Chercheur, Ouganda

Susan Bakesha currently works as a consultant with Development Alternatives Consult (DAC). She is a gender specialist with wide experience in gender research and training, policy analysis and advocacy.  She has participated in mainstreaming gender in government policies as well as a number of development projects aimed at improving the status of women.  She is affiliated with a number of women’s organizations in which she has been actively engaged on various projects including the National Women Candidates’ Training, Gender Budget Training, Gender and ICT, and Leadership Skills Training.

For the first time, I realized that I needed to link my inner being and sometimes spiritual being with my project. I learned to engage my brain more than usual and allow my spirit to be free to think and engage my surroundings to be able to discover the hidden meanings of my actions and the people around me. However, this took some time since I found it time consuming and sometimes demanding and exhausting. One of the main reasons was that it required one to have overall control over the project so as to be able to make decisions and gain ownership of them.
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Grace is an initiative envisioned and funded by
the International Development Research Centre (IDRC), developed by Research For the Future (RFF) and managed by The GRACE Project Voluntary Association
Grace est une initiative initiée et financée parle Centre de recherches pour le développement international (CRDI), développée par Research For the Future,
et gérée par l'Association Volontaire Projet de GRACE .