Dr Vincent Pagiwa

Public Health Research Fellow, Okavango Research Institute, University of Botswana

Dr. Vincent Pagiwa is a public health research fellow at the University of Botswana’s Okavango Research Institute. He holds a PhD in Public Health from the La Trobe University in Australia, and a MSc in Public Health Management from the Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University, Japan. He has a deep research interest in health policy analysis, health systems financing, evaluation of health programmes, and efficiency in public health services delivery, health governance and politics, and climate change and health nexus, with a particular focus in developing countries. He published significantly in the area of public health and acquired research grants from local and international funders; the most recent being The Horizon 2020 ENBEL project funded by the European Union. His role in the ENBEL grant is on establishing the Climate Health African Network for Collaboration and Engagement (The CHANCE network). Dr. Pagiwa is currently the interim Secretariat lead for the CHANCE Network.