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Anne Abaho

Graduated: 2008, Masters in Pan African Studies

Thesis title: From 6 years to 100 : Examining post-traumatic stress disorders among former child soldiers

Alumni information

Faculty Lecturer at 2 Universities:
Nkumba University
(Subject Areas: Third Word Issues and Political Thought)
St. Lawrence University
(Subject Areas: Governance & Peace Studies; Gender & Gender Development)
Research Fellow at ANPPCAN
(African Network for the Prevention and Protection against Child Abuse and Neglect)
Staff Writer for The New Vision
PO Box 9815
Kampala, Uganda
Phone: 256-41-235221
Email: wpike@newvision.co.ug

Graduate Student Information

Anne Abaho was born in Uganda. She completed her primary and high school education in Uganda. She completed her undergraduate from United States International University in Kenya. She studied International Relations and Journalism at Undergraduate. Anne is mainly interested in issues concerning the plight of children and women in war torn areas. Anne has written articles in New Vision and Monitor (both papers in Uganda) on issues regarding human rights and the rule of law, child soldiers and border security among others. She also completed a research project on ¿Human Rights and Internal Armed Conflict: Child Soldiers in Sub Saharan Africa¿ as part of her undergraduate study. Anne is currently enrolled at Syracuse University for masters in Pan African Studies. May 2008 Graduate

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