achael N. Mayanja’s Biography, Family, Net Worth, Husband, Career
Rachael N. Mayanja Giving a Message on New UN Women's Entity. IMAGE: Wedo.org

Mayanja N. Rachael was born in the year 1st January 1948 in Uganda. She currently serves as the United Nations secretary general’s special adviser on women matters. She was mentioned as being among the top influential and powerful women in Africa.

Rachael Mayanja Area of residence

Madam Rachael Mayanja currently lives in New toy city, united states where she has been living for a good number of years since she joined the United Nations back in 1975.

Rachael Mayanja’s Family, husband and wealth

She is a mother of three children. Sources have it that Rachael Mayanja has a husband whom she got married to many years back during her early employment at the UN.

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However, she has kept matters to do with the family and the wealth to be a top secret. Eafeed team will continue updating this article for more updated facts about Mayanja’s whereabouts.

Education and Career

Rachael Mayanja got her first degree (Bachelor of Laws LLB) from Makerere university, she also studied at law development center where she obtained a diploma in legal practice. She advanced her studies at Harvard university where she obtained master of laws degree.

Rachael Mayanja’s work and experience

She is currently A United Nations employee. She joined the UN from 19th June 1975 up to 2nd July 1975 serving as a special assistant to the assistant secretary general for social development and humanitarian affairs.

Still in the united nations, Mayanja served for one year (1989 to 1990) on a peacekeeping mission to Namibia (UNTAG). Her work was to oversee the elections leading to independence.

Between 1992 to 1994, she was sent on a un mission to Iraq/Kuwait to provide administrative support to the observer mission.

Between 1995 to 1999 in the United Nations, she got senior positions in the offices of human resource management which included chief, common system and specialist service. This post dealt with salaries, entitlements, appeals and disciplinary cases.

In 1999, she was given a task by the United Nations to act as a secretary to UN’s general task force in Human resource management department. She also worked in 2000, in Food and Agriculture (FAO) in the position of the director, Human resource management division

Of recent years, Rachael has been seen having keen interest on women empowerment. She has therefore published various articles worth reading just to talk about women empowerment and make them to know their full potentials and get empowered. Here are some of the links to check out the publications:

The following is a summary of Rachael N Mayanja’s work Experience with the united Nations:

Year/ DurationTaskCompany
June 1975 to July 1975
  • Special assistant secretary to the assistant secretary general for social development and humanitarian affairs
United Nations
1989 to 1990
  • Worked in UNITAG to oversee elections leading to independence
United Nations
1995 to 1999
  • Served as chief, common system and specialist service
  • Served as secretary to UN’s general task force in Human resource management department
United Nations
2000
  • Food and Agriculture (FAO) in the position of the director, Human resource management division
United Nations
2004 to Date

 

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