Geraldine Agiraembabazi holds a Master of Science degree in Statistics (Bio-statistics) from Hasselt University, Belgium; a post graduate diploma in Monitoring and Evaluation from Uganda Management Institute (UMI) and a Bachelor of Science degree in Statistics and Mathematics from Makerere University, Uganda. She is an M&E Specialist on the Community where Mothers and newborns Thrive (COMONETH) Project in Luuka District, Eastern Uganda. Geraldine has previously worked as Biostatistician/M&E specialist at Health Monitoring Unit of State House, Uganda. Prior to that, she was an assistant lecturer in the Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics at the School of Public Health, Makerere University where she was also a coordinator for the MakSPH – UHasselt collaboration and a research fellow on the NOURISH Project. Geraldine has also been employed as a research associate/data manager at Joint Clinical Research Center (JCRC) and Medical Research Center/Uganda Virus Research Institute (MRC/UVRI) and a masters research intern at the Human Sciences Research Council (HSRC) in Pretoria, South Africa. Additionally, she has been a consultant for various short-term projects including the National Task Force for the emergency response to the Marburg Viral Disease in districts of Kween and Kapchorwa, Uganda.