Ojok Okello

Development Manager and Social Entrepreneur in Kampala, Uganda

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I am a development manager and social entreprenuer. I also research and policy analysis with keen interests in forced displacement, political economy analysis and social innovations.

I have worked on several development initiatives that contributed to the post-conflict rehabilitation of Northern Uganda.

After seven years of development field work, I now engage in development policy analysis, research, monitoring and evaluation.

I am PfAL fellow at LSE where I am also a research collaborator at the Centre for Public Authority and International Development. I am also a YALI Fellow, one of President Obama’s flagship initiatives for leadership development in Africa.

Currently, I work at the Konrad Adenauer Stiftung, a German political foundation as a Programme Manager for Uganda and South Sudan.

I am a co-founder of the Refugee Innovation and Sustainable Enterprise - Urban Project (RISE-UP) and Team Leader at its adjunct initiative, RiseUp Hub, a social enterprise with the mission to expand economic opportunities for urban refugees in Uganda.


London School of Economics and Political Science

Makerere University

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