Staff

Dr. Alex Okot is the current Chair of the Department of Adult and Community Education,

For detailed information click here

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dianah Nampijja joined the Department of Adult and Community Education, School of Distance and Lifelong Learning, College of Edcation and External Studies, Makerere University in February, 2007 as a Teaching Assistant. She holds a Bachelors Degree in Adult and Community Education; Makerere University and Postgraduate Diploma in Education for Sustainability; London South Bank University And  a Master of Science degree in Development management in the University of Agder, Norway.

For detailed information click here

 

 

 

 

My official name is Mukisa Philemon Kirunda. I am also known as Michael Lamech Kireri Nsalanka.
I hold a Masters degree in Development Management from Agder University- Norway (2009) with specialty in environment, development and management. My Master’s thesis title was “Public participation in solid waste management: challenges and prospects in Kira Town Council, Wakiso District”. My background training is in Adult and Community Education (BACE from Makerere University-2003). At that level, my research was an “assessment of the impact of the Naguru Teenage Reproductive Health Education Programme on the youth (1999-2002)”. I have also attended several short courses and trainings like; Basic Principles of Decentralization, writing for publication among others.

I have been working at the DACE since 1st April 2004 when I joined as a Part-time Teaching Assistant. I was appointed Assistant Lecturer on 1st November 2010, a position I hold to date. On top of teaching on the BACE program, I also occasionally give tutorials to MACE students specifically on the Adult Learning Theory and Practice course unit.

I have been the Departments’ Field Attachment Coordinator since 2008 taking over from Mr Ogwaro with whom I had worked as an assistant between 2006 and 2008. I also sit on the department’s finance committee. I am the coordinator of the Makerere University Education for Sustainable Development Club which was launched in May 2010.

For detailed information click here

Twine Bananuka, joined the Department in October, 2002 as Assistant Lecturer. He holds a Bachelors Degree in Arts with Education and postgraduate Diploma in Computer Science from Makerere University plus Masters Degree in Adult Education from Florida A&M University in US. He also worked as Acting Head of Department.

For detailed information click here

 

 

 

 

Mr. Karembe Ahimbisibwe is a trained adult and community educator who is interested and believes in working with-NOT FOR-the marginalized members of society for their own transformation. His disposition as an adult educator is greatly influenced by the socially critical emancipatory perspective which sees education and community work as primarily having a transformative-cum-revolutionary agenda of emancipating the marginalized from the yoke of misery, despondency, desperation, oppression and poverty.

For detailed information click here

 

 

More Academic staff Profiles