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    Ms. Agnes Igoye has served 14 years in the Government of Uganda’s Ministry of Internal Affairs, currently as senior immigration officer/training coordinator for the Directorate of Citizenship and Immigration Control in Kampala, Uganda.She is responsible for planning, designing, and conducting training activities on such topics as irregular migration and counter trafficking, passport/document fraud, organized crime, and effective boarder management. She supervises the passport office in Kampala and represents the Ministry in various national and intergovernmental committees involved with peace and security strategies. Ms. Igoye also has worked alongside the International Organization for Migration and the U.S. Department of Justice on raising awareness about and training law enforcement to counter human trafficking in Uganda. She received a Master of Arts in sociology from Makerere University and a post-graduate diploma in management from the Uganda Management Institute in Kampala.During her fellowship year, Ms. Igoye will focus on human trafficking prevention, trafficking victim and witness protection programs, and victim rehabilitation programs.