Angwech Jennifer is an Assistant Lecturer in the Department of Development, Peace and Conflict Resolution under the college of Humanities and Social Sciences,
Jennifer obtained her Master of Arts in Development Studies from Uganda Martyrs University, Uganda. In 2004, obtained a Bachelor of Arts in Education from Kyambogo University, Kampala, Uganda. She also has several training certificates including a certificate in Youth Trainers’ course from the Educate Developing Young Leaders & Entrepreneurs in Africa Program, a certificate in Gender and Sexual and Reproductive Health from the John Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health-Global Health e-Learning Centre. She also has a certificate in Youth and Sexual Reproductive Health, also from the John Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health-Global Health e-Learning Centre.
Jennifer has been an indispensable member of the College and contributes significantly to the pastoral care of the students. Her research interests include the provision of creative and cost-efficient ways of combating sexual and reproductive issues in the developing region of East Africa.
She is determined to shape current and future students’ minds to achieve enviable and great heights within Africa and globally according to the motto of the Institution.