Clare Ahabwe Bangirana

Clare is a astute on issues of vulnerable children, child protection and child rights governance. She has considerable experience on working on programs for children within the justice system having been the Program Coordinator for the Justice for Children Program at the Centre for Justice Studies and Innovations, where she oversaw 16 sites in Uganda and prepared a range of technical policy briefs on child protection and justice .She blends competences in child rights with a sound Program Development and M&E skills. She has previously worked on evaluation projects such as the USAID LINKAGES Program , and supported research on Child Rights Governance, Review on the Legal, Policy and Institutional frameworks on Violence Against Children in Schools and strengthening interventions on Violence against Women through training and Commissioning of Community Legal Volunteers for FIDA Uganda.Clare is an established Researcher and has worked on various child protection and psychosocial and health related research projects for organisations such as Makerere University /SIDA; International Development Research Centre and Global Health Uganda.

She holds a Masters Degree in Ethics and Public management and a Bachelors degree of Development Studies all from Makerere University.