The time is long overdue for coloniality in global health. And yet, global health remains infested with malignant power imbalances between practitioners from High-Income Countries and the rest of the world. Given the existing colonial legacies in the health and development sector of Uganda, Decolonising Health in Africa is stepping up to join the decolonisation discourse in bringing coloniality to an end.

Decolonising Health in Africa (DHA) is a working group of the Kampala Initiative interested in decolonising African health systems. The initiative is interested in working with civil society in Africa and the rest of the world to contribute to bringing coloniality in health to an end through exposing colonial tendencies in health systems, sharing experiences and research on coloniality, and aiding in global health. We aim to centre African voices on the decolonial agenda.