Mr Kakembo Fredderick

EDUCATION & TRAINING
Dates June 2012 Alumni; Brown International advanced research Institute; Brown University, Rhode Island, USA Dates January 2006- August 2010 Title of qualification PhD Principle subjects Community Education & Training Name of Institution University Of Pretoria, South Africa Dates 1991– 1993 Title of qualification Masters of Education (Curriculum and Educational media) Makerere University, Uganda Dates 1985– 1988 Title of qualification Bachelor of Arts with Education, Makerere University, Uganda Work experience 2014 to date Deputy Vice Chancellor; Ndejje University 2008-2013 Associate Dean, School of research and Graduate School; Uganda Christian University 2000-2008 Dean of Students, Uganda Christian University 1996-2000 Lecturer, Ndejje University 1993-1996 Director of studies, Uganda Martyrs Secondary School; Namugongo Project experience 2012 Reviewed HIV/AIDS Toolkit for Higher Education Institutions in Africa and recommended appropriate online course delivery. This was a Consultancy-based assignment done for the Association of African Universities ; USD 10,000
Coordinated the production of the ‘Be a Man’ video vignettes for Young,
Coordinated the production of the ‘Be a Man’ video vignettes for Young, Empowered And Health (YEAH): funded by USAID and supervised by Health Communications Partnership (HCP). Without using words, the video Vignettes convey health messages and generate debate. Find 3 of them attached (i.e. Reproductive Health, Domestic violence and Faithfulness) on http://www.youtube.com/user/fredkakembo. 2011-13 Member of the International Network on Water Environment and Health; Charged with developing ten modular education programs, based on harmonized communication strategies, that foster a better understanding of linkages between water, sanitation, hygiene, food security and health to consumers, practitioners, policy/decision-makers and health promoters, and to deliver these programs in 30 countries by 2018. 2011-13 Consultant and Uganda country coordinator for the Project entitled; wastewater management in Uganda; coordinated by the United Nations University Institute of Water health and Environment (INWEH). Publications Kakembo F (2018) Sanitation as Business: Diversifying Income and livelihoods for Women in Fishing Villages in Uganda: Journal of the Asian Development Perspectives 2018; 9 (1):51-67 Kakembo, F (2018) “New Wine in New Skins: Interactive Platforms and Civic Participation in Uganda”. Chapter in a book entitled Traditional & New Media of Mass Communication: Issues and Perspectives. Published by Kwara State University, Nigeria Kakembo F (2017) Obstacles and Opportunities for Psycho-Social Support Services for Older Persons Living with HIV/AIDS in Uganda. J Aids Hiv Infe 3(1): 104 Frederick Kakembo. F, Makumbi. R (2017) Broadening Perceptions and Parameters for Quality Assurance in University Operations in Uganda; Broadening Perceptions and Parameters for Quality Assurance in University Operations in Uganda; JHEA/RESA Vol. 15, No 1, 2017, pp 69-88 © Council for the Development of Social Science Research in Africa, 2017 (ISSN 0851–7762) Kakembo, F & Kibukamusoke, M. (2016) Blending Traditions and Modernity: Television, Education and Development Communication for Urban Youths in Uganda; Journal of Communication and Media Research, Vol. 8, No. 1, April 2016, 125 – 140 Kakembo, f., Najjuma, s and Kyeswa, G (2016) Youth, Media and Peace Sustainability in Uganda; Journal of Communication and Media Research, Vol. 8, No. 1, April 2016, 125 – 140 Kakembo. F & Mbabazi. F (2014) Popular Media and Lifelong Education of Urban Youth in Uganda; Journal of Education Research in Africa (JERA) n°6 Kuteesa MO, Wright S, Seeley J, Mugisha J, Kinyanda E, Kakembo F, Mwesigwa R, Scholten F. (2014) Experiences of HIV-related stigma among HIV-positive older persons in Uganda – a mixed methods analysis. SAHARA-J. 2014; 11(1):126-37.
