The Epidemiology of Burkitt Lymphoma in East-African Children and Minors (EMBLEM) conducted a routine matched population control enrollment in 17 districts in the West Nile Region of Uganda. The exercise which began in July 2014 was concluded on 27 August 2014 registering over 100 controls. The Ugandan team was joined by a delegation of five from Homabay District Hospital, Nyanza and Moi University Hospital, Eldoret in Kenya. The Kenyan team was invited to observe and gain firsthand experience on how to engage communities in preparation for a repeated exercise which will be conducted in Kenya. The team also participated in the field work planning and coordinated field sample collection, processing and return of results to participants. The Kenyan team included: Pamela Were – Study Coordinator (Team Leader), Isaiah Genga – Senior Technical Supervisor, Racheal Ruto and Nelson Ondeng’e – Laboratory Technologist, and James Onyango – Transport Officer.