Lilian Tutegyereize is a Technical Officer for Science Facilitation and the MOSAIC project at FHI 360 in Uganda. She has more than 14 years of experience in sexual and reproductive health programming, policy, advocacy and service delivery. Her areas of expertise and passion include capacity building, adolescent health and key populations programming, gender and social inclusion, social behavioral change, health systems strengthening, health research, and private sector approaches including entrepreneurship, social marketing, and social franchising.
Recently, Tutegyereize’s work includes leading the acceleration of the introduction and scale-up of new and emerging biomedical prevention products in Uganda. She also supports demand, awareness creation and advocacy efforts for introduction planning of the dapivirine vaginal ring in the region. Tutegyereize also supports the HIV Prevention Ambassador Trainers’ Workshop and leads monitoring and evaluation for the virtual training of trainers.
Tutegyereize holds a master’s degree in development studies from Mbarara University of Science and Technology.