Annet is an Economic Policy Analyst with direct practice experience gained from working on projects funded by Development agencies like the European Union, DFID and UN and Government for Uganda. Her previous undertakings include leading the implementation of the DFID “Better Aid delivered through Better Information, a project aimed at improving humanitarian and development outcomes of the extremely poor and vulnerable through the effective management of public resources, strategic use of aid and access to information. She has previously provided M&E support to the Government of Uganda – UNFPA Seventh Country Programme (Gender Component). The programme aimed at promotion of Gender and Rights approaches to development with major aspects of prevention and response to Gender Based Violence (GBV) She has previously undertaken development consultancy projects on Monitoring the Decentralised Midterm Budget Frameworks Phases I and II in the education sector in 40 local authorities in Uganda and identification of feedback mechanisms among donors, government, NGOs and communities in the post-conflict setting of Northern Uganda. She has been part of the team developing interventions for the Kampala Tugende project, a 5 year slum transformation initiative funded by Comic Relief to be implemented by Lutheran World Federation (LWF) and Act Together where she participated in the development of the 5 year Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL) framework. Annet is also experienced in developing grant proposal applications and feasibility study reports. Annet holds a Master of Arts in Economics degree and a Bachelor of Science of Statistics of Makerere University, Kampala Uganda.