Regina Kacwamu 

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Regina Kacwamu

Regina Kacwamu is our Associate Consultant with eight years’ experience in safeguarding. As a Child Protection/Safeguarding Specialist, she supports child-focused organisations in East Africa to create safe environments to safeguard people that are involved in their work. She is involved in assessing organisations’ safeguarding capacities, co-facilitating capacity building trainings and providing technical support to child-focused organisations to elaborate and implement safeguarding policies and learn from their safeguarding initiatives.

Regina is passionate about safeguarding and specifically working with social development organisations to create safe environments and reduce risks. 

She has also worked at different stages of research (research design, data collection, data management, and report writing) on violence against children studies commissioned to Development Links Consult.

She is a trainer for the Civic Action Transformation approach championed by Brot Fur die Welt/Bread for the World Germany in fragile contexts of Eastern Africa.

Regina has eight years’ experience managing adolescent sexual reproductive health and child protection programmes (specifically child trafficking and child sexual abuse) targeting vulnerable children and youth in Uganda’s urban slums.

She is skilled in Rapporteuring and Photography and has over 8 years’ experience Rapporteuring/Documenting meetings and conferences in the child protection sector, which exposed her to discussions on Child Protection Systems, Strategic Development Goals and the Global INSPIRE Strategy to End Violence against Children. For 3 years (2009-2012) she documented capacity building initiatives for Staff and Members of the Parliament of Uganda under the Westminster Foundation for Democracy Programme for Uganda.

Regina holds a Bachelor’s degree in Social Sciences (Social Administration/Economics) and post-graduate training in Population and Reproductive Health. She has undertaken various continuous professional development training in the areas of Child Protection/Safeguarding, Monitoring and Evaluation, Gender and Human Rights.