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Alex Nduhura is a Consultant/Ag.Head at the Department Procurement, Logistics and Marketing under School of Business and Management at Uganda Management Institute . He is member of the Chartered Institute of Procurement and Supply (CIPS). He holds Master of Business Administration Makerere University Kampala. He is holds a Certificate in Professional Marketing from The Chartered Institute of Marketing and is currently pursuing a Doctorate of Philosophy (PhD) at North West University under scholarship from Uganda Management Institute and African Development Bank (AfDB) in Public Management and Governance with a bias on Public Private Partnerships (PPPs) and Competitiveness of the Hydro Electricity Energy Subsector in Uganda. He has previously worked as a Procurement Manager at Stanbic Bank, a member of Standard Bank Group. He has held procurement and administration roles in aviation, poultry processing industry. He has lectured at Mt. Kenya University-Rwanda, Makerere University Kampala, Uganda Management Institute, Makerere University Business School (MUBS), Team University, and International Management Academy –Rwanda. Nduhura is a resource person at national University of Rwanda on Masters of Health Supply Chain Management. He has worked as Country Manager for Singapore Institute of Purchasing and Materials Management for Uganda, Rwanda and South Sudan. He has been involved in consultancy assignments ranging from developing strategic plans, feasibility studies, functional capacity assessment, procurement and value for money audits, PPP transaction advisory services and project assessments. Key organizations where he has provided team leadership on consulting assignments have included Trocaire, Southern Africa Development Community (SADC) Secretariat, National Social Security Fund (NSSF) Rwanda, Uganda Martyrs Hospital-Lubaga, and Mandela National Stadium-Uganda. He volunteers as a Public Relations Officer for CIPS Uganda and is a part of the founding Board of Uganda Marketers Society. His training and research interests are vested on supply chain management, public private partnerships, strategy and competitiveness.

Established in 2019, the African Institute for Supply Chain Research (AISCR) provides supply chain research, education, outreach, and networking solutions for a better Africa.





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