How to become a member? and benefits of being a member.
AUPWAE started with 10 founder members and now has over 250 registered members.
1.ordinary membership; open to all women with degree, diploma or certificate in the fields of Agriculture, forestry fisheries, foodscience and technology, environmental science and veterinary medicine.Associate membership; open to anyone who subscribes to the objectives
of the Association
2. hononary membership; open to any person who has contributedexemplary to agriculture and environment protectionInstitutional membership; institutions that contribute directly orindirectly to agriculture and environment protection.
3. student membership; open to any woman/girl who is undertakingstudies in the disciplines listed above for ordinary membership.
AUPWAE MEMBERSHIP LIST.
|Name||Location (District)||Current Employment||Academic & Professional Qualifications||Areas of Expertise|
|1||ANDROA R GLORIA AYIKU||Arua||Event Coordinator Agri Profocus -In charge West Nile Region (SNV, AFARD, CEGED)||MSc. International. Agric. Devt. PGD. Food and Nutrition, BSc. Agriculture (Animal Science), Certificate in Farmer Managed Advisory Serviices||_Community Moblisation; _ Agri-business Research _ Impact Evaluation _ Bee Natural products|
|2||BAHIZI PENINAH JOY||Fort-Portal||Senior Agricultural Officer Kabarole, Uganda Major duties: Supervision of field Agricultural staff ;
Provision of advisory services; Govt project monitoring and technical support e.g. Rice project , Wealth creation programme
|BSc. Agricultural Extension Education, Diploma in Agriculture||Community Management and Agriculrtural support|
|3||GAKWAYA N. HELLEN||Kampala||Director: Renewable Innovative Technologies for Environment, Uganda Major Duties: Coordination, monitoring and funding mobilisation||MA. Gender and women Studies, BSc. Arts with Education. Certificate in Biomass Energy Technology Development Certificate in Business Management||_Qualitative Research _Gender Advocacy _Oganisational Management|
|4||GOWA KIGUNDU ALICE||Kampala||Consultant Institutional Expert: FAO Uganda Major Duties: Strengthening Institutional Capacities for Farmer Organizations in the Eastern African Region||MSc. Agric Economics, BSc. Agriculture||_Policy analysis _Advocacy _ Negotiation _Gender mainstreaming _Research for Development|
|5||KAMULEGEYA EDIDAH AKAHIRWA||Agric Extension Officer: Masindi District Local Government Major Duties: Farmer training and monitoring visits; Crop disease control; Preparing budgets, work plans and reports||Masters: Community Participation and Strategic Management (Ndejje) Bachelors: Agriculture (Nkozi) Diploma: _ Tropical Animal Production (Netherlands) _ Veterinary Science (Russia)||_ Russian Language _Artificial Insemination _Farm mangement|
|6||KAMUSIIME EMILLY||Mukono||Horticulture Technician: National Forestry Resources Research Institute, Uganda Major Duties: Tree germplasm technology development, acquisition, testing and multiplication||MSc. Agroforestry, BSc Forestry, Diploma in Forestry, Post-bachelor’s Professional Development _ By African Women in Agricultural Research and Development (AWARD)||_Geographic Information & Global Position Systems (GIS & GPS) use _Forest plantation management _Basic carpentry and joinery skills|
|7||KASEDDE A. CHRISTINE||Kampala||Environment Impact Assessment Officer National Environment Management Authority (NEMA) Major Duties: Report review; Project Approval; Project monitoring & evaluation||MSc. Environment and Natural Resources, PGD. Environment impact Assessment, BSc. Forestry, Diploma in Strategic management and Leadership||_Environment Impact Assessment studies; _ GIS/GPS use training; _Proposal writing _Research, _Project management|
|8||MAYANJA NANZIRI MAUREEN (Dr)||Kampala||Researcher and Lecturer Veterinary College, Makerere University Major Duties: Teaching Bachelors students; Supervising research work of graduate students; Community outreach / extension work; Developmental research||PhD. Food Security, MSc. Agricultural Development, BSc. Veterinary Medicine, Certificates:- Graduate Teaching and Assessment; Livestock Economics (Disease Control); Economics for Land Managers; Applied Pig Management||_University Teaching _Qualitative Research and analysis _Application of Economic concepts in Livestock Health & Production _Organisational Change Agent _Strategic planning _Development of training materials _Veterinary Medical Practice|
|9||MUHEEBWA R. ADELINE||Kampala||Programme Assistant ASARECA Major Duties: Gender mainstreaming; Training, Networking, Resource moblisation, Monitoring and evaluation||MSc. Development Management, PGD. Develeopment Management, BSc. Agriculture, Certificate in On farm productivity enhancement programme||_Project Management; _Gender training; _Enterprise development _training speialist|
|10||NAMUSOKE BEATRICE||Kampala||Managing Director Learn Enterprise s LTD.||MA. Management studies, PGD. Business management, BSc Agriculture (Animal science), Certificate in Project management- Participatory approaches||_Rural Research; _Enterprise development; _Documentation; _Project management and mainstreaming crosscutting issues, strategic plan development|
|11||Anna Odur||Kampala||Research Associate||MSc. Bussiness strategy, politics and the environment, BSc. Environmental management||Reasearch,project management,M&E,Report writing,Environment water mgt,International Development,|
|12||Nancy Mugimba Walumbwa||Kampala||EAFF Uganda(Eastern and Southern Africa Small Scale Farmers Forum Uganda||MA. Development Studies, BSc. Community Forestry, AWARD Fellow 2015-2017||Community Management|
|13||Pross Ruth Owino||Kampala||Diocese of Kampala coordinator planning and Social Transformation||MSC. Agribusiness Management, PGD in Project Planning & management, BSC. Agriculture|
|14||Evelyn Najjemba Lutalo (Dr)||Kampala||National Environment Management Authority||MSc. Veterinary Medicine, Msc in Environmental Sanitation||Mobilisation,Communicator, Team player|