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Dr Mugisa Julius


Julius Mugisa, PhD, (Gender Studies), a Masters in Gender Studies and a Bachelor’s Degree in Social Sciences all obtained from Makerere University. Julius also holds a Diploma in Business Studies and other short courses including Post Graduate Certificate in Project Monitoring and Evaluation: Makerere University Certificate in Basic Computer Application: Makerere University; Certificate in pedagogical leadership in Africa training and Diploma in Business Studies: Kampala College of Commerce and Advanced Studies

Under JBM Consult Performers Limited, Julius has consulted on gender and youth related issues, Economic Livelihoods, Food Security, Health, conducting Action research, Projects Baselines, Mid-terms evaluations and End-line Evaluations hence comes with rich skills and experience spanning over 20 years. Julius has consulted with both Government Institutions, Donor funded Programs and Projects as well as NGO’s and CSO’s

Employment history
2023 to date Lecturer Makerere University
2017 to 2022: Senior Lecturer (Part time) Uganda Christian University -Mukono
2016-todate: Member JBM Consult limited on Gender and Development Issues
2010 to 31 January, 2019:Senior Lecturer and Head of Department, Multitech Business School (Degree Awarding Institution)
1995- 2013: Administrator, New Styles Secondary School
2013-2017: Director, New Styles of Environmental Conservation Via gender Equity

Mugisa, J. (2017). Community Participation in Decision Making on Access to and Use of Forest Resources under Collaborative Forest Management Framework: A Gender perspective. Journal of Business Management Practice and Research (JBMPR) Vol. 2, (2), 2017. ISBN: 978-9970-9423-0-5.

Mugisa, J. (2017). Why a Gender perspective of community participation in Decision making under the Collaborative Forest management Framework and Access Forest Resources? Journal of Business Management Practice and Research (JBMPR) Vol. 2, (2) ,2017. ISBN: 978-9970-9423-0-5.

Mugisa, J. (2018). The Influence of Gender on Pupil’s Retention in Primary School: A case of Wakiso district. Journal of Business Management Practice and Research (JBMPR) Vol. 3, 2018. ISBN: 978-9970-9423-0-5.

Training and Capacity Building / Consulting Experience

May 2020: Lead consultant on Gender Desk Review Teach A Man To Fish-Education Cannot Wait (ECW) 2020 (Uganda).

December 2019: Baseline Survey for the Sasakawa Global 2000 new Country Operational Plan

April 2019: Lead Consultant on An Evaluation and Documentation of Best Practices under “Promoting Girls’ Rights CEDAW Project” Plan International Uganda, under JBM Performance Management Consult Ltd.

April 2019: Lead Consultant on Gender Issues in Production and Processing of Shea products in the districts of; Abim, Otuke, Agago, Kitgum, Kaabong and Kotido, NEMA, Uganda, under JBM Performance Management Consult Ltd.

November 2018: Lead consultant on empowerment@scale Oxfam Uganda under JBM Performance Management Consult Ltd.

Lead Consultant on Gender and Human Rights under JBM Performance Management Consult Ltd.

July 2016: Facilitator for Wakiso District Non-Government Organization Forum on Gender Mainstreaming For Gender Focal Point Persons

July 2016: Associate Consultant on Gender Awareness under JBM Performance Management Consult Ltd.
August 2015: Facilitator in gender awareness under The Local Government Development Programme in; Non-Government Organization (NGO’s)
August 2016: Trained women in Central and Eastern regions in Functional Adult Literacy Programme. Training Workshops Were Organized in Mpigi, Luwero, Mukono, Kayunga, Mbale, Sironko, Busia And Tororo Districts Modules Handled Were:
i.Participatory Rural Appraisal For Functional Adult Literacy Instructors
ii.Gender and access to justice in Uganda
iii.Gender mainstreaming in Functional Adult Literacy Programmes in Rural Uganda
iv.Gender Planning, Budgeting, Implementation, Monitoring And Evaluation Of Functional Adult Learners Programmes
v.Gender and access to human rights in Uganda
vi.Youths as an endangered species due to culture

-Interacting and relaxing with colleagues and friends.
-Bible Reading, Preaching, Reading Gender Related literature & Poverty and Field Executions, Helping the Needy.