Arans Tabaruka is a social worker with over 8 years experience in community development work, communication, gender, environment justice and project planning. He currently oversees advocacy work at Civic Response on Environment and Development (CRED). Founder & Director at IRUCE a rural community organization which bridges policy gaps between the rural communities and government to increase access to justice and incomes to rural households. He is responsible for project development and implementation, monitoring and evaluation, human resource management, building partnerships, grant writing, resource mobilization. Arans rose through the ranks working with radio, print and television to spearhead advocacy for women and youth empowerment in rural communities. He was always identified with fights for community rights”. Pursuing a Bachelor of Laws at Cavendish University Uganda, he believes this will aid his fight to advance advocacy for human rights and freedoms for the most underprivileged persons. He shares his knowledge as a seasoned peer preacher and rural community worker in the Uganda to strengthen capacity of the grassroots network and agents for change. Arans is wholly immersed into equality, and sustainable development of rural community with zeal that such disparities will be non-existent in future.