If he is not in the corners of Uganda co-creating ideas and solutions with the natives, Muganga is in a workshop brainstorming with Implementing Partners or implementing an IPC activity somewhere.
A student of Performing Arts and Film and originally a Creative Diehard, Muganga fell in love with Social and Behavior Change Communication through working with entities like fhi360, Save the Children, RTI International, SPRING Uganda, Pace, Malaria Consortium, Communication for Development Foundation Uganda (CDFU), Marie Stopes, Stop Malaria Uganda Project, The Citizens’ Coalition for Electoral Democracy in Uganda (CCEDU), Action 4 Health, HRNS, The Aga Khan Foundation, OraQuick—among others—to create and implement SBCC campaigns, like Obulamu?, Eyok Kiyan, Topowa, Ulinzi Military Condom, Tusomere Wamu, Live Your Dream, Twefeeko Daily, Our Children-Our Future, Chase Malaria, Tukomye Okutuntuza, Update Yo Status, among others.
His passion to co-create solutions with people and love for SBCC drove him to study a Master’s Degree in Public Health—Health Promotion at Uganda Martyrs University.
Over the years, he has amassed experience in designing and implementing SBCC campaigns in several thematic areas, such as: Child Protection. Early Childhood Development (ECD). Education. Gender Based Violence (GBV). Sexual Reproductive Health Rights (SRHR). Maternal and Child Health. Nutrition. Adolescent and Youth Empowerment. Livelihoods. HIV/AIDS Prevention, Treatment and Care. Democratic Governance. Clean Energy. Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH). Malaria. Agriculture.