Michael Katagaya is a Ugandan social entrepreneur. He is a Co-founder and Team Leader of Evidence And Methods Lab (EML), a civic tech initiative that is promoting access to justice by simplifying, visualizing and sharing critical legal information.
Michael has 10 years’ experience supporting organisations to design and implement measurement frameworks, as a Learning, Monitoring and Evaluation (LME) expert, with keen interest in utilization of evidence for learning, public engagement and innovation. He has worked with regional, government and donor organizations including Twaweza East Africa and its education programme Uwezo, and DFID funded Strengthening Evidence Based Decision Making (SEBDM) Programme hosted by the Office of the Prime Minister of Uganda.
He is an alumnus of the World Bank supported Centre for Learning on Evaluation and Results (CLEAR) – South Africa, and with a bachelor’s degree in Adult and Community Education of Makerere University Kampala, where he also completed a Master of Arts degree in Social Sector Planning and Management.
He’s currently a candidate of the U.S embassy supported African Civic Engagement Academy at the University of Georgia, USA