Consultant & Advisor
Field Research, Community Mobilization, and Baganda Culture
Kisaka Samuel Robinson is a Co-founder of Kisaro Research Consult, a private research company based in Uganda specializing in field research, data analysis, community mobilization, and public engagement. Samuel also works as a member of the Education Committee at the Buganda Kingdom’s Ministry of Education, which oversees the Kingdom’s schools and Institutions.
Kisaka previously worked with Buganda Kingdom as a Heritage and Tourism Supervisor. He has also worked with independent researchers and diverse institutions like USAID and Democracy International on conflict assessment initiatives. Whilst working with the French Institute for Research in Africa, Kisaka conducted research on protecting and subdividing land in Buganda. He has also helped to coordinate fieldwork work for diverse doctoral scholars from the SOAS, University of London, Université Paris 1 – Panthéon Sorbonne, University of Leeds, the University of Oxford, and Cambridge University.
Kisaka has Bachelor of Arts in Hospitality Management majoring in culture and heritage management from Makerere University. He is also affiliated with Center for Basic Research in Kampala, where he focuses on using culture as a tool for conflict resolution.