Dr. Charles Edaku
- Position: Director Kampla Campus
Dr. Charles Edaku is a lecturer, an administrator, researcher and development consultant. He is the founding Director; Nkumba University – Kampala Campus [2015 to date]. Dr. Edaku is a team leader with excellent performance management, multi-tasking and team building skills. His competences are also in designing and implementing collaborative learning. Edaku has impeccable abilities and skills in Higher Education Management in which he has offered training [capacity] building for HEIs. He has vast experience in research [basic and applied research]. He has published a number of articles in scientific journals locally and internationally. One of his recent articles was published in the UPEACE Africa Policy Series Vol. 2, No 1, 2015. His research interests are in governance, human rights and livelihoods planning. Dr. Edaku has conducted a series of baseline [feasibility] studies and mid–term/end-line evaluations for both local and international organisations. His competences are also in strategic planning and management in which he has developed a number of strategic plans for both academic institutions and CSOs. In 2013, Dr. Edaku was deployed by Inter-University Council for East Africa as a visiting lecturer at Hope Africa University – Bujumbura; Burundi. Between 2012 and 2013, he served as a visiting lecturer – Makerere University. Dr. Charles Edaku holds an impressive array of academic achievements namely: Postdoctoral Fellow [Cadbury Fellow]– University of Birmingham (2014), PhD in Rural Development – Universite Toulouse 2 le Mirail (2013), PhD Development Studies – Nkumba University ; MA Development Studies; Nkumba University (2006) and BA. Social Sciences; Makerere University (1996).
- Sustainable development,
- Human rights
- Livelihoods planning.
- Towards Sustainable Livelihoods: The Role of Frameworks in Livelihoods Planning: CORRUS Book; Mkuki na Nyota Publishers Ltd, ISBN 978-9987-753-98-7.
- Financial Inclusion and Women Empowerment in Uganda: A Case of Lango Sub Region, Northern Uganda; ECTIJ Vol. 2, No.1, 2018.