Tete Chelangat

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Eveline Tete Chelangat (born 6 August 1960) is a Ugandan Member of Parliament. She represents Bukwo [1] Constituency as the woman MP. She belongs to the NRM (National Resistance Movement) Party in the National Assembly.

She is a social worker by profession and a Protestant by religion. She attended Bukwo Primary School where she sat for her PLE. Thereafter, she proceeded to Kidetok girls, Serere for her O level before joining Sebei college, Tegeres. She holds a diploma in social work from Nsamizi Institute (Mpigi)

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  1. ^ *Rashid Muzungyo (2006-12-03). "Minister lauds UNFPA on health". New Vision. 

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