Dr. Ada Juni Okika is an educationist and capacity development and knowledge management expert who develops programs and strategies, organizes education and training, carries out research, and ensures the successful implementation of initiatives, particularly on peace, women, and school support programs. Her strengths in developing ideas into programs and building top-performing initiatives have earned her repeated commendations and formal recognition from colleagues and peers.
As an advocate, Dr. Ada Juni Okika has provided advisory notes to legislative houses on the education of children and the improvement of community classrooms on quality and inclusive education. She has addressed gender issues of women in less privileged situations and annually empowers women in the community through education, economic empowerment, and trade exchange initiatives. She is a consultant to many international organizations and governments on the work of the United Nations and their 2030 Development Agenda.
Dr. Ada Juni Okika is very passionate about what she does and is determined to ensure that issues concerning women and girls, youth and children, education in community classrooms, and grassroots initiatives are addressed and achieved for the 2030 Development Agenda. She aspires to do more and hopes her accomplishments and many more to come will be remembered in history as a model for the younger generations. In her words, “let’s step-up action for the future we want for our generation.” This is what drives her efforts and commitment to what she knows how to do well.