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    Dr. Berna Nakanwagi

    Bachelor of Veterinary Medicine (Makerere University) 2001

    MSc. International animal health (University of Edinburgh) 2011

    Veterinary practitioner since 2001

    Worked as the USPCA Veterinarian and Animal Welfare Education Officer from 2001 to 2009

    Run a mobile veterinary clinic service under Kamwokya Animal Care Centre from 2001 to 2007

    Opened the Kampala veterinary surgery from 2007

    Received an award for the Best Animal Welfare Veterinarian 2008

    Current commit member on the Uganda veterinary association executive

    Olivia Nabbanja

    I completed a certificate course in animal production and management at Bukalasa agricultural college in 2012.

    I underwent internship at the Kampala Veterinary Surgery while working as a veterinary assistant the same year after which I resumed to pursue a diploma in animal production and management at Bukalasa agricultural college while continuing to work at the Kampala Veterinary Surgery on Saturdays and Sundays.

    After completing my diploma in 2014, I am now working full time as a veterinary assistant. I have one cat which I adopted from the Kampala veterinary surgery after nursing it back to health.

     

    Phiona Opinia

    I joined the Kampala veterinary surgery in March 2014 as an intern after completing a certificate course in Animal production and management at Bukalasa national Agricultural College.

    I am now working as a veterinary assistant.

    I enjoy my work especially the time I spend chatting with our animals.

     

    Kiweewa Christopher

    I first came to the Kampala veterinary surgery in 2012 as a student intern during my secondary school investment year program. It was a year for discovering personal abilities and employment opportunities.

    Future I was so much awed and inspired by the care given to the animals at the Kampala veterinary surgery. This assisted me to make a decision to pursue a carrier in veterinary medicine.

    I am currently pursuing a certificate course in animal production and management and whenever I get my college break my first priority is to come to the Kampala veterinary surgery to participate in taking care in Taking care of the animals.

     

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