Charles Hopkins

Charles HopkinsSenior Resilience Adviser

Working with Feinstein Since: December 2017
Based in: Kampala, Uganda

As the Senior Resilience Adviser for the Karamoja Resilience Support Unit (KRSU) project, Charles provides technical support to the USAID Uganda Mission, KPDG, and several Ugandan ministries on resilience strategies, technical coordination, and good practice and policy. He supports and leads impact assessments and policy analyses.

Charles has worked with UN organizations (WFP, UN-FAO), International NGOs (CARE International, Save the Children, FARM-Africa, VSF and MSF) for more than 22 years in the direst of food and human security crises, emergencies, and recoveries across Asia and Africa. Through his past work, leading teams to develop programs that create linkage for food security and livelihoods, sustainable agriculture, natural resource management, social services, nutrition and cash transfers, Charles has proven his expertise in coordination, policy and strategy reforms, capacity building, and creating institutional linkages.

Charles has a BA in sociology from African Methodist Episcopal University (Liberia) and a diploma in management and development of NGOs from Galilee International Management Institute (Israel). He is pursuing an MBA in leadership and sustainability from York St. John University, Robert Kennedy College (Zurich, Switzerland).

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Karamoja Cluster Conference on Pathways to Resilience
May 24, 2019

The Karamoja Resilience Support Unit (KRSU) in Uganda hosted a three-day international Karamoja Cluster Conference to take stock of recent research in Karamoja, northwest Kenya, and neighboring areas of South…

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