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Albert Francis Ongom

Program Officer, Community Engagement

Albert is part of our program team as the Project Assistant for Women Adolescent and Young people (WAY) in West Nile and Acholi region. He is commonly known as ‘’Genius’’, first joined RAHU as a peer educator of the 2016 class of RAHU Peer Educators Academy. He is vibrant with abilities to learn new skill sets and work under minimum supervision. A Self-motivated young man who believes in young people’s potential to thrive, he shares his experiences, perspectives, opinions and aspirations to be influence his fellow peers, a skill that has seen him become the best male peer educator of class year 2016, an award cored of efforts to support others realize their sexual and reproductive health and rights. Albert is dedicated to advancing RAHU services making them comprehensible by the youth in rural areas of West Nile. He is responsible for assuring meaningful and effective integration of youth reproductive health perspectives across Reach A Hand Uganda (RAHU)’s programme activity outputs implemented in the West Nile and Acholi regions of Uganda.

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