Board of Directors

RAFO is led by a team of five board of directors with both technical and leadership experience acquired through different work experiences and education backgrounds.

ACHOLA CAROLINE

Ms. Caroline Akello is the chair person Board holds a bachelor’s degree in development studies from Gulu University in Uganda. She has over five years in social work and community development. He has attended and facilitated at many international conferences. She is passionate inspiring youth to dream big and work hard with an opportunity to achieve the best. Caroline believes this is key for sustainable development of community. She has worked at Days for girls under the Global Health Corps programs in Uganda as a programs officer to educate girls and empower women to thrive as leaders in their communities through hygiene and sexual reproductive health and rights awareness. She has led teams of women groups in Northern, Eastern and Western Uganda in reproductive health trainings to develop their leadership potential. She is a passionate leader in global and public health.

DR. AHIMBISIBWE PROSPER

Dr .Prosper Ahimbisibwe holds a bachelor’s degree in medicine from Maker ere University in Uganda. He has worked at Mulago national referral hospital, Buhinga hospital in Fort Portal Uganda and facilitated many health trainings in Uganda and East Africa as a whole. He is passionate about social justice for health and health innovation.

REV. FATHER KATO JOSEPH

Father Kato Joseph holds a bachelors of Arts in Theology of pontifical University Rome, Italy. He also holds a diploma in pastoral and religious studies from St Paul National seminary Kinyamasika in Fort, portal, Uganda. He also a diploma in social and philosophical studies of Katigondo seminary kampala, Uganda. He is passionate about youth and rural community social empowerment and equality.

Ms NASAAZI ROBINAH

She is a community social worker with over 10 years in community service focusing on early childhood development, poverty eradication programs for rural communities in Uganda. She has worked with women groups in rural communities on SMEs, agriculture, Village saving schemes, Girls and women skills development programs in Kibaale and Hoima districts. She has led and represented women in women forums in Kibaale district. She currently leads the women Village saving scheme in Karuguuza town council Kibaale district.

Mr. MUSABE AYAMBA VINCENT

He is Ugandan borne to  a refugee Rwandan woman married in Uganda. He is a member and gives RAFO advice related to refugee issues. He was raised in the Ugandan Rural community years later after his mother left the refugee settlement in Hoima district. He is experienced in community mobilization and youth engagement and empowerment programs.