Nik Kafka is the Chief Executive and founder of Teach A Man To Fish. Leaving a successful banking career in the City of London for a local microfinance institution in Paraguay, Nik discovered an innovative school aiming not only to teach the poor how to become rural entrepreneurs, but to do so as a self-financing social enterprise. Having helped transform this school into a replicable model, and realising the huge potential for funding education through enterprise rather than charity, he returned to the UK to found Teach A Man To Fish.
Under his stewardship Teach A Man To Fish has grown into an international network whose membership now numbers over 4,500 education institutions and experts in more than 125 countries. Over 300,000 young people benefitted directly from Teach A Man To Fish programmes across Africa, Asia & Latin America. Honoured as a Young Global Leader in 2009 by the World Economic Forum, he was more recently named in 2011 as one of Devex's 40 Under 40 International Development Leaders in London.He holds a first-class BSc in Chemistry from the University of Bristol, an MSc in International Development from the School of Oriental & African Studies at the University of London, as well as professional qualifications in finance.
Alison Rivett is the Head of Fundraising at Teach A Man To Fish. She joined the charity in October 2015 and is responsible for all aspects of fundraising to support our work. Alison has been working to raise funds for international development and humanitarian projects for over a decade. Previously she worked to fundraise from the UK at Self Help Africa, Merlin and Farm Africa; in Ethiopia at Mums for Mums; and in Guatemala at Transitions.
Prior to 2001 and for 11 fun and fruitful years, Alison was a founding partner and the Design Director for Ampersand Partnership, a design and marketing agency located in London.
Alison has a MSc in International Economic Development from University College London, a BAHons in History and Typographic Design from Reading University and is a qualified TEFL teacher.
Paola Fatur is the Senior Manager - Training & Operations at Teach A Man To Fish. She joined the team in August 2013, as a Field Officer at La Bastilla school in Nicaragua supporting the implementation of all school businesses, but especially the dairy plant. In September 2014 she took over the role as Enterprising Schools Network Support Officer, participating in the School Enterprise Challenge roll out in Central America supporting with workshops and trainings. Back in the UK in 2015, she joined the School Enterprise Challenge team developing new educational resources and marketing materials. She is currently in charge of developing external training opportunities and of overseeing internal operations.
Prior to joining Teach A Man To Fish, Paola worked for three years as a consultant in international projects, delivering training and workshops and supporting project roll outs. She has a business background, as she worked as an audit analyst and as a quality procedures assistant while living in Argentina. Paola has also travelled extensively to South East Asia and volunteered in Nepal with a local NGO and in London for the Fairtrade Foundation UK. Paola holds a degree in Business Administration from Buenos Aires University (Argentina) and an Expert Degree in Project Coordination for International Development from Alcalá University (Spain).
India Jankel is the Programme Manager for the School Enterprise Challenge (Global) team at Teach A Man To Fish, joining the team in August 2015. As part of the School Enterprise Challenge team, she is responsible for leading on the creation of educational materials, systems development and the mentors programme.
Before joining Teach A Man To Fish, India taught English at a primary school in the Dominican Republic for a year. She has also worked abroad as an intern for the Red Cross Centre for Cooperation in the Mediterranean in Barcelona and the Egyptian Center for Women’s Rights in Cairo.
India holds a BA in International Relations with advanced proficiency in Spanish from the University of Exeter.
Christophe Walder is the Programmes Officer at Teach A Man To Fish. He joined the charity in September 2016 after returning from Kenya where he spent three months working with informal-sector entrepreneurs. Originally from France, he graduated from the University of Leeds where he studied German and Spanish in 2015.
During this time he spent a term studying in Granada and a year working in Cologne and in his final year specialised in international business practices. He also has experience working in fundraising and at a social enterprise helping charities connect with millennials.
Christine Moser is the MEL and Consultancy Services Manager at Teach A Man To Fish. She joined the charity in June 2012 as Tourism Officer at the La Bastilla Technical Agricultural High School in Nicaragua, and continued as Honduras Coordinator in September 2013, based in the Dr. Stephen Youngberg Technical Vocational School. She has been supporting the school to set up two new businesses, as well as with the optimisation of the four existing enterprises, and is helping to introduce a Monitoring & Evaluation system. Starting in March 2014, she has also taken over the role of Enterprising Schools Network Coordinator in Central America.
As part of the network coordination she is working with the Central America team to roll out the School Enterprise Challenge and is developing a strategy for the network to connect schools that are setting up school businesses, or are on their way to financial self-sufficiency, in Nicaragua, Honduras and Guatemala.
