Born on 14thJanuary 1965, Kayemba Patrickis a Development Practitioner, Researcher, Trainers, NGO Manager, and Social Development Change Agent with an MA in Community Based Development of Nkumba University and a Bachelor Degree of Development Studies from Nkumba University. He has a Post Graduate Diploma in Transport Planning and Managementfrom Galilee International Management Institute –Israel, Diploma in Project Planning and Management of Uganda Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Higher Diploma in Business Studies –Accountancy, He has specialised in Policy advocacy on issues of Sustainable Transport and Governance. He has over 20 years’ of experience in Coordinating and Managing Development Projects of all nature that include structural development, evaluation of projects and programs, midterm reviews, and poverty alleviation initiatives etc.He is currently the District Chairperson Iganga District Local Government. Formally he was the Executive Director–The First African Bicycle Information Organisation -FABIO 1999-2016.
Kayemba was the Chairperson of Transparency International Uganda, 2012 -2016 and a member of the Standing Committee of Economic, Social and Cultural Council -ECOSOCC of the African Union for ten years 2006-2015. He initiated and was Chairperson of the Civil Society Coalition onTransport CISCOT-Uganda among other positions of responsibility.Hehas special expertise in advocacy for good governance, democracy and promotion of Active Transportand Participation Citizens in policy development issues.
Mr. Kayemba was a member of the National Bus Rapid Transit project (BRT) for Kampala Technical committee, Finance, Infrastructure and Transport Services FITS of the Ministry Works and Transport and a member of the National technical Working Group of the Ministry of Works and Transport.Coordinated the development of the National Non Motorised NMT Transportpolicy (2012) and the Kampala Car free day 2012.He initiated the idea of adoptingUrban CableCarSystemsas a public transport innovation for Kampala in 2013.
A new paradigm for Mobility? Old demands and new realities – A European-African dialogue
from 14:50 to 15:10
Stage: SHIFT MOBILITY CONVENTION