Ssali Ogwal Ronald

Health and Conservation Officer, Conservation Through Public Health

About Ssali Ogwal Ronald

A detail-oriented and analytical One Health Specialist with more than 5 years of experience while performing Public Health promotion and Wildlife conservation with related tasks working with both government and non-governmental institutions.

Which category below best describes the type of organisation you currently work for/or run?

Charity/Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO)

Areas of expertise

Behaviour change campaigns Education & training Other Partnerships and collaboration development Project/programme management Research

Would you be willing to be approached and share your lessons learned in your area(s) of expertise with our community?

Yes

Would you like to be added to the calendar invitation for our monthly WildHub Socials?

Yes

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Topics

Channels contributed to:

Well-being and resilience Podcasts & webinars (recordings)

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Recent Comments

May 29, 2024
Replying to Ssali Ogwal Ronald

It was and will always be a pleasure working with you @Anne Mauro and your team– thanks for your contribution to this interview! This unearthed a lot of potential – and I'm looking forward to seeing more great things from you, me, and the Wildhub community. This was a unique perspective – thanks for adding something special to my work of One-Health!

Thank you for being such a great game-changer.

I will be grateful to share the results as soon as they are out. 

Thank you very much for the wishes and hoping for the best.

May 29, 2024

Congratulations Anne! Allow me to also add my voice on congratulating you on becoming a valuable contributor to the WildHub Community!

Humbled to have worked with you, and hoping for the best in times a head.

Apr 24, 2024
Replying to Thirza Loffeld

Brilliant interview! Well done @Anne Mauro  for facilitating. @Ssali Ogwal Ronald : many thanks for sharing your valuable insights and experiences with us! Your words that we need to connect the dots to make sure that it goes beyond just two disciplines, resonate with me. Also, I found your learnings about how gender may influence exposure to zoonotic diseases, insightful. I hope you can keep us updated on what you find in your Master's research project - interesting topic! 

So much appreciate the Wildhub Community platform as this is a great tool for continued engagement of the community giving us a sense of belonging. It further enables us to share experiences and support the perpetual growth of each other, ourselves, our work, and our environment. @Thirza Loffeld, definitely I will give feedback on my research, and any other knowledge gained on gender and One-health

Apr 24, 2024

It was and will always be a pleasure working with you @Anne Mauro and your team– thanks for your contribution to this interview! This unearthed a lot of potential – and I'm looking forward to seeing more great things from you, me, and the Wildhub community. This was a unique perspective – thanks for adding something special to my work of One-Health!

Thank you for being such a great game-changer.

Apr 24, 2024

This is awesome @Aiita Joshua Apamaku. Conservation and Society are enhanced through several different avenues and I am pleased to see this innovative approach of BootCamp, the multimedia storytelling. I would be honored to support where I can,  hoping to catch up.

Jan 30, 2024
Replying to Thirza Loffeld

Thank you for sharing this useful resource, Ssali. I have added the "Resources" badge and added your video to the "Podcasts & webinars (recordings)" channel so that members who opted in for this channel will be notified by email. Any questions, please let me know. 

This is an awesome step, am only grateful and this is very thoughtful of you. 

Comment on Introduction
May 01, 2023
Replying to Grace Alawa

Welcome to WildHub Ssali, great to have you here.

So much honoured to be part of this great cause. Thanks so much Grace

Comment on Introduction
Apr 27, 2023
Replying to Thirza Loffeld

A warm welcome to WildHub - great to have you join us! May I ask, in your view, what has been the most useful aspect of working with the One Health approach? 

A better quality of life and improved healthy coexistence between people, livestock, and wildlife have been made possible through a One Health- multidisciplinary strategy that focuses on preventing and regulating disease transmission between humans and animals has been one of my most useful aspects of working with the One Health approach.

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