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Dorah Ntunga joined Oxfam in 2013 and is currently the Information, media and communication Officer in Uganda. The media and communications work contributes to Oxfam's country strategy which focuses on rights in crisis, economic rights, pastoralists' rights, social rights including governance and accountability, and women's rights for bringing change in Uganda.
Dorah is in charge of media related work, information and story content and generally profiling and communicating the holistic view of the country programmes. Dorah has a BA honours degree in Mass Communications, Public relations and a couple of years experiences in NGO communications and national private sector PR work.
In her free time she loves reading, tending to flowers, watching movies, travelling and being around children!
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