Staff and Trustees:

SPAU maintains a large network of volunteers who are all community-based and usually also single parents and/or members of local SPAU groups. SPAU volunteers also include single parent group leaders and other executive-office bearers of their group committees. A typical SPAU group committee consists of at least 5 people who include: the chairperson, vice chairperson, treasurer, general secretary and information secretary/mobiliser. The SPAU group committees are responsible for the day-to-day operations of their respective groups. SPAU members in each group agree on the roles and responsibilities of office bearers in their respective groups.

VOLUNTEERS

SPAU maintains a large network of volunteers who are all community-based and usually also single parents and/or members of local SPAU groups. SPAU volunteers also include single parent group leaders and other executive-office bearers of their group committees. A typical SPAU group committee consists of at least 5 people who include: the chairperson, vice chairperson, treasurer, general secretary and information secretary/mobiliser. The SPAU group committees are responsible for the day-to-day operations of their respective groups. SPAU members in each group agree on the roles and resp

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STAFF

SPAU maintains a small but effective team of four full-time and one part-time staff who work together to ensure project success across SPAU’s operational areas in both urban- and rural-based groups. The staff work closely with SPAU volunteers and local leaders in each community to implement our program activities.

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Paul Lwanga

Director. As Director, Paul is primarily responsible for project management and fund raising.

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Sarah Nakkazzi

Sarah Nakkazzi is the Program Coordinator. Sarah is responsible for coordinating the various SPAU groups to take part in various SPAU projects in line with the organisation’s strategic plan. As Program Coordinator, Sarah provides technical guidance to the SPAU groups and is also responsible for organising networking meetings with other development actors.

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Irene Tezitta

Irene Tezitta is the IGA project officer. She is responsible for overseeing the SPAU groups’ implementation of sustainable income generating activities.

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Lawrence Kasule

Lawrence Kasule is organisation accountant. His role is to ensure that all organisation expenditures and accountabilities are in line with the organisation’s financial management principles.

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TRUSTEES

SPAU’s governing body is the Board of Trustees which is currently composed of 6 members. The Board is responsible for major institutional policy making on behalf of the organisation and ensuring that the SPAU mission is upheld to achieve the organisation vision. The Board of Trustees also plays an advisory role to the projects’ technical team. The SPAU Board of Trustees meets three times a year to review the progress of SPAU within the year.

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Alex L. Ssenyama

Alex L. Ssenyama is a seasoned micro-business developer and currently an international business-man who also doubles in real-estate.

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Irene Mutumba

Irene Mutumba is a teacher by profession. Irene is also an Ashoka Fellow and currently serves as Executive Director of The Private Education Development Network, a non-profit organisation that promotes youth empowerment through the establishment of entrepreneurial and business skills programs.

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Juliet Namwanje

Juliet Namwanje is a retired midwife. Juliet is currently practising business and accounting in Kampala.

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Kate Tamale-Sali

Kate Tamale-Sali is a trained economist and also co-founder of Kampala Gynaecology and Fertility Centre.

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Charles Kawuma

Charles Kawuma is a retired electrician who currently runs an electronics retail business in Kampala.

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3 Comments

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Nkoola charles
2019-02-26

Dear cooperators thanks do much for the work you are doing to improve the living conditions of the poor allover the world.Am from Uganda and happen to work with a cooperative society where we improve the the skills of young men and women and also educate them about the importance of saving for future use. We help them start small micro credit funds to allow them start up small micro businesses however our capital bade is small how well can we be helped do as to meet the demands of our clients.

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Nsekanabo Gorret
2018-12-19

Hello thanks for the good job iam a single mother but life is difficult for me how may i be helped

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mission to the Nations
2018-11-12

Respected President, Greetings from Mission to the Nations - a Non Governmental Organization - Registered Christian Charity in India. Present activities: Rehabilitation to the women in Depressed, Abused, Women Empowerment Training Programs, Sharing the word of God with the unreached millions, Primary Health Care, Girl Child Education & Protection, ( we have 15 Free schools operating ) Income Generation opportunities, Poverty Relief, End child marriages, Home for the Orphans, Clean water ( Bore wells ) to impact the world by youth inspiration. In my region, there are many women who do not have any hope and depressed in their life due to their backwardness. Many of the women and children are in Slavery. Due to lack of education, the women are not getting any kind of jobs to do. Exploitation of the women is so high. Many women were trapped in to the hands of immoral people and those women are finally found in red light areas of Metro Cities In India. The fruits of the government programs are really not reaching to most of the people. Child Slavery is also high. So, we have started a mission to help the women and girl children with self employment training programs and to make them to stand on their own with dignity. Word of God and Teaching on different Skills like Cutting and tailoring, Pot painting, embroidery, envelop making, making of infinite scarf, making of cookies like Biscuits, Chocolates and Indian traditional sweet cakes, Hair Cutting Training etc. Each year, we want to help 200 women by setting up a Training center in the rural areas where these 200 women can take training on the above said Skills. In this connection, we request you for your helping hands to set up a training Center for 200 girls and to give 9 months training. So that women can start New Life. In this connection, we apply to you for a grant of 30,000 US dollars to help 200 poor women with 9 months training program. We welcome you to come to our organization to see what we are doing for the needy in the Women community. We welcome volunteers. I hope to hear from you soon. Thank you very much. Kind regards to you, Pastor. Y. Paparao

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Luseti
2018-06-09

Am a professional filmmaker,currently based in mbale from Nairobi Kenya .This coming weekend is fathers Day and I would like to document a short documentary about Father’s Day. And take professional picture. Kindly contact via phone ‭+256 751 203 287‬ email [email protected] We plan more....

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monday AUGUSTINE
2018-01-30

I Thank you all under this umbrella and pray that God should bless the work of your hands and also the words of your mouth. stay blessed

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sis. Josephine
2018-01-26

Thanks for the good work my dears. Am not a single parent but raised by a single part. May God bless the works of your hands.

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