TEWDI Uganda staff consists of experienced and dedicated persons with zeal to fight against increasing levels of poverty, human rights violations especially against women and children.
Betty Ikalany is the executive director TEWDI Uganda. She is responsible for developing, planning, implementing and evaluation of strategic plans for the organization. She also over sees day to day running of the organization, monitoring adherence to organizational policies and resources, ensuring compliance of staff and partners to systems, policies and procedures while building and strengthening networks, coalitions and relationships with stakeholders. Betty holds a master’s Degree in Development studies specializing in Women, Gender and Development from International Institute of Social Studies in The Hague, Netherlands, a Bachelor’s Degree in Social work and Administration from Makerere University, Uganda. Before joining TEWDI Uganda, Betty worked as a Projects Coordinator with Health Need Uganda where she had six years of successful supervisory and management work overseeing four districts in Teso sub-region. Betty comes to TEWDI Uganda with a rich experience in program management work and leadership.
Helen is currently a programmes coordinator at TEWDI Uganda. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Botany and Biochemistry and a post graduate degree in Education, all from Makerere University Uganda. Helen brings diverse knowledge and skills to the organization where she provides expertise in agriculture and extension. She is in charge of organizing farmers at each field site and conduct gender-sensitive training on irrigation and other agricultural practices, nutrition, food security, and market involvement.
Everlyne Arego holds a diploma in accounting and finance from Makerere University business school (MUBS). Before joining AEST ,Everlyne worked with Uganda Bureau of Statistics (UBOS) as a census enumerator during the National census in 2014 . Everlyne has also worked with Soroti municipal council finance department as an intern student.