Juliet Lubega


I was born in Uganda and has been living in the UK since 1990.I live in London with my two children.

In 2007,I was forced into ill-health retirement after 20 years of a successful career in HIV Prevention.I turned to creative writing in 2010 and attends CityLit College in London.My abstracts ‘Uganda Equator’ and ‘ The History of my hair’ were published in Between The Lines,CityLit in 2011 and 2012.I am an Award Winner,Learner’s Award CityLit 2012.

I am a contributor to ABC of HIV and AIDS ( sixth edition) edited by Prof M.W Adler,Dr Simon Edwards,Prof.Robert Miller,Dr G Sethi and Dr Ian Williams WILEY-BLACKWELL 2012

I am a co-author of the strategic document(Sarah Pulle,Juliet Lubega,Oliver Davidson,Martha Chinouya); Doing it well. A good practice guide for choosing and implementing community-based HIV prevention interventions with African communities in England”2005 (National African HIV Programme,NAHIP- African HIV Policy Network)

I have extensive experience in small media writing aimed at public health and health promotion in England;Africans thinking it through, relationships, culture & HIV;Assessing your risks, information about HIV transmission for African people,HIV and You –  issues for African men among others.

I am the founder of “The National HIV Prevention Conference – African Communities in England” 2000 currently run by NAHIP(African Health Policy Network)

I attended Budo Junior School and Gayaza High School,Kampala,Uganda.I hold a BA Hons Social Work and Social Administration of Makerere University Kampala,and Msc Social Research Methods in the Social Sciences of Middlesex University,London.


Follow on twitter; Juliet Lubega@ucragirl

10 thoughts on “About

  1. Your blog has been nominated for an Award! Read about it here – http://lorrainemariereguly.wordpress.com/2013/11/15/another-liebster-award-im-not-a-newbie-anymore/ – and congratulations!

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  2. Thanks for following my blog. I look forward to exploring yours.

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  3. Thanks for visiting my site Juliet! Your words are inspiring, especially that poem you wrote about your father. Thanks for sharing your thoughts and words with us through this blog. Keep on writing!


  4. Thank you for showing interest in what I put out. I sincerely hope you continue to find my posts entertaining & pleasurable. Be safe.

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  5. Hi there! Just dropping by to say thanks for following me on my blog and keep up the good work!

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  6. I’m so glad I stumbled across your blog. It is a powerful and inspiring blog!


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