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Mr. Max Alfred Anyuru is Now a Member of CPAR Uganda Board of Directors

CPAR Uganda is delighted to officially welcome Mr. Max Alfred Anyuru who, as of September 2014, has agreed to serve as a Member on its Board of Directors. Anyuru holds a Masters of Art Degree in social sector planning and management. He is a social sector specialist with over 20 years of experience. He has expertise in programme development, management, implementation, monitoring and evaluation. He has in the past worked as an employee of several development agencies, but since over 12 years ago he is an independent consultant. He has consulted with United Nations agencies, multilateral and bilateral agencies, governments, and civil society organizations. His expertise is diverse and he has consulted on wide ranging programmes, including those related to livelihoods, post-conflict recovery, education, disaster risk reduction and early warning, and governance. He has conducted research, reviews, evaluations, capacity building, and advocacy.

Max joins four other members, making the current composition of the CPAR Uganda Board of Directors a total of five personalities of high esteem whose service on the CPAR Uganda Board of Directors is purely on a voluntary basis. The members of the CPAR Uganda Board of Directors discuss and direct the affairs of CPAR Uganda by commitment. They give service without any expectations for ‘brown envelopes’ – remuneration for their time and expertise. They provide their expertise and time to CPAR Uganda free, for the good of the people of Uganda for whom CPAR Uganda was established to benefit.

The other members of the CPAR Uganda Board of Directors (2015) are: Dr. Rita Laker-Ojok (PhD) – Board Chair and who is currently the Chief of Party of USAID Feed the Future AGRICULTURAL  INPUTS Activity; Mr. Alex Bwangamoi Okello (MBA) who is currently the Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Works and Transport of the Republic of Uganda; Prof. Dr. Christopher Garimoi Orach (PhD) who is currently the Deputy Dean of the School of Public Health of Makerere University Kampala; and Hon. John Baptist Okello-Okello (FCCA) who is currently the District Chairman of Dokolo District Local Government of the Republic of Uganda.


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