Lucy Kombe

Programme Coordinator
Zamara Foundation

Lucy Kombe currently works as a Program coordinator at the Zamara Foundation, where she oversees programs and supports communications, with a focus on empowering adolescent girls and young women. In her role, Lucy has made significant contributions to the growth of the Foundation's digital media presence, utilizing her expertise in creative and communication to design impactful graphics, reports and other media content that brings the Foundation's work to life. Lucy's passion for empowering young women extends beyond her work at the Zamara Foundation. She is dedicated to collaborating with other organizations and individuals, such as Safe to Choose, Pink Shoes, and CREA, to create content and resources that promote the health and well-being of young women and girls. Her commitment to this cause is unwavering, and she works to give young women a voice and a platform to be heard. Lucy recognizes that SRHR is a human right, and that all people, regardless of gender, age, or background, should have access to the information, resources and services they need to make informed decisions about their health and well-being. Her work is informed by a feminist lens, which recognizes the importance of addressing systemic issues of gender-based violence, discrimination, and inequality, in order to create a world where women and girls can thrive. As a gender expert, Lucy Kombe's work is a testament to the importance of advocating for the rights and health of young women and girls. Her dedication, passion, and commitment are inspiring, and demonstrate the significant impact that one person can make in the world. Her expertise in creative and communication, combined with her commitment to justice and equality, make her a valuable asset to any organization or initiative working to promote the health and well-being of young women and girls. Lucy Kombe is a shining example of what can be achieved when one is driven by a deep commitment to justice, equality, and the health and well-being of all people.


Understanding the Role of Gender and Sexuality in Global Health Inequalities: Addressing Biases and Promoting Inclusivity

15.00 - 17.00 (BKK)