Kabatabazi Patricia is an environmentalist by profession, is a trained gender practitioner with a certificate in Gender Mainstreaming Training of trainers in projects by Gender and Water Alliance , She has held the position as working with Community based Impact Assessment Network for Eastern Africa(CIANEA) as Gender mainstreaming Trainer of trainers in Projects and Environment Impact Assessments in small community activities.
Patricia has done research, documented, published and presented in forums like world water week in Sweden for 3 years, World Water Forums and Common Wealth Of Government Meeting – 2007 Uganda, and First Global Forum on Human Resources for Health - 2008.
The goal is to mitigate environmental problems like diseases which affect community day to day and where as if environment is used sustainable can reduce diseases which take more funds in treating, so it is better to work together to eliminate such problems.
Networking and working together for a cause. Lack of Funds for mobilising more women in the region Gender mainstreaming in transboundary water resource management
My Vision for the Future
Having good environment from collective efforts