Michael Dhatemwa holds a Masters degree in Development Studies
(Social Policy) from Erasmus University Rotterdam. He currently works as
a Research officer at the Netherlands Interdisciplinary Demographic
Institute (NIDI) on a UNFPA funded project for tracking resource flows for
donor spending and domestic expenditures for family planning activities in 69
Michael has over 10 years’ experience working with International organizations on Reproductive health projects and programmes, and utilizing data generated from sound research to inform cost-effective and strategic projects and policies for Sexual and reproductive health and Family Planning. He furthermore recently completed a WHO e-Learning Course on Health Financing Policy for universal health coverage (UHC). His main research interests lie in Out of Pocket spending and health financing on Family planning, Reproductive health for young people, Monitoring and Evaluation of reproductive health programs and policy analysis.
Participatory monitoring and evaluation, reproductive health and family planning, health financing