Douglas Karugonjo

Douglas Karugonjo has over 7 years of experience in quality management, conducting hazard, risk and vulnerability assessments and analysis and providing resilience-building advisory services even for politically volatile environments. He has designed natural resources systems and community humanitarian/disaster risk reduction/resilience programs with different governments including the United Arab Emirates Ministry of Food Security and the Ministry of Agriculture in Zimbabwe and the African Union and implemented appropriate crisis/emergency modification activities. He has profound expertise in applying humanitarian standards in project programming and implementation. He conducted the continental Cost of Hunger Studies in Africa for the United Nations World Food Programme as well as coordinating humanitarian response and assistance with the African Union as a Health, Nutrition & Population Associate. Douglas Karugonjo is knowledgeable in fields of Quality Management, Health, Food Security, Nutrition, Service delivery in both Private and Governmental organizations and qualitative and quantitative methodologies including data analysis. He is a motivated executive professional consistently achieving optimal utilization of developing, delivering and managing operations through process improvement, research development, program coordination and cultivation of strong business relationships.

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