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Statement on Departure of Simone Ungersboeck

The Chief Registrar, H.W Paul Gadenya (left) handing a recognition award to Ms. Simone Ungersboeck the outgoing Governance Advisor at the Austria Development Cooperation (ADC) in Kampala on april 25 2016. (PHOTO: Edgar Kuhimbisa / JLOS) The Chief Registrar, H.W Paul Gadenya (left) handing a recognition award to Ms. Simone Ungersboeck the outgoing Governance Advisor at the Austria Development Cooperation (ADC) in Kampala on april 25 2016. (PHOTO: Edgar Kuhimbisa / JLOS)

 

KAMPALA - The Justice, Law and Order Sector (JLOS) yesterday (April 25 2016) bade farewell to Ms Simone Ungersboeck who has been serving as the Advisor (Good Governance) at the Austrian Embassy (Austrian Development Cooperation). Ms Ungersboeck's 4-year term of service at ADC (Kampala) ended and will be returning to Vienna later this week.

During a luncheon held in her honor at Speke Hotel in Kampala, the Chief Guest – H.W Paul Gadenya the Chief Registrar (courts of judicature) and Alternate Chair of the JLOS Steering Committee applauded Ms Ungersboeck for her tireless work ethic and effort that were instrumental in successful sector projects and initiatives funded by Austria – such as Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) and Management for Development Results (MfDR).

Present at the event from ADC was Mr. Günter Engelits (head of office) and Ms. Doris Gebru-Zeilermayr (the incoming Advisor – Good Governance).

We wish Ms Ungersboeck the very best in her new assignment.

 

Published: April 26, 2016 08.27 hrs