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Beatrice Atim Anywar was born on 9 January, 1964 in Kitgum, Uganda, is a Ugandan politician.

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Occupation Politician
Age 56 years old
Zodiac Sign Capricorn
Born 9 January 1964
Birthday 9 January
Birthplace Kitgum, Uganda
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Ugandan

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Timeline

2019

On 14 December 2019, she was named in the cabinet of Uganda as the minister of state for Environment; a position she was appointed to by the Head of State of Uganda Yoweri Kaguta Museveni.

2017

In December 2017, during the parliamentary vote to remove presidential age limits, Beatrice Atim Anywar voted “Yes”, to the chagrin of opposition politicians.

2016

During the 2016 parliamentary election cycle, Betty Anywar lost the Forum for Democratic Change primaries. She ran as an independent political candidate. She won the parliamentary seat, with a comfortable margin, beating several high-profile opponents.

2007

In 2007, about 100,000 Ugandans demonstrated in a demonstration called the “Save Mabira Crusade” against the president and military to save the forest. Three people died and many were hurt. Atim Anywar’s house was besieged by military and police, and she was imprisoned for terrorism.

2006

She entered Uganda’s elective politics by contesting for the Kitgum Municipality Constituency parliamentary seat in 2006. She was elected, defeating the National Resistance Movement candidate Santa Okot. She was appointed as the shadow minister for environment, during her first term in parliament, due to her environmental activism.

1991

For a period of over two years, from 1991 until 1993, Beatrice Anywar worked as the Depot Manager at a company called UFEL Uganda. Then for the next two years, 1994 and 1995, she worked as Senior Marketing Officer at Vitafoam Uganda Limited, a mattress manufacturing company. After that, she worked in the commercial customer care office of the National Water and Sewerage Corporation, serving there for eight years, from 1996 until 2004.

1964

Beatrice Atim Anywar (née Beatrice Atim), also Betty Anywar, (born 9 January 1964), is a Ugandan politician who serves as the incumbent Member of Parliament representing the Kitgum Municipality Constituency in the 10th Ugandan Parliament (2016 to 2021). Effective 14 December 2019, she concurrently serves as the State Minister for the Environment, in the Ugandan Cabinet. She replaced Dr. Mary Goretti Kitutu, who was appointed Minister of Energy and Minerals, in the same cabinet.

She was born in Kitgum District, in the Acholi sub-region, in the Northern Region of Uganda, on 9 January 1964. In 1991, she graduated with an Advanced Diploma in Marketing, from Makerere University Business School. In 2004, she received a Bachelor of Public Administration degree from the Islamic University in Uganda. Her degree of Master of Public Administration and Management was awarded by Makerere University, the oldest and largest public university in Uganda. She also has a Certificate in Democracy and Good Governance, Obtained from Marquette University, in the United States.