Stephen coordinates all of the Karamoja Resilience Support Unit (KRSU) activities by collaborating with USAID, the Government of Uganda, and the Karamoja Development Partners Group. He fosters mutual learning, knowledge management, and coordination among international donors, implementing partners, and local stakeholders to develop a supportive policy environment and increase the impact of programming on drought resilience and growth.
He brings more than ten years’ experience in program management and technical assistance of peace building interventions, development research and reporting, development cooperation, and communication to the center. Previously, he worked as program manager for the USAID-SAFE Project at the Centre for Conflict Resolution in Kampala. There he managed efforts in eastern and central Uganda to streamline conflict-sensitive approaches in land governance structures of local governments. Stephen’s work focuses on state fragility, impact assessment, and international interventions in Uganda.
He holds a B.A. in international relations and diplomacy from Nkumba University in Uganda and a master’s degree in international relations from Flinders University in Australia.