Alex Gloria Nakamanya has experience in supporting the management of a number of projects funded by a range of international development partners.
During her time at Montrose, she has also assisted with the engagement of extractive industry stakeholders at both a national and local level under a major DFID programme. In addition, she has coordinated the filming of a documentary on the positive impact that open data could have on artisanal and small-scale mining in Karamoja.
Alex has also been responsible for providing support in the coordination of a number of activities under the Improving Learning Outcomes Among Early Grade Learners Project that Montrose has been implementing on behalf of the Ministry of General Education and Instruction (MoGEI), the Global Partnership for Education Programme (GPEP), UNICEF and USAID in South Sudan. These activities included the development of Supplementary Teaching and Learning Materials (TLMs) for Primary 1 to Primary 4 and a Training of Trainers (ToT) on how to use the TLMs developed by the project team.
Alex has a good understanding of post-conflict areas or Fragile and Conflict-Affected States and Situations (FCAS) having worked in the Karamoja region in Uganda and South Sudan. She holds a Master’s degree in Human Development and Food Security from the University of Rome 3, Italy, and a Bachelor of Science in Business Statistics from Makerere University, Uganda.