Christine attended a Higher Vocational School for Tourism & Catering in Austria and spent 5 years working in tourism and transport administration in a variety of European countries, working in all aspects of the running of small and medium enterprises, before getting her BA in Hispanic Studies & Sociology from the University of Aberdeen and spending a semester abroad in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Sharon Sagues is the Programmes Officer at Teach A Man To Fish. She joined the charity in May 2019, providing support to the School Enterprise Challenge team.
Sharon studied her BA in Social and Cultural Entrepreneurship at the Tecnológico de Monterrey in Santa Fe, Mexico City. After gaining experience through volunteering and as part of the CSR team at Samsung Electronics Mexico, she moved to the UK to pursue her master’s degree at the London School of Economics, having now graduated from the MSc Development Management. While in London she has also been an intern previously at Teach A Man To Fish and coordinated the communications for the British and Colombian Chamber of Commerce.
Lucy Wilson joined Teach A Man To Fish as Programme Development and Funding Officer in August 2018, after volunteering then working for ethical microfinance charity Deki for a year.
With a particular interest in youth and gender, Lucy volunteered as a teaching assistant in Nicaragua and project assistant with high-risk young people in Bolivia for over eight months. At University, she relaunched and led the Cambridge branch of a national charity which raises funds and awareness for street-connected children.
Lucy graduated from Kings College, Cambridge with a BA in Modern Languages, specialising in Spanish and Latin American culture and studying for ten months at University of Havana, Cuba.
Adrian Merville-Tugg is the Finance Officer at Teach A Man to Fish, having joined in July 2019.
Prior to working at TAMTF, Adrian spent 6 years managing grants focused on Human Rights and Criminal Justice. Adrian is a member of the ICB and holds a BSc. in Computer Science from the University of Bath
Aude Langlois joined Teach a Man to Fish as Programme Communications and Marketing Officer in January 2020.
With a strong interest for social justice, gender equality and human rights, Aude was a Communications Intern at the INGO All Survivors Project while undertaking a MSc Gender, Development and Globalisation from the London School of Economics. During this time, she was also a Homework Club assistant at the Indoamerican Refugee and Migrant Organisation, helping Latin American children overcome language barriers so they could succeed in school in the UK.
She is currently a volunteer Journalist for the IWI: Centre for Feminist Policy Reform, researching and writing articles on women's issues worldwide.
Alejandra Soleno is our Central America Regional Coordinator. She joined the Teach A Man To Fish family in 2018.
Karla Soto joined Teach a Man to Fish in March 2019 as the Honduras Project Officer based in Tegucigalpa. She plays a key role in scaling the School Enterprise Model supporting the Ministry of Education, partner NGOs and providing direct support to schools in Honduras.
Prior to joining the team, Karla worked as the Communications Officer for World Vision and Heifer International for over four years developing various communication plans and campaigns ensuring their execution, as well as actively participating in the writing of project proposals that seek strengthening of rural businesses by developing a business advisory program to learn how to use and administer management tools and achieve their sustainability.
She has extensive knowledge of the urban and rural context of Honduras and the functioning of development organizations in which she has done field work in 17 of 18 departments of the country. Her experience also includes working in the educational field, and volunteering as mentor for entrepreneurial women in Vital Voices Honduras.
Karla holds a BA (Hons) in Graphic Design and a Master’s Degree in Corporate Communication from Universidad Tecnológica Centroamericana. In 2018 she obtained a certificate on Project Management for Development Professionals (PMDpro) from the APMG International Institute.
Veronica Valverde joined Teach A Man to Fish in October 2018 as our Administrative Assistant based in Managua, Nicaragua. Her role is to support the Nicaragua Programs Coordinator with a variety of administrative tasks, supporting the Nicaragua team by organising workshops, meetings, visits from donors, and arranging travel. Also, she leads on all finance aspects in the Regional Office in Managua.
Prior to joining the team, Verónica worked as a Marketing Assistant at Aceitera El Real and had an internship in Marketing at Agricorp in Managua, Nicaragua. Veronica also participated in Online Volunteering Program from the United Nations. Designed interactive digital Christmas cards for the Xtremas Organization from Costa Rica in order to help the environment at not using physical cards.
Veronica has a Bachellor Degree in Marketing, graduated at Universidad Centroamericana (UCA), Managua, Nicaragua in 2015.
Francela Rivas is the Project Support Officer for Nicaragua. She joined the Teach a Man To Fish team in March 2019, playing a key role in the implementation of all activities related the School Enterprise Challenge programme. Before joining the team, Francela gained experience in the field of youth leadership, entrepreneurship and sustainable development by volunteering and working with different international nonprofit organizations across Nicaragua.
She got a Bachelor’s degree in Marketing and a Diploma in Youth Leadership both from the Central American University (UCA) in Managua.
Ariana Fernández is the Nicaragua Project Officer for Teach A Man To Fish.
