Kate Kibanda

Kate Kibanda

Catherine "Kate" Nyakato (Ugandan) holds a Masters degree in Gender studies and an Honours in Psychology. She specializes in Gender and Development work. Her areas of interest are Gender Based Violence and the related practices, analysis and mainstreaming gender into development aspects, Gender policy and Advocacy; Strategic research; Coordination for Gender results among others. Works in Post and countries in Conflict in Africa and holds a global outlook on Gender and Development aspects.
    • A Space for Somalia’s Girls and Women

      Galkayo Education Center for Development Program (GECDP) established in 1999, has emerged as an instrumental Education, Peace building and Women’s rights center. A re-known and standard Civic Society organization in Puntland State of Somalia, is known for its strife for girl’s education and women’s rights in general. It has...
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