Ms. Lukudu is an Operations Analyst for the World Bank in South Sudan. Her responsibilities include co-leading a three-year World Bank strategy for South Sudan and spearheading a “Lessons Learning Review” analysis of the World Bank’s work in the country. Prior to that she worked with various institutions including the United Nations Development Fund, Academy for Educational Development (AED) and Ministry of Information and Broadcasting. Ms. Lukudu worked in development, humanitarian and emergency operations and support programs/projects in various parts of South Sudan. Her major achievements include implementing a successful public administration system at the state level with AED and spearheading the successful implementation, evaluation and closure of the largest humanitarian donor fund in South Sudan, the Multi-Donor Trust Fund. Christine earned her Master of Business Administration from the University of Central Lancashire (United Kingdom) and a Bachelor of Science in information technology from Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology (Kenya). During her Humphrey Fellowship she will focus on public policy analysis to advance development in South Sudan.