Josh Levy (Uganda)


Josh Levy

Josh Levy graduated from Columbia University in February 2015 with a Master's of Public Administration. Before becoming an AP Peace Fellow, he was the United Nations Mission in Liberia (UNMIL) intern for the West Africa Team in the UN Department of Peacekeeping Operations, where he provided administrative and research support on a variety of security and development issues. Prior to joining the UN, Josh worked for The World Bank, where he co-managed a research team and assisted the Global Center for Conflict, Security and Development in improving their evaluation methods for development projects in fragile and conflict-affected situations. Mr. Levy also worked in public relations and marketing in the public sector and in the private sector prior to moving to New York to pursue his Masters. After the fellowship, Josh wrote: "The fellowship has helped me grow professionally and personally. I improved my photography skills, my journalism/writing/reporting skills, and my project management skills. And seeing the fruits of my labor was the best experience. Once the toilet was built I felt an enormous sense of accomplishment." Contact: jlevy@advocacynet.org



21 Sep

Monitoring Vandalism

It’s been a few weeks since I returned from Uganda. Looking back on the fellowship,

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Posted Sep 21, 2015

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25 Aug

The Lessons Learned

After reflecting on the project, I’ve come to see where we succeeded and where we

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Posted Aug 25, 2015

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15 Aug

Opening Day

The Completed Disability-Accessible Toilet at Tochi Primary School The build-up to Opening Day was immensely

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Posted Aug 15, 2015

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26 Jul

Painting and Acting Out an Inclusive and Hygienic Environment

The day had finally arrived when we would begin the art competition at Tochi. For

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Posted Jul 26, 2015

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20 Jul

Tochi and Beyond

“Scouting Schools for Phase Two” Koch Goma Primary and Koch Goma Central are two other

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Posted Jul 20, 2015

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15 Jul

More Than Just a Toilet

July 13, 2015 Construction has been progressing at an astonishing pace! It seems like only

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Posted Jul 15, 2015

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05 Jul

The Tochi Toilet: Nature Called and We Picked Up

Power’s out, nothing unusual about that. Except this time we really could use the light.

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Posted Jul 05, 2015

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27 Jun

A Week With Winston

Feeling the wind while riding on a boda boda is normally quite refreshing, but on

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Posted Jun 27, 2015

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16 Jun

The Pearl of Africa

 Before leaving for Uganda my wife told me how she wanted to see a Ugandan

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Posted Jun 16, 2015

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06 Jun

A Tale of Two Cities: One Built by Immigrants, the Other by Migrant Workers

June 4, 2015 Having just finished a week-long training with The Advocacy Project to prepare

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Posted Jun 06, 2015

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