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Kimberley Ogonda

Kimberley has over 10 years of experience working on projects aimed at strengthening the rule of law and civil society in conflict and post-conflict settings, including Afghanistan, Cambodia, the East Africa region, Eastern Europe and Sri Lanka. In her previous roles, she served as a Legal Advisor at the European Centre for Not-for-Profit Law in The Hague and as a Programme Manager at Legal Action Worldwide. Kimberley also contributed her expertise as a Lobby and Advocacy Expert at Cordaid, collaborating in a Strategic Partnership with the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Her roles further include being an Advocacy Manager at the central coordinating body in Kabul, known as ACBAR. Kimberley has also undertaken legal research roles, including in Phnom Penh under the USAID-funded East-West Management Institute-Program of Rights and Justice and at the Public Law International Law Group in The Hague.