Assistant Lecturer, Development StudiesMakerere University
Dr. Priscilla Mwondha holds a PhD in Development Studies from the Institute for Social Development, University of the Western Cape, Cape Town, South Africa. She also holds a Master’s Degree in International Development from the Josef Korbel School of International Affairs, University of Denver, Colorado, USA, and a Bachelor’s Degree in Education from the College of Education, Makerere University Kampala. She currently teaches at Makerere University. Her research interests include gender studies, women’s empowerment, and development with an emphasis on natural resource exploitation and social construction of gender.
Dr. Mwondha’s PhD dissertation was titled “Towards Bringing the “Gender Digital Divide” in Uganda: A Study of University to Work Transition Patterns among ICT Graduates” (2018).
APN Individual Research Grants 2018
Development StudiesMakerere Univeristy
Uganda’s "Niger Delta": The Wails of Women and Children in Oil-Rich Communities of the Albertine Grabben