Atwongyeire Doreen

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Atwongyeire Doreen
Atwongyeire Doreen
Assistant Lecturer, Ecological and Agro studies

Atwongyeire Doreen is an Assistant Lecturer of Ecological and Agro Studies at Bishop Stuart University, Department of Agriculture, Agribusiness, and EnvironmentFaculty of Agriculture, Environmental Sciences and Technology. She holds a Master of Science Degree in Agro-Ecology from Uganda Martyrs University, a Postgraduate Diploma in Project Planning and Management from Uganda Management Institute and a Bachelor’s Degree in Environmental Management from Bishop Stuart University.

She is a PhD Candidate of Agroecology and Food systems at Uganda Martyrs University.

  1. 2019 to date: PhD Candidate of Agroecology and Food Systems, Uganda Martyrs University
  2. 2015- 2017: Master of Science degree in Agroecology, Uganda Martyrs University
  3. 2014-2015: Postgraduate Diploma in Project Planning and Management, Uganda Management Institute.
  4. 2013 July: Certificate in Project Planning and Management, International Summer School, Cardiff Metropolitan University, United Kingdom
  5. 2007-2010: Bachelor’s Degree in Environmental Management, Bishop Stuart University
  6. 2005-2006: Uganda advanced certificate of education (UACE), Kitagwenda High School, Kitagwenda District.
  7. 2001-2004: Uganda Certificate of Education (UCE), Kibubura Girls Secondary School –Ibanda.
  8. 1992– 1999: Primary Leaving Examination Certificate (PLE), Nyakasura Junior School – Kabarole.
  1. September 2012 to date: Assistant Lecturer, Department of Agriculture, Agribusiness and Environmental Science, Bishop Stuart University
  2. 2013: Private Researcher (World Wide Fund), Isingiro District Local Government
  3. November 2013 to July 2014: Sub County Supervisor, Universal Coverage of LLINS, Ministry of Health
  4. May 20th 2012 to August 2012: Teacher Lawrence High School- Kamwenge
  5. 2011- 2012: Private researcher (UNDP through IUCN), Isingiro District Local Government
  6. January 2012 – 12t h May: Uwezo Project, Parents Concern Programme Uganda
  7. January 2011- December 2011: Kabuga Parents SS (Biology and Agriculture Teacher)
  8. 2010: Researcher (GEF), Isingiro District Local Government
  1. Atwongyeire Doreen, Ssekandi Joseph, Tumwesigye Wycliffe, Ndihiziwe Daniel, Nagawa Goretty. Land Use Practices in the Rural and Urban Sub Catchments of River Rwizi, Western-Uganda; Their Effect on Its Ecological Characteristics. International Journal of Energy and Environmental Science. Vol. 3, No. 2, 2018, pp. 45-50. doi: 10.11648/j.ijees.20180302.11
  2. Wycliffe Tumwesigye, Doreen Atwongyire, Peninah Ayebare, Daniel Ndizihiwe. Climate Smart Soil and Water Conservation Practices: A Way Forward for Increasing Crop Production Among Smallholder Farmers in South Western Uganda. American Journal of Agriculture and Forestry. Vol. 6, No. 2, 2018, pp. 28-37. doi: 10.11648/j.ajaf.20180602.12
  3. Goretty Nagawa, Gershom Atukunda, Milton Nuwabimpa and Doreen Atwongyeire (2018). Community perceptions towards the implications of human activity on River Rwizi, Uganda. International Research Journal Vol. 6(7), 1-8, July (2018)
  4. Ndizihiwe Daniel, Tumwesigye Wycliffe, Atwongyeire Doreen, Bahame David, Musinguzi Charles, Amanya Martin and Kalibwani Rebecca (2018). Acacia trees enhance soil nitrogen that influences grass crude protein in African rangeland. Researchjournali’s Journal of Ecology   Vol. 5 | No. 3 June | 2018
  5. Wycliffe Tumwesigye, Louis Rugerinyange, Claude Hakizimana, Doreen Atwongyeire, Goretty Nagawa, Daniel Ndizihiwe, Strengthening Conservation of Owl-Faced Monkeys (Cercopithecus Hamlyni) in the Albertine Rift Region (ARR), International Journal of Natural Resource Ecology and Management. Vol. 3, No. 4, 2018, pp. 58-65. doi: 10.11648/j.ijnrem.20180304.13