About Me


Dr. Martha Kibukamusoke holds a Doctorate degree in Sociology and a Master of Arts degree in development studies from Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University of South Africa. She is currently a Senior Lecturer with various Universities in Uganda. She has a wealth of experience both in research and programme interventions for combating child labour, developing organizational strategic plans and developing training manuals. She believes that through research, new innovations can be initiated and developed. A number of her research work has been and is still being published in international and local journals worldwide. 

Through various studies carried out over the years, she has been able to work individually and with a number of teams to publish peer reviewed articles in international journals. Dr. Kibukamusoke aims at providing strategic guidance to University students by providing hands on services in executing the mission, vision, goals and objectives for a highly valued education system. She seeks to work with different faculties to contribute to the creation of a better society through engagement with present and future challenges within their individual core areas. Dr. Kibukamusoke is always willing to learn using the SWOT for particular faculties and always aims at using their strengths to move ahead.

Through her research, she has also worked as a consultant for various organizations on advocacy projects in relation to gender-based violence campaigns, children’s rights, poverty eradication, the right to social security and transparency. 

Dr. Martha Kibukamusoke is also a research fellow with Digital women Uganda  Twitter #DigitalWomen and #DigitalWoman. This organization aims at inspiring women or girls to the front to own and freely use their digital space