Contributors

Prudence Nyamishana
Editor

Nyamishana Prudence is a writer at  prunyamishana.com.  She has been an author at Global Voices since 2013,  is a founding partner of Kweeta Uganda (kweeta.com) and This is Uganda (thisisuganda.org ).  She has consulted for World bank Uganda office, UN Women, HIVOs East Africa, Centre for Public Interest law, Uganda, providing technical assistance with strategic digital communication tools. She is currently coordinating a project Story telling for Human Rights and Social Inclusion at Kweeta Uganda. Her twitter handle is @nyapru1.

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Shanine Ahibisibwe
Writer

She is a writer, coordinator, public speaker, She runs her own blog and is also a founding member and author at thisisuganda.org, a website dedicated to changing the Ugandan narrative worldwide. Prior joining Kweeta Uganda, She worked as a Project Officer at The Ministry of Energy and Mineral Development. She holds interest in social justice, climate action, and human rights activism and therefore uses her online presence to advocate for these causes.She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Organizational psychology at Makerere University Kampala.

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Katumba Badru
Photographer

Katumba Badru is an award winning freelance photojournalist based in Uganda. Winner Uganda Press Photo Award (UPPA) daily life 2015, Nominee best Photojournalist by African Centre for Media Excellence Awards 2017, Nominee Austria Alfred Fried photography Awards 2017 and winner UPPA 2017 both sports and News categories with a three years’ experience in on spot News, Sports and Documentary reporting. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Journalism and Communication from Makerere University

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John Okot
freelance journalist
John Okot is a freelance journalist. He is passionate about investigative and innovative journalism, focusing on health, human rights, environment and humanitarian reporting. He has also won a few awards, including Gender sensitive reporting and Water, Sanitation and Health award (WASH investigative category) in 2017. He has also contributed for local media--- The Observer Uganda and Monitor Publications---- as well as Thomson Reuters Foundation. Of recent, he has began writing for Xhinhua and The Christian Science Monitor. John is a member of Human Rights Network for Journalists (HRNJ) in Uganda. He holds a bachelor's degree o=in English and Literature (Double Major).