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Emmanuel has been with Think Humanity since 2007. He was the director of health care up until 2016. He now lives with his family in Norway, however he now holds an important role as the Global Operations Manager for Think Humanity. He works daily with the Ugandan managers and administrators to see that all reports and accountability is received on time. Emmanuel has a diploma in social work and social administration.
Amini is the financial administrator for Think Humanity and has been with us since September 2016. He is in charge of all financial disbursements and record keeping for Think Humanity in Uganda. He was born in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, but due to instability of war, grew up in Rwanda. Amini has a degree in finance from Kigali Independent University (ULK) in Kigali Rwanda.
My name is Nambozo Ester and I come from Mbale district in eastern Uganda. I graduated in 2014 from Kyambogo University with a B.A. in Economics. I have one beautiful daughter aged 8 yrs. I love girls and that’s why I am very happy to work with Think Humanity as the Education Manager whose major aim is to invest in girl education in order to change the entire dynamic of a household for an African woman.
Pascal is the Health Care Manager. He was a volunteer with Think Humanity for many years before becoming a manager. He is now in charge of mosquito net distributions, birthing kits, water wells, and Women Health Days at the Think Humanity Health Center Kyangwali. Pascal attended Mandela Secondary School and also attended Mayanja Medical Training Institute in Mbarara. He plans to enroll at Kampala School of Health Sciences to get a degree in medical records.
Grace was born in the village of Nalweyo, Uganda. She attended her ordinary level at Kitara Secondary School through the Think Humanity Girls Hostel and then she studied Catering and Hotel Management at Millennium Business School in Hoima. In 2018 she graduated and came to work as the chef at the Think Humanity Girls Hostel. Grace has been with Think Humanity since 2012.
Peter has partnered with Think Humanity since 2009 through New Life in Africa. He is the manager of the Acholi Breakfast Club (ABC) Program, a Think Humanity Acholi Quarter community outreach program. Peter holds a diploma in Local Government Administration, Management from Makerere University Business School, and a certificate in Computerized Accounting from Kireka Vocational Training Institute. He is the proprietor and director of Peterprise Foundation Uganda, “Leaving a sustainable world for tomorrow’s generation.”