Kenneth Atim

A public policy expert with over 12 years’ experience working in the Uganda Public Service, Kenneth Atim has worked as Acting Assistant Programme Manager, Research and Consultancy at CSCU. He has acquired extensive knowledge and experience in policy formulation, analysis, policy review, programme monitoring and evaluation, regulatory Impact Assessments, development planning, budgeting and implementation and facilitating trainings and workshops in both private and public sector.

Kenneth started his career in the Uganda Public Service in 2000 as a Policy Analyst in the Office of the Prime Minister and later as a Senior Policy Analyst in 2006 in the Ministry of Works and Transport and the Cabinet Secretariat, Office of the President as Principal Policy Analyst in 2013 before joining CSCU.

Kenneth is a graduate of Makerere University and Uganda Management Institute in the fields of social sciences and public administration. He has also attended various skills enhancing courses and obtained certificates in Gender in Economic Policy Management Initiative, Leadership and Change Management, Development Evaluation, Training of Trainers and Facilitation Skills; Project Monitoring and Evaluation; Regulatory Best Practice for Policy and Law Making, gender responsive economic policy management, climate change and trade, social safety net, Output Oriented Budgeting among others.

He is responsible for coordinating and managing policy research, innovation and consultancy services for the College as well as participating in designing and conducting training needs assessments; curriculum and training materials development; delivery of training programmes and providing support to other programmes of the College.