Blanshe is a journalist interested in Africa’s past, present and the future. Blanshe’s articles have featured in the Uganda Radio Network (URN), The Daily Monitor and Red Pepper.
Donnas Ojok is a Programme Manager at the Uganda and South Sudan office of Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung (KAS). He also co-founded Refugee Innovation and Sustainable Enterprise – Urban Project (RISE-UP) and runs RISE-UP HUB which provides an innovative marketplace for products made by urban refugees in Kampala. Donnas is a PfAL Fellow and a MSc. Development Management graduate at LSE. Ojok mostly writes about forced displacement, rural innovations, digitalization and community development.
Acan Innocent Immaculate is a Ugandan writer and medical student. She won the Writivism Short Story Prize in 2016, and has been published by AFREADA magazine, Omenana Magazine, Brittle Paper, and in Selves: An Afro Anthology of Creative Nonfiction. . Her most recent work is a children's book titled The Pearl Trotters in Black, Yellow, Red.
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Jonan is a science writer and advocate for science. He is the Science Policy and Communication Officer at Science Foundation for Livelihoods and Development, and a 2018 Cornell University Alliance for Science Global Fellow. His writing covers science, technology and innovation in Africa.
Kwezi is deputy director of the LéO Africa Institute. Besides his work at the Institute, he is a regular commentator on public affairs on Ugandan radio and TV. His writing has appeared in The Daily Monitor, The Independent and the Nairobi-based Africa data visualizer Africapedia.com.
Mwesigye is interested in governance and public policy. He writes about trade and the politics of integration. Mwesigye is studying Bachelor of Journalism and Communication at Makerere University
Nicholas is a Lawyer and Journalist with over four years’ experience working in the media and knowledge sectors. His main areas of interest include: PR, Strategic Communications, Open Governance, and Regional Integration Law. He has previously researched about Trade, Economy and Regional Integration.
Shaatra is a digital content manager at Football256, a Uganda sports website. While pursuing a bachelor's degree in Journalism at Makerere University, Shaatra has been focused on following the Uganda Premier League and other sporting events in Uganda and the region.
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