John Mwesigwa
Founder & Program Manager

John is passionate about children and adolescents having access to better education and health care services and he has 8 years working experience in Education and health community programs especially in rural settings in Uganda. He currently pursuing a Master’s in Public Health-Health Promotion at Uganda Martyrs University and received Bachelor’s degree in Guidance and Counseling at Kyambogo University in Uganda. He previously worked as a Social Worker at Nyaka AIDS Orphans Project, HIV Counselor with Action Africa Help-International-UNHCR Implementing partner at Kyangwali Refugees Settlement, Volunteered with Reproductive Health Uganda, worked as a Peer Educator with Alliance of Mayors and Municipal Leaders on HIV/AIDS in Africa. John envisions a world free of social injustices and with collective efforts, this can be achieved and he believes that that every child has the potential to make a difference in life.

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Madeline Moore
Director strategic planning & Development

Madeline is passionate about the intersection of social work, anthropology, and global health. She lived and worked for 4 years in rural East Africa, first as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Zambia and later as a Global Health Corps Fellow in Uganda. She holds an MA in Cultural Anthropology from the University of British Columbia and currently works as a child welfare caseworker in the Denver, Colorado metro area. She also serves on the board of Uhambo USA, the US branch of a South African nonprofit that works on behalf of children with disabilities.  Madeline's strengths include meeting/training facilitation, cross-cultural communication, curriculum development, program management, direct service with at-risk children and families, and reproductive health advocacy. She is honored to be invited to serve on Hope for Children's Health's Board of Directors and looks forward to supporting the dedicated HCH team as they build programs for children and families in Hoima District, Uganda.

Ritah Kyomuhendo
Co-Founder-Accountant

Ritah is a self-driven person and interested in empowering rural young people by equipping them with skills to become self-reliant through agriculture/farming such that they can have increased incomes for their households, food security, better nutrition and education for their children and hence transformed lives. She has a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration and Management from Multitech Business School in Uganda and has 2 years working experience in business management and accounting while at De’place Investment Ltd, and Health and Safety officer-IWATA CHIZAKI Incorporation in Uganda. Ritah envisions a community with strengthened access to rural financial services which enable rural young people who are farmers to invest in equipment and other infrastructure improvements for production and processing.

Hannah Busobozi
I.T/ Web Consultant
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