Kaggwa George

School of Arts and Social Sciences

He is a behavioral change expert with close to twenty year’s experience. He has worked with a number of local and international Non-government organization in youth programming.

He has been involved in training and building capacity of project officers in designing and implementing youth programmes in Eastern and Central African region. He has also worked as a consultant in development of training materials and conducting training of trainer’s workshops for a number of organizations.

He has a master in youth and community studies from Brunel University in London and he also attended Open University of Tanzania and University of Nairobi. Kaggwa has been a school administrator and has taught at Tangaza University College since 2014.

He has co-authored a publication on the experiences of youth in Central Kenya. His areas of research include youth welfare and development and youth health promotion and adolescent health.