Agnes Igoye

Survivor Leader,
National Deputy Coordinator
for Prevention of Trafficking
in Persons in Uganda

UAS Survey Leader​ for
​Uganda Survey Questions

Agnes Igoye has served 19 years in the Government of Uganda’s Ministry of Internal Affairs, currently as the Deputy National Coordinator Prevention of Trafficking in Persons and Training Manager at the Directorate of Citizenship and Immigration Control. She has provided her expertise to several organizations, including the U.N. Office on Drugs and Crime, the U.N. Development Program, and the International Organization for Migration.

She is also a member of the Clinton Global Initiative, with a commitment of action to counter human trafficking and founder of the Huts For Peace program, which works to rebuild war-torn communities. She is a 2010/11 Humphrey Fellow, University of Minnesota (Human Trafficking, Policy and Prevention), A certified human trafficking investigator from the Not For Sale academy in San Francisco, USA and Studied Forced Migration at the University of Oxford UK. Agnes received a Global Development and Social Justice Certification with a special session with President Jimmy Carter at Emory University, Atlanta Georgia in 2011.

Some of her work includes:
Recipient of 2014 Distinguished Leadership Award for Internationals-University of Minnesota.
An Agent Against the Sale of Humans.
The Fulbright Effect: How do we shape the future of public diplomacy and global education?
The Women in Public Service Project.
Fulbright Minds Panel: Leaders in Social Entrepreneurship.

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