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Alice Doris Alal

Alice Doris holds degrees from Uganda Management Institute Kampala and Makerere University Kampala in addition to certificates in CP3-Community Based Surveillance-Master of Training of Trainers( TOT) a community Epidemic and pandemic preparedness program awarded by International Federation of Red Cross and Uganda Red Cross Society, Certificate in PHAST (Participatory Hygiene and Sanitation Transformation) awarded by Uganda Red Cross Society, Certificate in Emergency water and sanitation and hygiene (WASH) and Cash Transfer Programming(CTP) Training of Trainers(TOT) awarded by DanChurchAid in collaboration with Uganda Red Cross Society.

Alice joined EASSI as a Project Officer under the Gender and Economic Justice program, Making Trade Work for Women in East Africa Project. Alice is tasked with the responsibility of marking the often-neglected informal cross border women traders and women traders in general who form the greater majority in cross border trade that, it is possible to engage in formal trade and achieve economic independence and excellence. She collaborates with other government departments to ensure that the women traders are given all information they need in order to engage in profitable trade and she was in charge of the EASSI resource center at the OSBP-Elegu where women cross border traders sought assistance on anything related to trade.

Prior to joining EASSI, Alice worked with Uganda Red Cross Society as a Community Based Surveillance supervisor with a team of 20 volunteers in Rhino Camp and Host Community Arua. Alice ensured that the communities and society were strengthened with Health and WASH information in order to reduce the risk of diseases, detect and respond to epidemic threats early and be prepared for future risks. Alice also worked with East African School of Taxation-Uganda as the Human Resource and Administration officer where she was in charge of day-to-day administration and created a wide network of experts in tax and other disciplines whom she freely consults on issues
she deals with in her day-to-day work.

Alice Doris has worked as Research Assistant in both social and market research. Alice participated in a research for Ministry of Education in the study of the impact of HIV/AIDS on the education sector, with Population Services International on the relationship between community reproductive health awareness and level of education, with B.A.T(Uganda) and Coca-Cola International-Uganda. Alice Doris has very strong advocacy and networking skills and very passionate about fairness and equality in human relations and development.