Ms. Adeline Uwimana holds a bachelor’s degree in Public Relations from the Catholic Institute of Kabgayi (ICK). With professional experience in Gender Equality Disability and Social Inclusion (GEDSI), Qualitative Research, Communications, and Public Relations.
Currently serving as the Training Programs Manager at FATE Consulting Ltd., Ms. Adeline boasts over several years of experience in designing and delivering various training programs. Her role includes not only shaping the curriculum but also actively contributing to their execution. Adeline is the Lead Facilitator on Qualitative Research for the Inclusive Development Research and Resources Hub (ID-RRH), a platform championed by FATE for institutional and individual capacity strengthening. As part of this Hub, workshops designed and delivered by Ms. Adeline encompass a range of topics, including Participatory Qualitative Research Methods tailored for NGOs in Rwanda, Qualitative Research Methods for diverse audiences such as students and professionals as well as internal capacity building initiatives for FATE staff members, and field data collectors.
Having previously served as our Research and GEDSI Specialist, Ms. Adeline supported the design of GEDSI-focused projects, contributed to their execution and co-led qualitative research components of FATE’s consulting projects.
Prior to joining FATE Consulting Ltd., Ms. Adeline participated in a one-year Professional Development Program (PDP) at Nature Rwanda, a non-profit organization that strives to contribute to the conservation of biodiversity and ecosystems, as the Learning and Communication Analyst.
Ms. Adeline is a Rwandan Citizen who is fluent in English, French, and Kiswahili.