Mr. Masaba holds a Bachelor of Environmental Health Science from Makerere University and Diplomas in Health Personnel Education from Center for Educational Development in Health in Arusha (CEDHA) Tanzania; Public Health from University of Wales, United Kingdom (UK) and Environmental Health Science from Makerere University School of Hygiene. Additionally, Masaba has professional Certificates in (a) Training of Associate Assessors; (b) Effective Office Management; and (c) Training of Trainers in Participatory Methodologies. He is the Vice President of Environmental Health Workers Association Uganda (EHWAU), and a Member Public Health Board of the Uganda Allied Health Professionals Council (AHPC) Uganda, and the National Sanitation Working Group Uganda. Masaba has worked as a Health Inspector for Mukono and Mbale Districts. He has also variously worked as a Health Tutor and the Principal Tutor at the National Health Training School of Hygiene; Ministry of Health (MoH); Ministry of Education and Sports (MoES) and Department of Water Development (DWD) of the Ministry of Water and Environment. He leads the Sanitation and Hygiene development of training materials and the conduction of the assignment training in these aspects for Lot 1. He has been engaged in many assignments on WASH in various districts. Coordinating and collaborating on Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) projects with stakeholders such as AMREF, WATERAID Uganda, UNICEF and the South Western Small Towns Water and Sanitation Project (SWSTWSP). He has experience in organizing, facilitating and coordinating WASH training meetings, seminars and workshops in collaboration with other WASH stakeholders. He has been a Workshop Presenter, Trainer and Facilitator on: Implementation of the Public Health Act to MWE WASH; Improved Sanitation and Hygiene (ISH) to western region organized by the DWD; Sanitation marketing at the Inter-District meeting to review implementation of water and sanitation activities for western region organized by the DWD; Promoting girl child hygiene in primary schools and develop promotional materials for ‘Girls’ Hygiene in Primary Schools; Contemporary Issues in Health Promotion in Uganda; In-service training of health workers, social Mobilizers and community leaders by Environmental Health Division of African Medical and Research Foundation (AMREF) for the water sanitation sector; Community Led Total Sanitation (CLTS) for Mubende District; National final assessment of Home and Environmental Improvement Campaign in the best villages in the eight Technical Support Unit (TSU) areas organized by MWE; and Behavior change communication (BCC) at a sanitation workshop for environmental health staff in Kawempe division organized by AMREF.