Mr Amanyire Fredrick holds a Masters degree in Sustainable energy engineering from KTH royal institute of technology and offers diverse experience in the renewable energy sector plus other engineering fields, his great knowledge guides ASEI in its engineering project design and implementation.
Throughout the years he has attained skills in Research & Development, programming, contract management, environmental awareness, statistical data analysis, consultation, environmental awareness with vast knowledge most engineering software’s including MATLAB, Solidworks.
He previously worked as an Energy systems engineer at Uganda industrial research institute (UIRI) from September 2011 to June 2013, he further held a position at SEAP engineers LTD as the project engineer and currently lectures at the department of biosystems engineering Gulu university.



Jackline W. Nafuna is social sector development professional, with a 10-year hands-on experience in government and NGO sector work. Jackline is a finalist of Master of Arts Degree in Development Studies from Uganda Martyrs University Nkozi. She holds a First Class Post Graduate Diploma in Project Planning and Management from Uganda Management Institute and a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Social Sciences of Makerere University.
She also undertook a one-year transformational leadership training and mentorship program (2018-2019) by Capacity Building Leadership Institute based in Tanzania. In addition to these, she has attained professional certificates in the following courses: Administrative Law by Law Development Centre, Public Administration and Management, HIV/AIDS Counseling and Computer Applications.
On job capacity building skills attained include; Resource Mobilization, Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights, Mental Health and Psychosocial Support (MHPSS), Child Protection, Skillful Parenting, Gender and Peace Building, Gender Responsive Pedagogy, Organizational Development, Report Writing, Accountability, Conflict Management, Communication and Monitoring and Evaluation.
Jackline currently works with Forum for African Women Educationalists-Uganda Chapter since 2014 where she started as Program Assistant to current position as Program Officer. While at FAWE Uganda, Jackline has directly implemented more than 05 projects and these are in areas of Education Scholarships, Gender and Peace Building in Schools, Promoting Girls Rights to Education, Participation and Equality, Adolescent Sexual Reproductive Health and Rights, Child Protection and Advocacy. Before joining the NGO sector, Jackline worked as Deputy Academic Registrar and Administrative Assistant at Uganda Technical College Elgon for 4 years.



Dr. Andrew Dansie is a Senior Lecturer in Humanitarian Engineering at the University of New South Wales, Sydney in Australia and an advisor on the solar powered UV-C purification technology. He has 15 years of experience in the water and development sector spanning the private sector, multilateral organisations, universities and an NGO. His time as a Research Fellow with the United Nations University Institute for Water, Environment and Health saw him work with projects and partners across six continents.
As Project Director of a four-year global assessment of transboundary water projects, he coordinated over 100 scientists and stakeholders to better understand the scientific needs for managing the world’s rivers, lakes, aquifers, coastal and ocean environments.
Dansie completed his PhD at the University of Oxford. His research was on the marine fertilization effect of dust originating from ephemeral rivers in Southern Africa. Dansie completed his Masters at the University of Adelaide, where was the Medal recipient for outstanding research, and holds a BSc from Flinders University in South Australia. He is an Honorary Research Associate at the University of Oxford and is on the UNDP vetted expert roster for international freshwater resources management.