Twimukye Macline Mushaka
Senior Fieldwork Development Officer
Twimukye has been working with the Poverty Alliance in Glasgow as a Fieldwork Development Officer since 2008. Her main role is working with grassroots community based organisations and people with direct experience of poverty in getting their voices heard in policy and decision making structures at National and local levels. Twimukye is also responsible for Poverty Awareness Training including direct engagement with frontline professionals on issues poverty and social exclusion.
Previously, Twimukye worked as Executive Director of the National Union of Disabled Persons of Uganda (NUDIPU) in the late 1990s and as an independent advisor and consultant on disability and development issues in Eastern and Southern African regions until 2000. Twimukye has extensive experience of involvement with a range of third sector organisations in Scotland including being on the Board of the Scottish Refugee Council (2008 -2014) Member of the Board of Directors of One Parent Families ( 2013 – 2017), Bridging the Gap ( 2014 –March 2017). Twimukye is currently Chair of Information and Learning for All Project (ILFA), Secretary to the Board of Karibu Scotland and a member of the Board of Deaf Blind Scotland. She was appointed to the Independent Living Fund for Scotland Board in August 2016.
Twimukye has spoken on a range of topics on poverty, disability, refugees and migrants as well as gender related issues both at national and international levels.
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