Johnson Kagugube

Name Johnson Lubega Kagugube Address P. O. Box 905, Entebbe Telephone +256-772-501395/ +256-712-501395/ +256-751-501395 E-mail Nationality: Ugandan Date of birth: May 14th, 1963 Gender: Male 2. EMPLOYMENT RECORD: Title of Current Post: Director, District Statistics and Capacity Development, Employment: Dates Position and Responsibilities Institution Feb. 2006 to Present Director, District Statistics and Statistical Capacity Building - Programme Coordinator, Statistical Capacity Building Programme - Programme Coordinator for the Community Information System - Capacity Builder;, Integration of Qualitative and Quantitative Techniques of Data Collection to enrich the Household Survey Findings -In-charge of district profiling and administrative records (HLG Statistical Abstracts and Profiles) Uganda Bureau of Statistics Apr 2000 to Jan 2006 Principal Statistician in charge of Statistical Capacity Building - National Core Researcher for the Uganda Participatory Poverty Assessment Project - Programme Coordinator/ Counterpart to the Statistical Advisor on the Cooperation Project between Statistics Denmark and UBOS - Programme Coordinator of the Cooperation Project Socio-economic Surveys in 5 districts - Training and equipping the 5 Cooperation Project districts - Organise district staff to utilize data collected at national level to generate district specific information -Coordinator for the production of the District Census Analytical Reports Involvement in the 2002 Population and Housing Census Activities - Providing technical support to the districts - Programme Coordinator for the Community Information System Uganda Bureau of Statistics Aug.1998 to Mar. 2000 Statistician - Head of Household Survey Data Analysis Unit - National Core Researcher on the Uganda Participatory Poverty Assessment Project (UPPAP) - Analysis and dissemination of quantitative and qualitative data - Project Coordinator/ Counterpart to the Statistical Advisor on the Cooperation Project between Statistics Denmark and the Statistics Department - Member on the Poverty Trend Analysis Team working with CSAE, University of Oxford Statistics Department, Population and Social Statistics Section Nov.1994 to Aug.1998 Statistician - Head of Household Survey Data Analysis Unit - Assistant Coordinator UDHS/ Field Supervisor - One of the Officers responsible for Household Survey Organisation and supervision of fieldwork for Third Monitoring Survey 1995/6, and Fourth Monitoring Survey 1997 - Technical Committee member representing former Statistics Department on the Needs Assessment for Safe Motherhood - Technical Committee member representing the former Statistics Department during the drafting of the first Poverty Eradication Action Plan (PEAP) - One of the two officers from the former Statistics Department deeply involved in the Analysis of the Poverty trends in Uganda since 1989 using Household Survey data - Field Supervisor on the Institutional District Resource Endowment Census under the Decentralization Secretariat. Statistics Department, Population and Social Statistics Section Oct.1993 to Nov.1994 Statistician - Tabulation of Census - Analysis of the census data and writing analytical reports - Dissemination of census data - Train staff of the districts and line ministries in census data analysis and report writing Statistics Department, Population and Social Statistics Section 1991 Census Data Analysis Oct.1990-Sept 1992 Statistician/ Computer Programmer for the 1991 Population and Housing Census - Designing of data entry screens - Writing programs to edit the census data - Editing census data - Training of data entry clerks - Supervision of data processing staff - Writing programs to tabulate data - Tabulating the census data - Management of computer data files Statistics Department, Population and Social Statistics Section, 1991 Census Data Processing Centre Aug.1988-Sept 1989 Statistician - Publicity of agricultural census activities - Designing of the census questionnaire - Recruitment of enumerators - Training of local government supervisors and enumerators - Distribution of Census materials - Supervision of field work Ministry of Agriculture on secondment from the Statistics Department Dec.1987-Aug.1988 Statistician Compiling data for computation of GDP and other indices Statistics Department, National Accounts Section Jul - Aug 1987 Field Supervisor Census of Civil Servant/ Manpower Survey, Ministry of Economic Planning 3. EDUCATION: (DEGREES AND HIGHER DIPLOMAS) Period Degree/ Diploma Subject University/Institution 2008-9 Post Graduate Diploma Project Planning and Management Uganda Management Institute 1992-3 Masters Degree Population Studies Regional Institute for Population Studies, University of Ghana, Legon 1989-90 Post Graduate Diploma Computer Processing Information System and Sample survey undertaking International Statistical Programs Center, U.S Bureau of Census, USA 1984-7 Bachelors Degree Statistics Institute of Statistics and Applied Economics, Makerere University 4. SHORT-TERM TRAINING ATTENDED Period Topic Place September, 1989 Management Communication Marlow Heights, for Development Maryland, U.S.A March, 1990 Project Management and Orlando,Florida Evaluation U.S.A July, 1990 Field Operations Training Centre County in Socio-Economic Sample Pennsylvania, Surveys U.S.A July, 1991 Workshop on Computer Software I.S.A.E, of Relevance to Africa Makerere Univ. December, 1991 The Third International Harare, Workshop on Population Zimbabwe Databases & Related Topics August, 1991 Workshop on Databases and I.S.A.E Data Communications Makerere Univ. March, 1998 Working visit to the University of Oxford, U.K to generate Poverty Trends in Uganda using Household Survey Data Aug-Sept, 1998 Training on Participatory Poverty Assessment in preparation for the First Participatory Poverty Assessment in Uganda, Kigumba Uganda. July 2000 Poverty Measurement and Analysis Training Workshop at the East African Statistical Training Center, Dar el Salaam, Tanzania January 2001 Poverty Analysis and Monitoring Seminar held at the Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration, Accra, Ghana September 2001 Training on Conducting Participatory Poverty Assessment in preparation for the Second Participatory Poverty Assessment, Mbale, Uganda. October 2002 Training of Engagement and Management of Consultants, Windsor, Entebbe, Uganda July 2003 Training on Dealing with data from participatory studies: Bridging the gap between qualitative and quantitative methods; Statistical Services Centre of the University of Reading, UK October, 2003 Training in Sample Survey Methods, Windsor, Entebbe, Uganda. November, 2004 Basic Seminar on Financial and Contractual Procedures of the European Development Fund 9, Kampala, Uganda November, 2005 Training of Trainers Course December, 2006 Integration of Qualitative and Quantitative Techniques of Data Collection Workshop, Dakar, Senegal April, 2007 Expert Group Meeting on Statistical Capacity Building, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia April 2009 Training on Generation of Food Security Statistics by OIC-SESRIC More trainings and exposure visits have been made since then

Fields of specialization

CBMS, Gender & women’s empowerment, Poverty and inequality , Health and nutrition, Education and training, Impacts of government programs, Labour markets and employment


Title Country Themes
A Livelihood Approach to Understand Financial Inclusion as Informed by the Community Based Monitoring System (CBMS) Study in Katakwi Subcounty of Katakwi District Uganda Financial inclusion
Enhancing the Implementation of the Community Information System to Inform Youth Employment Strategie Uganda Labour markets and employment , Youth and children


Mr. Johnson Kagugube
Executive Director
Development Research and Training (DRT)

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