Ariana, born and raised in Managua, Nicaragua joined Teach a Man to Fish in June 2015. She is working in lead on all finance aspects in the regional office in Nicaragua and supporting in the creation of an organizational finance system that is efficient for the UK office and regional offices, as well as in the creation of small manuals for easy use in Central America. Besides the finances she is also supporting the Central America team in the implementation of the Enterprising Schools Network.
Ariana has previously volunteered in social movements in Nicaragua like Mision Bosawas - a movement that works with the nature reserve BOSAWAS - where she supported in the creation of the administrative and finance system, and has work experience in accounting and administration in various Nicaraguan companies.
Ariana also has participated in important programs like “Agentes de Cambio 2014” that is a regional training programme Social Policy from the foundation Friedrich Ebert Stiftung(FES) and she has been formed and educated to promote the human rights for indigenous groups from Bosawas. Currently, she is finishing her degree in Finances at the Universidad Centroamericana (UCA) in Managua.
Sharon Munyazikwiye works at Teach a Man to Fish as the Rwanda Country Manager. Having joined in April 2014, Sharon is now working with 28 schools in the Nyaruguru district, South Rwanda, to develop business plans and implement school businesses as part of the “Rwanda Girl’s Education Advancement Project.” These school businesses will generate income for the schools and act as an educational resource for the students, developing their technical, business and soft skills.
Prior to joining Teach A Man To Fish, Sharon worked as a Senior Facilitator in ICT, Business and Life Skills at Digital Opportunity Trust (DOT) Rwanda under DOT’s Internship Program, where he delivered the ReachUp! Program, impacting more than 600 beneficiaries and 20 startups in Karongi, Western Rwanda. He served at Smart Enterprises Ltd as the Operations Manager under Nyabivumu Integrated Waste Management Project; and work with LUTI “Let Us Transform Life Initiative,” developing training and drafting projects and business plans. Sharon has also served as a Business Coach to the International Organisation for Migration (IOM) beneficiaries.
Sharon holds a bachelor’s degree in Environmental Chemistry from the former National University of Rwanda and a Business Management Certificate from the universal Class, with self-directed learning and capacity building in business and project planning.
Jean Paul Hategekimana joined Teach A Man To Fish in March 2019 as a School Enterprise Challenge Programme Officer in Rwanda, where he is fulfilling the tasks of delivering the School Enterprise Challenge and the School-Business model in Rwanda. He manages communications to schools, contributing to the organisation Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL) as well as delivering business workshops.
Prior to joining Teach A Man To Fish, Jean Paul was appointed as a school accountant at Ruhango in 2013 where he filled the responsibilities of accounting and finance by helping the school organizations to solve the problem existed in procedures by setting up guide of annual financial reports preparation at every year ended. Jean Paul was also a founder of a business company called “BERKIR CO Ltd” (Build and Enhance Research Knowledge in Rwanda) where he had trained the researchers and university students on the way to conduct a good research, knowledge on how to use SPSS software in data analysis. He was also delivering the advices in creating profitable businesses using available resources to the young entrepreneurs in Rwanda.
Jean Paul received different professional trainings including computer literacy, training in business plan and implementation, and training in the research methodology in Kenya. These stimulated him to become a young entrepreneur doing profitable small businesses in Rwanda from 2013 to 2018. Jean Paul holds a Bachelor of Business Administration from the former National University of Rwanda, and is following a Masters of Business Administration/Accounting & finance at Mount Kenya University.
Esperance Ineza joined Teach a Man to Fish in April 2019 as the Finance and Admin Officer, taking on the finance responsibility of the charity in Rwanda, supporting the office to maintain and improve the financial processes; maintains the organisation’s off and online files. She also offers the support to the on-going activities of the programme’s team of Teach A Man To Fish
Prior to joining Teach A Man To Fish, Esperance worked at only solution Ltd as an Accountant where she support and maintain financial transaction and Accounting Information
Esperance holds a bachelor’s degree in Finance from Kigali Independent University and she is currently pursuing a Master’s in Business Administration/ Finance at Adventist University of Central Africa.
Susannah Morcowitz is the South Africa Programme Manager at Teach A Man To Fish. She joined the charity in July 2013 and supported the management of the School Enterprise Challenge programme before re-locating in December 2016 to South Africa to run one of our major EuropeAid funded projects. In addition she overseas corporate partnership development and monitoring and evaluation of our programmes.
Prior to this Susannah carried out research for a Primary Care Trust on HIV and access to social care. Susannah has a background in community development and capacity building, working with socially excluded groups in the UK and India. Her experience includes a year in India supporting rural NGOs with organisational and disability specific programme development. Previously Susannah has worked with community groups in London tackling issues such as anti-social behaviour, racism and social exclusion.
