Author: ROTARY PEACE CENTRE MAKERERE

Amina Abid Warsame-Somalia

Rotary Peace Fellow 2021-Makerere University Amina Abid Warsame-Somalia Profile She is an Advocate with over 10 years of experience working in the humanitarian sector, supporting refugee rights, campaigning against gender-based violence in refugee camps, and working towards promoting women and girl child participation in leadership.   “I want to advocate for more inclusion of women […]

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Ronald Kasule-Uganda

Rotary Peace Fellow 2021-Makerere University Profile I am an Inclusive Development Practitioner by profession. I have been working for over 13 years as a self-advocate, community educator, and development consultant with a focus on disability rights, education, and inclusive programming. “The Peace Fellowship has given me an opportunity to develop skills and tools that would […]

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Catherine Baine-Omugisha-Uganda

Rotary Peace Fellow 2021-Makerere University Catherine Baine-Omugisha-Uganda Profile She is an Advocate, Business Administrator, a Chartered Mediator, and a Fellow of the Association of Arbitrators (Southern Africa). She is the founder and Managing Advocate of Baine-Omugisha Legal Consultants and Advocates, which is a Conflict Mitigation and Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) Centered Law Firm. She also […]

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Peace fellows tasked to innovate social initiatives that address challenges in communities

Prof. William Bazeyo, the Chairman board of directors, Makerere University Rotary Peace Center has tasked the Makerere University Rotary peace fellows to innovate social interventions that directly address the challenges faced in the communities especially refugee settlements. The Professor said this while speaking at a breakfast meeting with the peace fellows in Kampala today Thursday […]

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Fully-Funded Rotary Peace Fellowship at Makerere

Are you an experienced professional dedicated to peace and development work in Africa? We think the fully-funded Rotary Peace Fellowship at Makerere University in Kampala, Uganda could be a great fit for you. Each year, The Rotary Foundation awards up to 40 fellowships for the Certificate in Peacebuilding, Conflict Transformation and Development at Makerere University […]

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Peace fellows enlightened on human and wildlife conflict management

The Makerere Rotary Peace fellows held a study tour at Queen Elizabeth national game park. The study tour aimed at enlightening the fellows on how Uganda Wildlife Authority (UWA) is resolving the conflicts between the communities and wildlife, and the resilience and conflict management in wildlife at the game park. While addressing the peace fellows, […]

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Mak Rotary Peace Centre trains security officers on the UNSCR 1325

The Rotary Peace Centre at Makerere University with support from the Norwegian Government is conducting a two-day training for security officers from the UPDF, Prisons and Police on the importance of the United Nations Security Council Resolution 1325. The training taking place at the Central Teaching Facility 1 started on Monday, 11th October 2020. It was Dr […]

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