these are some of the dedicated members of our team
Davis Samuel is the Executive Director of Haven of Hope Uganda. He has extensively worked both as teacher and school principal, and with one of the largest Christian Education movement in the world (Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI) as a national director. Now he brings that many years of experience to HHU. He has dedicated his life to relieve the suffering of women and children who are most often the innocent victims of war, domestic violence, disease and poverty. Davis was inspired to found HHU due to his personal journey. He started taking care of himself at the age of 10 though his father and mother were alive. He is a victim of domestic violence and broken family. It is from this that he desired to see the women and children empowered.
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Justine Hope Nakiganda is the Principal at Oasis of Hope Hoe Christian School/Director of Education, burning with her passion for Christ-centred education brings her 13 year teaching experience into HHU as a gift. She heads the HHU Education Programme and the Oasis of Hope Christian School. She oversees 21 staff and over 214 students.
Joseph Sembatya is the financial Coordinator and has been part of the HHU team since 2015. He considers it a privilege for him to serve HHU in administering the finances and working together with our partners in and outside Uganda. Joseph strives to help HHU become sustainable by devising avenues of resource mobilization and excellent stewardship. He deals devotedly with bookkeeping in preparation of their accountability reports in compliance with Uganda Revenue Authority requirements.
Flavia Nassuna deals with Sponsorship & Child Welfare and has been an amazing part of the HHU team since 2015 and currently enjoys her roles in Sponsorship & Child Welfare, Advocacy and Protection. The photos and stories of children and families around the country are her inspiration to help HHU bring hope and restoration to those in need