Diana Oroma is the Project Officer, Women Peace and Security at the Peace Centre
She leads, plans, mobilizes and manages project resources, implementing and reporting to different stakeholders. Diana has managed peacebuilding projects like Promoting Women’s Effective Participation in Peace Building in Uganda in Yumbe, Adjumani, Kotido and Leading Voices: Strengthening Capacities for Gender Based Violence Prevention and Peace Building in Humanitarian Context in Adjumani District under the United Nations Entity for Gender Equality /UN Women program.
Diana brings to The Peace Centre her unique ability to manage project cycles, impart knowledge and skills, advocate and cause change. She has the ability to multitask, learn, adapt, document result oriented reports with most significant change stories.
She has over 12 years’ experience in planning, budgeting, implementation, coordination and management of programs. Before joining The Peace Centre, Diana worked at the Women Peace Initiatives Uganda (WOPI-U) as Deputy Coordinator (2012-2017) where she implemented post conflict interventions for formerly abducted women and girls in Uganda. She also worked at the Coalition for Health Promotion and Social Development as District Coordinator (2008-2010 and 2017-2018), where she led implementation of Social Accountability projects, and at the International Rescue Committee as Project Assistant in Ikafe Refugee settlement.
Diana has a Post Graduate Diploma in Project Planning and Management, a Bachelor’s degree in Development Studies and a Certificate in Administrative Law.