Dagmar Zwebe is the Country Representative for the GGGI Uganda program. In this capacity Dagmar aims to ensure timely, high quality delivery of GGGI’s commitments to the Government of Uganda, GGGI’s donors and other stakeholders. Dagmar is working closely together with the team in Uganda to support all stakeholders in achieving socially inclusive, environmentally sustainable and resource efficient green growth in Uganda.
Prior to joining the GGGI Uganda team, Dagmar was the Deputy Country Representative of the GGGI Indonesia Green Growth Program, a collaboration between GGGI and the Ministry of National Development Planning/National Development Planning Agency. Coming from a strong management background, and with a lot of Renewable Energy, Climate Change and gender and social inclusion experience she was in charge of the day-to-day staff and project management, specifically in the fields of the Green Climate Fund, Energy, Special Economic Zones, Knowledge and Capacity Development, and Communication.
Before joining GGGI, Dagmar was a Renewable Energy Sector Leader managing the quality and development of the Renewable Energy portfolio of SNV Vietnam existing out of multiple projects in the field of small and medium scale biogas, cookstoves, gasifiers and a number of other mainly biomass related projects and consultancies. Furthermore, she has also served at the Team Leader for a multi country (Cambodia, Lao PDR and Viet Nam) ADB funded Climate Change Mitigation project focusing on gender inclusion in mitigation initiatives.
Dagmar holds two MSc degrees; an Industrial Engineering and Management degree, from the University of Twente, the Netherlands and a Masters from SOAS School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London on Poverty Reduction; Policy and Practice with a specialization in Development Management.