Rufino Carlos Gujamo holds a degree in International Relations and Diplomacy (2004) from the Higher Institute of International Relations (ISRI) in Maputo, a Master in Governance and Conflict Studies (2009) from Africa University in Zimbabwe and a PhD in History (2016) in the specialty of Dynamics of the Contemporary World, by the University of Lisbon. He is currently National Director of Training and Communication in Health at the National Institute of Health (INS). He has many years of experience in the areas of communication and teaching, having assumed different responsibilities in these areas.
He has published in magazines such as e-Journal of Portuguese History and Journal of Cultural and Religious Studies, in addition to book chapters. He is a member of the Editorial Board of the Mozambican Journal of International Studies. He is a member of the International Association of Portuguese Language Social and Human Sciences (AILPsch) and Professor Joaquim Veríssimo Serrão Research Center in Portugal. Currently, his areas of interest are communication and health, history of health in Mozambique and scientific cooperation in the area of health.