Nabakooza Prossy

Ms. Prossy she is a Field Officer Wash, with 6 years of experience. Prior joining Caritas Kiyinda-Mityana, Prossy was working with World foundation Uganda for 1 year, as programme manager, she also worked with Hope 21 project.

Ms Nabakooza holds a degree in Development studies from Makerere University, Post graduate Diploma in project planning and management (UMI), Certificate in Law from Law Development Center(LDC) Certificate in Public Administration from Makerere University, Certificate TOT (Africa Population Institute)

She likes listening and meditating upon Gods World Music.

Nakimuli Anna Maria - Agricultural Extension Officer

Maria she is Agricultural Extension Officer for now 3 years. She holds a Bachelor's degree in sustainable Agriculture and Extension She is good in discovering and sharing new ideas with community members, she likes travelling, making new friends and dancing.

Mr. Ssewankambo Pius

Agricultral field extension Officer
Mr. Ssewankambo, joined Caritas Kiyinda-Mityana in 2013 as a Africultural Field Extension and Advisory Services with farm manager experience of 3 years. Prior joining, he worked at Mbarara/Nyamitanga Mixed Farm. Pius, holds a National Diploma in Animal Production and Management from Bukalasa Agricultural college.

Kasibante Ronald

Field Officer
Mr. Kasibante, is one of the officer who joined the organization as a volunteer and later was promoted as a full staff member. He is very crucial in monitoring the organization field activities. Ronald holds a Bachelors Degree in Adult and Community Education from Kyambogo University.

Mr. Kiwutta Patrick

Agricultural Field Extension Officer
Mr. Kiwutta joined in 2014. Patrick, previously worked with Rural Community In Development (RUCID) as an Agriculture Extension Officer for 2 years. He attained a Bachelor of Science Degree in Vocational Studies in Agriculture from Kyambogo University. He enjoy associating with new people, making friends, reading novels, playing volleyball and doing research in agriculture.

Kizza Mathias

Project Officer, CAPCA and Integrated livelihoods project
Mathias, has been with Caritas Kiyinda-Mityana since 2006. Prior joining Social Services and Development, he was the farm manager of Kajjoji Mixed Farm and TTAMU Dairy Farm.
Mathias, holds a post Graduate Diploma in project planning and management from Uganda Management Institute, in addition, Mathias attained a Bachelors of Science in Agriculture Degree from Uganda Martyrs University, Nkozi and a Diploma in animal Husbandry

Mr. Kyamanywa Simon

Project Extention Officer in intergrated Food Security program

Mr. Kyamanywa, has six years of experience with a Diploma in crop production and Management attained from Bukalasa Agricultural College He enjoys making new friends and traveling

Mr. Mukwaya Andrew

Program Officer - HIV Prevention Project
Andrew has 5 years’ experience working in the field of HIV/AIDS prevention projects. Before, joining Caritas Kiyinda-Mityana, Andrew worked with 21 project as project manager on Human Rights. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Development studies from Makerere University Andrew attained a certificate in project planning and Management at Uganda Management Institute

Nambi Stella

Agricultural Field Extension Officer
Stella joined Caritas 2 years ago, she has 3 years’ experience in the field of agriculture. Prior joining Caritas, Stella worked with Vi-Agro forestry as a researcher. She holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Vocational Studies in Agriculture from Kyambogo University.

She enjoy reading novels, discovering new ideas, making friends, playing volleyball

Ssebiragala Henry

Field Officer - Water & Sanitation
Henry, has 3 years experience in the field of community development. Prior joining Caritas Kiyinda-Mityana, Henry was a community volunteer at Mubende District Local Governement for 1 year. Henry, was also a counselor at St. Mary's Medical Services Entebbe as counselor.

He holds a Bachelor's degree in Community based development and a certificate in computer applications. He likes getting new ideas from the impoverished communities.