In 2005: "The Population Council's board of trustees elected Jotham Musinguzi, 55, as its newest member during the board’s June meeting in New York City. Musinguzi, a public health physician and obstetrician/gynecologist, is the director of the Population Secretariat of the Ugandan Ministry of Finance and Economic Planning. He serves on the board of the Uganda National Planning Authority and is a trustee of the Commonwealth Medical Association Trust in London.
"Musinguzi is chairman of the executive board of the International Council on Management of Population Programs (ICOMP), based in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. He is a board member of the South-to-South Partners in Population and Development, based in Dhaka, Bangladesh. Formerly a consultant to Mulago Hospital and a senior lecturer at Makerere University Medical School, Musinguzi is past president of the Uganda Medical Association.
"He holds M.B.Ch.B. and M.Med, degrees from Makerere University in Uganda and an M.P.H. from the State University of New York. He earned a diploma in International Health from Karolinska Institute, Stockholm, Sweden." 
- Trustee, Population Council
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- ↑ Jotham Musinguzi, Ugandan Public Health Expert, Elected to Population Council Board of Trustees, Population Council, accessed December 28, 2007.