One School’s Ugandan Board L to R: Victoria Katamba, Kagga Abdul, Moses Musaazi,
Sarah Murungi, and Hussein Tadesse. Not pictured: Julius Mulindwa.
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An engineering professor and CEO, a CPA, an international adoption lawyer, a human resources manager and an international development specialist—these Ugandan professionals have gladly volunteered their time to serve on the One School at a Time Ugandan board. Working diligently behind the scenes, they direct and guide the growth of this organization. One School at a Time is deeply grateful for their service.
To learn more about these special people:
Moses Musaaziis an engineering professor at Makerere University in Kampala, Uganda and also the CEO of Technology for Tomorrow, an African company that develops innovative technologies that promote safety and health while protecting the environment. He recently won the prestigious Global Innovations Award for his development of Maka pads, a disposable sanitary pad made of papyrus that is both cheap and biodegradable.
Julius Mulindwa is a certified public accountant with over 20 years experience in financial management, accounting, and auditing. Julius has provided technical assistance to both local and international NGOs and private sector companies.
Victoria Katamba is an international adoption attorney and manager of Nkwanga & Partners Associates. With over a decade of experience in child advocacy and adoption, she is making a difference in the lives of hundreds of Ugandan orphans.
Kagga Abdul is the human resources manager at Mango Tree Educational Enterprises, a Ugandan-owned company that provides innovative products and consulting services for grassroots education and communication projects.
Sarah Murungi is a development practitioner with more than 10 years of experience in managing organizations and programs focused on education, HIV/AIDS and reproductive health.
And of course, Hussein Tadesse is our long-time Ugandan Program Manager.