Raising Voices

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Barbrah Nanyunja is a lover of music, fashion and has a sense of humor, when you get to know her. She is known by her nickname “positive attitude” because she approaches all situations with such. As a proud member of the Good Schools Team, she is responsible for supporting day-to-day implementation of the VAC program activities including providing technical assistance to the Regional Resource Persons, partners and schools, conducting trainings on the Good School Toolkit and establishing advocacy relationships with relevant local government authorities in the implementing districts. She also coordinates the Violence Prevention Learning Center activities for the Good School Team. Barbrah holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Social Sciences and a Master’s Degree in Public Administration and Management from Makerere University. After university, she worked as a Research Assistant with the School of Public Health at Makerere and then with Raising Voices as a researcher on the SASA! Study. Barbrah is passionate about activism after sharing so many touching experiences of violence against women and children in the community. It has always been a dream of hers to work with Raising Voices to contribute to the lives of children.