Ms. Norah Madaya is an expert with more than 22 years of experience. She is a scholar of Strategic Leadership and a strategic leader, has vast experience in designing, management and coordination of statistical systems. She has vast knowledge about statistical development acquired through evaluations and peer reviews of National statistical systems, and currently engaged in exploration of compiling Citizen Generated Data by CSOs and the Private Sector Institutions.
Norah is a Director of Statistical Coordination Services at the Uganda Bureau of Statistics (UBOS). She is responsible for statistical planning at UBOS and the National Statistical System. She oversees the coordination of the National Statistical System, gender mainstreaming in statistics production, Monitoring and Evaluation of statistical programmes, statistics quality assurance, as well as the design and evaluation of Sectoral Strategies for the Development of Statistics.
She has contributed to the development of guidelines for mainstreaming gender in statistical production under UNWomen, and Guidelines for designing Statistical Plans for Agriculture and Rural Statistics (SPARS) through FAO. She also supported the Scandinavian Support Program to Strengthen the Institutional Capacity of the National statistics, Mozambique, and undertook evaluations of National Strategies for the Development of Statistics (NSDSs) implementation for; Liberia, Sudan, Nigeria, and Malawi; and profiling of Sub National Statistical Systems in Ghana, Uganda, Zimbabwe and Tanzania; and supported Sectoral mainstreaming in the NSDS in Mozambique, Tanzania and Zimbabwe.