Rev. Fr. Emmanuel Ssekamaanya PRIEST

Areas of expertise
  • Experienced with psycho-social support interventions that address partner conflict resolution
  • Experienced Computer service and repair technician
  • Provide innovative design solutions
  • Assistant Diocesan Health Coordinator Masaka Diocese
  • In-Charge Of Schools, Lwamaggwa Parish – Rakai, Blessed Sacrament Parish – Kimaanya, Masaka Diocese

Other Interests

  • Enthusiastic about establishing what is best for Children & the Youth
  • Member and Trainer to Young Catholic Students (YCS)
  • Member of Community Based Organisations of Caritas Maddo and One Heart Foundation
Education
  • Bachelor of Philosophy, Katigondo Major Seminary,
  • Bachelor of Theology, St. Pauls National Seminary Kinyamasika
  • Master of Arts Degree in Religious and Theological Studies, Makarere University
  • Bachelor of Science Degree in Information Technology, Nkozi University

Brief Bio

The Rev. Fr. Emmanuel Ssekamaanya is involved in promoting holistic, integrated and sustainable action in heath for the people of Masaka Diocese. it is his vision is to make a contribution towards access of health care of every individual in Masaka Diocese especially the less privileged and vulnerable of society.

Some of our programs
Safe Birth Project

The Safe Birth Project was born in 2016 when Bishop Kaggwa the Bishop of Masaka Diocese tasked Dr. Sherry Teefey, Professor of Radiology at Washington University, to address the challenge of obstetric fistula in Masaka, Uganda. Uganda has one of the highest obstetric fistula rates in the world. It is caused by obstructed labor and

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USAID’s Keeping Children Healthy and Safe 
(KCHS) 



During the quarter, 20,984 (13,596F, 7,388M) beneficiaries were served with comprehensive services out of the targeted 21019 representing 100% OVC-SERV. Additionally, 1534 (973F, 561M) beneficiaries were newly enrolled onto the KCHS- Activity. Out of the 20,984 comprehensive beneficiaries that were served; 13, 971 (67%) were children while 7013 (33%) were adults which represents a 67:33

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How can we help you?

Contact us at the Masaka Diocesan Medical Services (MDMS) office nearest to you or submit a business inquiry online.