Dr Sanny Mulubale is a University of Zambia lecturer and researcher who obtained a PhD as a Commonwealth scholar from University of East London (UEL) – UK. He is also serving as the MIET Africa Health Coordinator in Zambia. He ran the UEL Global Challenge Research Fund project in Zambia in 2018-2019. He also had two postdoctoral internships to coordinate and work with the UK HIV Psychosocial Network, for which he was nominated for a nOSCAR (the Wellbeing person of the year award from the Naz Project). He has keen interest in issues around identity, citizenship, global politics and the govermentalisation of health. His work has been in and within learning institutions, government departments, non-governmental organizations, research institutes, and community-based initiatives. His fascination is with the nexus between theory and empirical evidence in both research and policy frameworks. His research has appeared in both local and international journals.
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