Ms. Birungi PhionahProgramme Manager

areas of expertise
  • Programme Development and Management
  • Project Monitoring and Evaluation
  • Agribusiness management
  • Business proposal development
  • Workplan and budget development
  • Coaching and supervision
education
  • Bsc. Wood Science and Technology
  • Certificates in Project planning, Monitoring and Evaluation

Ms. Birungi Phionah is qualified in Wood Science and Technology with a Second Class (upper) honors degree from Makerere University Kampala and holds several certificates in project planning management, monitoring and evaluation. Phionah heads the programmes department and is charged with programme development and management. Since graduation, she has previously worked mostly with the private sector at both field and managerial level. She has over six years of experience and knowledge in forestry, agribusiness management, business proposal development, work plan and budget development, monitoring and evaluation, coaching and supervision while working with people of different cultures and background. Before joining TUNADO, she worked for Mabona Agro-processors (U) Ltd, Ugaply Industries Ltd and Sustainable timber based batch production under HorizonT 3000.

contact details

+256-414-258070

Social Profiles

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