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Jacqueline Moturi Ogega


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Jacqueline Ogega, Ph.D, has over 20 years of experience in managing international development projects on women’s empowerment, child safeguarding, protection, education, training and policy development. She is the co-founder and president of Mpanzi Empowering Women and Girls. Ogega has worked for various humanitarian organizations including World Learning, Catholic Relief Services, Religions for Peace, Caritas, and the University of Nairobi. She established the African Women of Faith Network, a fundamental infrastructure for building multi-religious cooperation for action in Africa, while serving as the African Women’s project director at Religions for Peace in Africa. A survivor of violence, Ogega uses her personal narrative as a lens for her work. She has a doctorate in peace research, a masters in gender and development studies, a bachelors in education, and various advanced training. ​
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