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Community Solutions Fellows

WISE is proud to be a host site for the IREX Community Solutions Program.

The IREX Community Solutions Program (CSP) is a professional leadership development program for the best and brightest community leaders worldwide. Community Solutions Fellows complete a four-month fellowship with a US nonprofit organization or local government agency. Fellows return home to apply their new skills through a community action project.

CSP is sponsored by the US Department of State with funding provided by the US government and supported in its implementation by IREX. Learn more and become a host site for CSP.

Click to skip to each CSP cohort year: 2023 | 2022 | 2021 | 2020 | 2019 | 2018

Get to know our CSP Fellows

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Bokani Thekwini

Botswana, CSP 2023

Bokani is a social work practitioner with experience in both civic and government entities where she has implemented social safety and social protection programs and psychosocial support programs.


Pamela Ratib

Uganda, CSP 2023

Pamela is a journalist who advocates for young refugee moms and adolescents. She raises awareness on the issues they face, including issues of child marriages, early pregnancies, and sexual abuse.

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Kaylee Kua

Singapore, CSP 2022

Kaylee works for, Daughters Of Tomorrow, a charity organization which enables livelihood opportunities for low-income women, where she manages and oversees all program operations and works closely with community partners to deliver all-rounded support for the women.

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Hau Nuam Vung

Myanmar, CSP 2022

Hau Nuam is the Community Development Coordinator for the Myanmar Baptist Convention and works with women's groups to build their skills in order to enhance their social and economic status.

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Florence Nakayi

Uganda, CSP 2022

Florence is the Community Outreach Coordinator for the Thread of Life Women Empowerment Ministries where she works with communities to address problems that women and children face, such as spousal abandonment, gender-based violence, and HIV.

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Caroline Luka

Malawi, CSP 2021

Caroline is a project assistant for Art and Global Health Center Africa and has expertise in developing and using human-centered curriculum and participatory arts as tools for trauma intervention.


Getrude Dyabene

Tanzania, CSP 2019

Getrude is a lawyer and a women and children’s rights activist. She works with the Legal and Human Rights Centre in Tanzania on issues of advocacy, law and policy reforms, gender-based violence, child abuse, and women and girls empowerment.


Florence Dorley

Liberia, CSP 2019

Florence is the executive director and co-founder of the Organization for Women Empowerment (OWE) in Liberia. Her work includes gender-based violence prevention and small business micro-lending for women entrepreneurs.


Hanin Omran

Syria, CSP 2018

Hanin has extensive background in humanitarian aid. She is the former Project Director for SOS Children's Villages Syria where her work focused on developing education centers for displaced children and mentorship with young adults.

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