Kakembo. F (2012) Young Peoples’ Perception of Televised HIV/AIDS Educational Programmes in Uganda;
Kakembo. F (2012) Young Peoples’ Perception of Televised HIV/AIDS Educational Programmes in Uganda; Journal of Communication and Media Research (JCMR) Volume 4 No. 2 Chamberlain. F, Ssonko. M, Okello, A. Namuyonga. F, Nakabembe. E, Kakembo. F (2011) Enhancement of East African Universities Contribution Towards Attainment of Millenium Development Goal 5 (Improving Maternal Health; Bradfast Print Shoppe, Canada Kakembo. F (2011) Youth and Evolving Loyalties: Cultural Heritage and New Media in Contemporary Africa. Published in the Clearinghouse network newsletter “News on Children, Youth and Media in the World” Kakembo. F (2011) Edutainment and the Social Media in the Contemporary African Context: Analysis of the Uses and Gratification Model; A book chapter presented under the title; Critique and Application of Communication Theories; Covenant University; Nigeria Kakembo. F (2012) Innovative Education and Training for Community-based Water Protection Units: International Water Association (IWA) online journal of Water Practice and Technology. Kakembo. F (2011) Innovative Water Management for Lakeside communities in Uganda: The Eco- hydro-social Health Approach. Journal of Hydrologic Environment; UNESCO IHP HELP Programs special Edition 7(1) 131-136; 2011 Kakembo. F (2008) Exploring television HIV/AIDS Education in the light of the needs, expectations and preferences of the urban youth in Uganda; International Journal of learning Papers in International conferences Kakembo. F (2018) “University Education and Waste-to-Wealth Entrepreneurship for youth employment in Uganda” presented at the 7th annual conference “Universities, Entrepreneurship and Enterprise Development in Africa” on 13 to 14 September 2018; in Bonn-Rhein-Sieg University of Applied Sciences (Germany). The project is coordinated by the German Federal Ministry of Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) and the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD). Kakembo. F (2018) Business Models for Stakeholders’ Engagement in Promoting Municipal Sanitation, Environment, Energy and Food Security: presented at Wageningen University (Netherlands) on the 7-8th November 2018 under the theme; “Rethinking resilience at the urban Nexus of water, energy, food and environment” (ResNexus2018). Kakembo. F (2018) Entrepreneurial Models of Stakeholder Engagement in Renewable Energy (RE) Development in Uganda; Issues, challenges and Prospects in Uganda; presented at the 2nd World Community Power Conference WCPC2018 in Bamako, Mali, from 8-10 November 2018. Kakembo. F (2018) University-Community linkages for Waste-to-Wealth Enterprises (WWE): presented at the GREEN INNOVATIONS EXPO AND CONFERENCE on 21st and 22nd June 2018: Harare, Zimbabwe Kakembo. F (2017) Universities and Clean Cities: Building Synergies and Partnerships for Sustainable Waste Management; Paper presented at the Fifth Annual International Conference on Sustainable Development September 18-19, 2017 University of Columbia, USA Kakembo. F (2015) University and Community Service: Social and Entrepreneurial Models of wastewater Management; presented at the 7th world water Forum Daegu and Gyeongbuk, Republic of Korea.
Kakembo. F (2014) Business Models for Engaging Marginalized Fishing Communities in Wastewater Recycling in Uganda
Kakembo. F (2014) Business Models for Engaging Marginalized Fishing Communities in Wastewater Recycling in Uganda. Paper Presented at the Gender, Water and Development conference; East London, South Africa 2-9th November 2014 Kakembo. F (2012) Education the Key to Engagement, Empowerment and Evidence-Based Decision-Making; Water sanitation and health (WASH) activities in Formal education; presented at the World Water Forum, Marseilles; France March 12-18th 2012: Kakembo. F (2012) Education for Transformation: From Disposal to Marketing of Wastewater in Uganda: presented at the Singapore Water convention June 1-5 2012 Kakembo. F (2012) New Spaces for New Generations: Virtual Theatre for Civic Engagement of Youths in Uganda. Community Communication Video projects presented at the International Association for Media and Communication Research (IAMCR) Conference, University of Kwazulu- Natal, Durban, South Africa Kakembo. F (2012) Innovative Education and Training for Community-based Water Protection Units; Singapore Water convention July 1-5 2012 Kakembo. F (2012) Youth, Edutainment and Social Media in Uganda: Are the frontiers of Citizenship and Civic participation broadening. Presented at Brown International advanced research Institute; Brown University Rhode Island, USA Kakembo. F (2012) Socio-economic and Policy Factors in Wastewater Disposal in Uganda: Constraints and Opportunities; presented at the congress for The International Water Association (IWA): Dublin, May 2012 Kakembo. F (2012) Youths, Citizenship and Civic participation: Are Social Media Broadening the Domains of Learning in Uganda? University of Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa Kakembo. F (2011) Consumerism, Identity and Participatory Culture: Positioning African Youth in The New Media; Presented at the at the International Conference on Children’s and Young People’s Media in Africa: under the theme; Evolving Markets, Producers and Audiences; Communication and Media Research Institute (CAMRI), University of Westminster, UK Kakembo. F (2011) Innovative Water Management for Lakeside Communities in Uganda: The Eco- hydro-Social Health Approach: Symposium organized by UNESCO, the International Hydrological Program, the Panama Canal Authority and the Hydrology for the Environment, Life and Policy (HELP). Panama November 2011 Kakembo. F & Mukooza E (2010) Educational Issues and challenges related to water, health and environment in Uganda. Presented at the United Nations University –Institute of Water, Environment & Health, McMaster University Canada 12th October 2010; Kakembo. F (2010) Television and HIV awareness: Influence of subcultures on audience perception of risk. Presented at the International AIDS conference, Vienna Kakembo. F (2010) Convergence of cultural and technological dimensions in HIV education & communications: presented at conference under the theme; Communication and Citizenship: Rethinking Crisis and Change’. at the International Association for Media and Communication Research (IAMCR) Conference, Braga, Portugal Kakembo. F (2008) Images of HIV in the Youth Creative media; Presented at the International AIDS conference Mexico