then sits once again and drafts a final list of awardees based on the results of the interviews and the funds available

For more information
http://madhvanifoundation.com/

Madhvani Foundation Scholarships- List of Postgraduate Applicants Awarded scholarships 2010-11

List of Postgraduate Applicants
Awarded scholarships 2010-11


NAME
1 BARUNGI JULIAN
2 SSEBUGWAWO ATHANASIUS
3 KIWANUKA FRANK
4 ISABIRYE NATHAN
5 PULEH STEVEN SEAN
6 ADYEDO CHRISTINE
7 OKELLO MICHAEL
8 BAGASHA PEACE
9 OYANG BERNARD
S/NO. NAME
10 NSIBAMBI THOMAS
S/NO. NAME
11 MBOGO GEORGE WILLIAMS
12 NANKOBERANYI SHEILA
13 LUMALA BASHIR AHMED
14 OPOKE ROBERT
15 TEKKARA ALLAN OBONYOM

Madhvani Foundation Scholarships- List of Undergraduate Applicants Awarded Scholarships for 2010/11

LIST OF UNDERGRADUATE APPLICANTS
AWARDED SCHOLARSHIPS FOR 2010/11


OKONGO PETER
2 SSEBAGALA IVAN

3 SITENDA TONNEY
4 NIMUSIIMA MERCY
5 MUMBERE JOHN
6 EKWARO SIMON
7 TURYAHARIWE DEUS
8 KYEBOGOLA STEWART
9 ALUNGAT RECHO
10 NTUYENABO BERNARD
11 GYAGENDA ALEX
12 APIO JOYCE
13 NAKINTU RUTH
14 NAKINTU DOREEN
15 MATOVU HENRY
16 NGOLOBE EMMANUEL
17 MASOLAKI EZELA
18 EMWOGU THOMAS
19 NONYA AMBROSE
20 KANSIIME JUDITH
21 NAKATTE RUTH
22 KATO HENRY
23 NYEKO DOMINIC

24 MWESIGE STEVEN
25 WAAKO JOSEPH
26 NANGULU CAROLINE
27 CYMPAYE REHEMA
S/NO NAME
28 KABOYE RONALD
29 MANDE SULATI
30 IFUBA IVAN
31 KIWANA DERRICK
32 MWOMBI PAUL


33 SSEMBOGA IVAN
34 TUGUME STEPHEN
35 NUCUNGUZI HERBERT
36 TUMWINE GEORGE
S/NO NAME
37 NDYAMUHAKI RICHARD
38 ARINEITWE FORTUNATE

39 KIMONO NANCY
40 AKAMPURIRA RONAH
41 DAWA RAYIDHA
42 NDUHURA CHARITY
43 TEKKWO PETER
44 WAFULA DENNIS
45 KIPSANG SIMON
46 NAKITANDA CLAIRE
47 NYAMAIZI ALICE
48 ACHAN BARBRA CATHERINE
49 OCHAAT INNOCENT
50 APIO BRENDA
51 ANKUNDA CATHERINE MUJINYA
S/NO NAME
52 ARINAITWE ELISHA
53 NAMUYONJO LUKA
54 MWESIGYE JULIUS
55 LUKOBA DOUGLAS
S/NO NAME
56 ABESO ANGELLA

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57 MBAZIIRA MARGARET
58 NAKATUDDE PROSSY
59 NDIBALEKERA CATHERINE
60 NAKAYIMA PROSSY
61 OSUTA ANDREW
62 ANATO MARTHA
S/NO NAME
63 SITAKANGE JAFARI
64 MUGEYA IBRAHIM
65 KOMUHENDO JULIET
66 ANYUMIZA PETER
COMPUTING & INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
67 TIBIITA MARGRET
68 OKIDI MICHAEL
69 TIBIITA EUNICE
70 MUWANGUZI EMMANUEL
71 ODIPIO GODFREY
72 OGUTTU LORRAINNE
73 MUNNYANGO MARY GORRET
74 ISABIRYE GODFREY
75 OYITE DANIEL
76 OJOK DAVID NOKRACH
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77 NALUKWAGO TEDDY
78 KASEMBEZA RAHIMU
79 MUSINGUZI OBAH
80 TUSHABE JOHN
81 KOIRE KENETH


82 KIGGUNDU STEPHEN
83 KITIBWA ANNAH EMERALD
84 WASSAJJA HENRY
85 KIRANGWA JOSEPH
86 NAYEBARE PATIENCE
LABORATORY TECHNOLOGY
87 AMANYA GODWIN TUGUME
88 KIREMA SUSAN
89 NATURINDA PHIONAH
90 NGUNA JOYCE
91 OBONGUTA ANTHONY SILVER
92 EYU PATRICIA
93 DHIKUSOKA RONALD
S/NO NAME
94 KATO HERMAN




S/NO NAME
95 MUDDE ENOCH
96 MUHINDO CHARLES
97 LUBEGA PHAISAL
98 SEKITENE RONALD
99 GUBYA SAMUEL
100 MIIRO JULIAN
101 WANAMBWA SILAGI
102 NABWIRE BEATRICE
103 ELASU ROBERT
104 NANYANZI JOANITA

105 MUGISHA PETER
106 LUGEMWA PATRICK
107 NSUBUGA RONALD
108 SHAFI SHARIFU
109 ANEK ANGELLA
110 OPIO PATRICK
111 BAWAKUNO ERIC
112 KAMOGA ABEL
113 KYAZZE PERCY
114 BARUNGI ALEX

115 KIMERA IVAN
116 BUKENYA DEOGRATIOUS
117 NAAYA ABRAHAM
S/NO NAME
118 TUWAYENGA RICHARD
119 BALABA MARTIN
120 BUHUNGIRO TREASURE
121 OONYU LAWRENCE EMIRUON
S/NO NAME
122 NAKAIMA JOY


123 KALIBBALA JOSEPH
124 MESEREKA ZENO
S/NO NAME
125 KANSIIME DESIRE
126 NAKADDE SHAMIM
127 KABUNGA LORRAINE NABBANJA
128 ZZIWA JOSEPH


129 KYAKYO HARRIET
130 OKANYA ROBERT
131 NUWASIIMA SAVERINO
132 TOMUSANGE OBADIAH
133 KIZZA ALLEN
134 NAMUKOMAZI LYDIA

Mbarara University Cut Off Points 2011/2012- Mbarara University

Mbarara University

Scie. Educ (physical) 36.8
Scie. Educ (Biological) 37. 3
Pharmacy 45.2
Medicine and surgery 46
Scie. Nursing (Female) 44
Scie. Nursing (male) 45.5

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