Dagmar Zwebe

As Uganda Country Representative, Dagmar aims to ensure the GGGI Uganda program supports the Government of Uganda with reaching their commitments towards a model of green growth. Dagmar stands 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 Uganda team, Dagmar was the Deputy Country Representative of GGGI Indonesia for a period of three years.

Dagmar is a specialist in, and feels passionate about, Renewable Energy, Climate Change and Gender and Social Inclusion while at the same time loving a good management challenge. This is also why Dagmar holds two MSc degrees; one in Industrial Engineering and Management, from the University of Twente, the Netherlands (1999-2005) 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 (2014-2016). Dagmar made use of the COVID19 lockdown period to also obtain a “Leading Economic Growth” Certificate from Harvard Kennedy School.

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