Archives: Team Members

Levand Turyomurugyendo

Levand Turyomurugyendo is currently the Projects Manager at the Uganda Biodiversity Fund (UBF) where he is applying his past experiences and competences to support UBF in mobilization of funds for managing biodiversity in Uganda as well as coordinate implementation of projects implemented by UBF and partners. Levand holds a MSc degree in Environment and Natural Resources and a BSc degree…

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Bernard Amute

Bernard is UBF’s Driver and Logistics Assistant with 19 years’ experience in Transport/Fleet and Logistics Management. He holds a BA in Procurement and Logistics Management from Nkumba University, a National Diploma in Mechanical Engineering under the Uganda National Examinations Board, and an Advanced Certificate in Fleet Management from Fleet Forum Netherlands. Bernard has homed extensive skills from his work with…

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Dr Mark Infield

Since graduating with a degree in Zoology in 1980, Mark has worked in various capacities in nature conservation. Mark has designed, managed and reviewed projects, advised government ministries and departments, charities and community organisations, and undertaken and supervised research. He has worked on protected area and natural resource management, community engagement and participation and cultural values approach to nature conservation.…

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Silver Ochom

Silver Ochom is a passionate Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) practitioner with 5 years’ experience in monitoring and evaluating both development and emergency response projects in line with environmental conservation, livelihoods, health, WASH, and protection. Silver holds a Bachelor of Economics and Statistics from Kyambogo University, a Post Graduate Diploma in Monitoring and Evaluation from Uganda Management Institute and certificates in…

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David Semakula

Mr David Semakula is a Trustee with Uganda Biodiversity Fund. He is a seasoned Finance, Accounts and Management practitioner with a wealth of experience garnered from training and years of professional experience. He worked in the banking sector for over thirty years and most previously held the positions of Chairperson Uganda SWIFT Users Group, Manager Corporate and Investment, Stanbic Bank,…

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Nebat Kasozi Atuhura

Nebat Atuhura Kasozi is an Environmental Scientist with over 10 years applied experience in biodiversity conservation specifically Project Management and M&E (Monitoring and Evaluation). He holds a BSc. Environmental Science, Post Graduate Diplomas in M&E (Monitoring and Evaluation) and PPM (Project Planning and Management) and is currently undertaking a Masters in Project Planning and Management at Uganda Management Institute. Since…

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Agnes Atwijukire

Agnes Atwijukire is our Finance Officer at Uganda Biodiversity Fund responsible for the financial day-to-day operations of the office, as well as financial reporting of the conservation trust fund. Agnes holds a Master of Business Administration from Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore of Milan, Italy and a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration and Management (Finance and Accounting) from Uganda Martyrs…

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Faith Kinani

Faith Kinani is our Communications Officer and has over fifteen years of experience in Media and Communications. She is creative and resourceful and is captivated by how communication binds all aspects of a business that make an organization thrive. Faith has managed and worked with stakeholders across different fields including government, media, foreign missions, and private sector. She provides guidance…

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Elly Mugumya

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Francis Ogwal

Francis Ogwal is a Natural Resources Management Specialist (Biodiversity and Rangelands) at the National Environment Management Authority. He joined NEMA as an Environmental Impact Assessment Officer in June 2003. He is now a Natural Resources Management Specialist (Terrestrial Biodiversity and Rangelands) since June 2005. Francis is a holder of a Master of Science Environment and Natural Resources Management and Bachelor…

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