Esther Kafeete Kirabo

Assistant Secretary

A self-driven,Team building, highly motivated,  hardworking with leadership and administration experience gained over the years as an Administrator in NGO and  University; Very committed, with integrity, excellent organizational skills, and good interpersonal skills.


  • Master of Business Administration(Human Resource) from Makerere University in  -2022,
  • Post Graduate Diploma in Social Economic Security from Institute of Social Studies, Netherlands
  • Bachelor of Social Sciences (Hons)  of MAK  in  2002
  • Administrative Officers’ Law Certificate from Law Development Centre, Makerere

Research Interests

Organizational Factors and Gender Inequality in
Ugandan Universities.

This paper analyzed the contribution of organizational factors to gender inequality. The study analyzed whether there
are policies that institutions have that specifically facilitate women advancement. The study analyzed Organizational
policies including the staff development and reward management policies, working environment and recruitment and
selection practices at the selected universities. Most of the participants believed that there were no such facilitating
factors. Participants noted that they may not be documented but they consider girl child in sciences more than boys,
because if they get a girl in sciences, they take them as treasures since most of them are not interested in sciences. It was
important hence to find out whether any policies in the institution militate against advancement of women to
managerial positions. However, most of the participants did not agree. For example, participant 03 explained that
everyone struggles within the existing policies. This was reiterated by 05 when he noted that they are pro female not
against them.



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