Moses Ddamulira is an assistant lecturer with the department of Community and Disability Studies. He holds a Masters in Social Sector Planning and Management, a Post graduate diploma in Community Based Rehabilitation and a Bachelor’s degree in Social work and Social Administration. He has vast experience in lecturing courses that relate to promotion of social justice for vulnerable individuals, groups and communities. Before joining academia, he worked with the Ministry of Gender, Labour and Social Development as Probation and Welfare Officer. Here he was actively involved in the field of child protection and child rights promotion.
Moses has been instrumental in developing and reviewing several academic programmes for Kyambogo University and other institutions. He has singly and on many occasions jointly accomplished small, medium and large scale research projects on disability, rehabilitation and community based inclusive development.
Ddamulira has helped in founding various social enterprises. One such agency is the CBR Africa Network an international Non-Governmental Organisation that champions information sharing of innovation and best practices in Community Based Rehabilitation in Africa. Moses subscribes to the National Association of Social Workers of Uganda and to the Association of professional Community Based Rehabilitation practitioners in Uganda.