Andrew Kyambadde is a results-oriented development specialist with over 25 years of experience in planning, designing, implementing, managing, monitoring, and evaluating complex health programs in the public and private sectors. He has expertise in managing global and in country health systems strengthening (HSS) programs, working closely with host governments, technical experience in implementing all World Health Organization health system building blocks in resource limited settings, and engaging the private health sector for both non-health and multisectoral programming.  

In his current role, Mr. Kyambadde supports USAID’s Act to End Neglected Tropical Diseases (NTDs) | East Program to implement sustainability plans for NTD services, provides targeted technical support based on country needs to strengthen ownership and leadership, as well as integrating and mainstreaming of NTD services within the national health systems and other collaborating sectors.  

In his previous roles, Mr. Kyambadde has worked on HIV/AIDs, private sector engagement, health education, and health systems strengthening. He spent more than two decades supporting the U.S. Agency for International Development in Uganda. He has provided technical assistance across several African countries including Uganda, Rwanda, Ethiopia, Kenya, Tanzania, and Mozambique, as well as other regions such Asia, Latin America, and the Caribbean.  

Mr. Kyambadde brings proven organizational, leadership, management, interpersonal, decision making, and mentoring skills, substantial background in program, and people management experience. He has also contributed to various global and USAID technical working group bodies covering HIV/TB, family planning, neglected tropical diseases, maternal child health, health systems strengthening, private health sector engagement, and government-to-government initiatives. He has contributed to publications targeting the improvement of service access to young people and private health sector assessments in health.  He speaks English and Luganda.