Sarah joined IGCP on the 1st June 2018 as a Community Engagement Officer for Rwanda / Uganda on the Water4Virungas Project. She holds a Master’s Degree in development studies with a Specialization in Population Poverty and Social Development from the International Institute of Social Studies in The Hague, Netherlands. Sarah also holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Social Sciences from Makerere University. She has over 15 years of experience working for Kisoro District Local Government and collaboration with development Partners as an Assistant District Water Officer In charge of Community Mobilization, as a Senior and District Community Development Officer, where she worked with Partners like Amaizi Marungi – South Western Towns Water and Sanitation (SWTWS) project, IGCP in strengthening the institutional governance capacity of water user groups in Uganda and Rwanda, Uplifting the Rural Poor as a WASH expert in the communities surrounding Mgahinga Gorilla National Park.
Her new role at IGCP is to contribute towards the objectives of the W4V project by coordinating and backstopping the W4V community engagement approach in Rwanda and Uganda.