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Board of Directors

The PLA Board of Directors

Ms Nalumu Lulu Judith

Board Member
Ms. Judith N. Lumu - Member

Judith is a Humanitarian and Development Practitioner with close to 14 years of experience in program coordination, planning and implementation of humanitarian, recovery and social development projects. She brings to the PLA Board skills and competence in child protection, community development, project monitoring and evaluation, food security programming

, emergency and needs assessments, capacity building and reporting as well as partnership building and networking, human resource and operations management.

Judith is currently working with the UN World Food Programme in Yemen as a Programme Officer-Consultant. She has consulted locally and internationally with Development Links Consult-Uganda and World Food Programme (WFP) in Kyrgyzstan and has held managerial and coordination roles including heading the Mercy Corps’ Operation in Abyei, South Sudan and the WFP’s sub-offices in northern Uganda. She was key in the development and implementation of humanitarian and recovery operations in Afghanistan, Karamoja, northern and southwestern Uganda. She has also extensively worked with the internally displaced persons, refugees and other disaster-affected and vulnerable persons. She blends her humanitarian experience with child rights and protection projects design, coordination, implementation and social work skills, which she acquired while working with Platform for Labour Action and African Network for the Prevention and Protection against Child Abuse and Neglect (ANPPCAN U Chapter).

Judith holds a Master of Arts Degree in Development Studies from University of Leeds, United Kingdom, a Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work and Social Administration from Makerere University, Uganda and a host of short professional and skills enhancing course certificates in human resource management, conflict sensitive development, organizational development, monitoring of human rights, results-based management, advocacy and project monitoring and evaluation. She is also an Associate Consultant with Development Links Consult, Uganda.

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Platform for Labour Action (PLA) is a National Civil Society Organization that was founded in the year 2000. PLA is focused on promoting and protecting the rights of vulnerable and marginalized workers through empowerment of communities and individuals in Uganda.

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