Alice Emasu: Founder and Executive Director
She founded TERREWODE via her vast experience in engaging with communities,institutions and policy makers to prioritize addressing gender inequalities and wide spread poverty that Perpetuate full enjoyment of human rights by vulnerable females. She brings to TERREWODE over 14 years of leadership experience in promoting women’s reproductive health, education and social economic rights in Uganda. She is responsible for all programmatic over sight for TERREWODE’s work.Her passion for addressing women's issues has been the driving factor behind the organization’s expansion from serving only the Teso region to expand into the national level.
Alice is an outstanding Social enterpreneur holding a Master of Social Work from George Warren Brown School, Washington,USA, Bachelor of Arts in Mass Communication, Diploma in Development journalism from Indian Institute of Mass communication-India and University of Oslo -Norway in Media and Democratization, of-course with several Certificates in Women Studies and Developmental Human rights and peace studies.
Martha Ibeno: Head of Programmes
Martha's experience in Women empowerment related work and management makes her valuable to TERREWODE’s Programme work. She strongly believes in the power of teamwork and participatory leadership.
She holds a Bachelor's Degree in Social Work and Social Administration from Makerere University. With her diploma in Conflict Resolution, Martha is spear heading innovations to eliminate violence against women and girls especially those associated with Fistula condition.
Lutie Kobusinge: Finance and Administration Manager
Lutie has a Bachelor's degree in Business Administration from Makerere University. She is a Certified Public Accountant of Uganda-CPA(U).
With limited resources yet achieving great impact, Lutie is effectively utilizing her skills.
With these qualifications and experience, the sky will be the limit for Lutie and therefore TERREWODE in finance best practices.
Lilian Awizia: Partnership and Advocacy Manager
She is responsible for community engagement, partnerships and collaborations. She holds a Master's Degree in Management Science at Uganda Management Institute. She has a Post-Graduate Diploma in Project Planning & Management. She has a BSc. in Accounting & Finance.
Lilian has over 16 years of professional work experience. She is a confimed civil servant of the Government of Uganda. She formerly worked with USAID funded programs and UNHCR funded refugee program. With experience in working with the most vulnerable communities of rural women and girls in Uganda, her knowledge and skills in community, policy advocacy, networking and collaboration with partners makes a value addition to TERREWODE's program work.
Apio Stella: Program Manager Eastern & Northern Region
Stella is a long serving staff of TERREWODE.
She has a Bachelors' Degree in social Work and Social Administration from Makerere University. She also has a number of certificates in Gender and Human rights studies. Stella is passionate about the rights of vulnerable females and she believes in hard work and empowerment of women as strong advocates for gender equality.
She has special skills to drive music, dance and drama for the fistula solidarity groups.
Winnie Nabisinyo: Monitoring and Evaluation Manager
Winnie has a Bachelor's Degree in Development Studies from Kyambogo University. She also possesses a post graduate certificate in Project Planning and Management from Makerere University,and Data Demand Use,Monitoring and Evaluation Health Program Certificate from the USAID.
Winnie brings to TERREWODE over 4 years experience in her specialty and she has greatly contributed towards system strengthening through monitoring and evaluating.
Onzia Hope: Project Officer Social Reintegration
Hope is TERREWODE's Project Officer responsible for social reintegration. She holds a Bachelor's Degree in Ethnics and Development Studies from Uganda Martyrs University. she is self-motivated, innovative and a mover of impossibilities within the social reintegration activities of the organization.
Hope is currently spearheading the scaling up of social reintegration as best practice country wide.
ALL STAFF PHOTOS BY: YOUSSEF EL HAMDAOUY