Susannah has an MSc in Anthropology and Development from the LSE and a BA in Archaeology and Anthropology from the University of Bristol.
Nontobeko Makhaye joined Teach A Man to Fish in June 2018 as the School Enterprise Challenge Programme Support Officer, based in KwaZulu Natal, South Africa. She will be working to support schools in KZN and South Africa to plan, set up and develop educational and sustainable school enterprises. Previously she worked at Agribusiness Development Agency and Lima where she gained experience in supporting school businesses, local communities and agricultural projects and managing a range of environmental, social development and income generating projects in South Africa. Nontobeko has a great passion for working with schools and the business sector and has supported various school business across South Africa. Through her work at Lima she provided facilitation to different training to schools, government officials and the private sector. Nontobeko holds an honours degree in Geography and an undergraduate degree in Rural Resource Management from University of KwaZulu Natal.
James Love is the Regional Director for Africa at Teach A Man To Fish. He joined the team in October 2014 and is based in Kampala, Uganda. Since 2014, James has helped the team to grow operations in Uganda, Rwanda, Kenya and Tanzania. James also leads on Technical Assistance across Africa.
James brings 7 years of education and international development experience to Teach A Man To Fish and has previously worked at WaterAid, Link Ethiopia and Partner Schools Worldwide. More recently, he has been involved in researching and planning an eco-tourism business in Sri Lanka. James has a range of experience in designing and managing educational programmes, business development and monitoring and evaluation.
James holds a Masters in Development Education from the Institute of Education, London.
Alex Natuhwera is the Country Manager for Uganda. He has over 5 years’ experience in setting up, developing and running development projects whilst conducting human centred studies, project pilots and building partnerships.
He was recently a Program Manager at Elevate Partners for Education where he worked with top education leadership- District Education Offices (DEOs) and the Primary Teacher Colleges (PTCs) to identify priority education indicators in the district through use of SurveyCTO data collection app.
In 2016, Alex worked at Irise International as the Enterprise Program Manager coordinating a network of over 100 micro entrepreneurs from across Uganda to set up sanitary product businesses as a way of establishing access to menstrual products by vulnerable school girls. Has previously coordinated livelihood projects at Let Them Help Themselves out of Poverty (LTHT) in SW Uganda and was a Research Associate at Institute for Research and Development (IRDA).
Alex holds a Bachelor of Laws Degree from Uganda Christian University- Mukono and short training in Project Planning and Management from Institute for Research and Development (IRDA) – Mbarara. He has undergone certificate training in human rights documentation and Community Paralegals.
Anthony Bwengye is the School Enterprise Challenge East Africa Program Manager. He joined the Teach A Man To Fish team in January 2019. Anthony is an enterprising Educationist with 7 years in program management and teacher training, having graduated from Kyambogo and Makerere university with a B.A Arts in Education and Master’s Degree in Linguistics.
Anthony previously worked for Stir Education for three years and has worked in Rwanda under the Rwandan Education Board and British council as a Regional Teacher Trainer. As a consultant, Anthony was employed at Simu+ Education center as a product manager for one year after serving St. Andrews project (Ibanda) as a Content and Communications Manager. He is a dedicated, motivated and easy-going fellow.
Sarah Nassanga is the Monitoring and Evaluation Officer at Teach A Man To Fish. She joined the team in 2015, supporting the School Enterprise Challenge team in managing 300 schools, before taking up her current role where she works closely with 29 schools assessing the impact of our business model.
Prior to this Sarah volunteered for a year at the National Agricultural Research Organization providing technical support to the Human Resources team and assisted in all recruitment, selection, training and performance appraisal of 200 staff.
Sarah has a BA in Public Administration and Management from the Uganda Christian University.
Godwin Ahabwe joined the Teach A Man To Fish in May 2017 as the Empowerment for Girl's Education Field Officer based in Jinja, Uganda. Godwin is managing and coordinating 14 schools in both Jinja and Mukono under the Empowerment for Girl Education (EGE) consortium.
Godwin brings almost 2 years of experience in mentorship from Educate! Uganda.
Godwin also volunteered as a curriculum trainer with Balloon Ventures for 3 months. He has trained over 850 youth in different life skills, which have created more than 100 business start-ups in the districts of Kampala, Mbale, Mukono, Iganga, Bushenyi, Wakiso, Luwero, Mitoma among others in Uganda.
Godwin holds a Bachelor’s degree in Commerce (Finance Option) from Makerere University.
Brenda Ayoo is the Girls Education Challenge Field Officer at Teach A Man To Fish. She joined the charity in January 2017, as a School Enterprise Challenge support volunteer in the Uganda office. In this role, she worked closely with schools in training, implementing M&E, and visiting schools to assist them with their businesses She is coordinating to implement the School Enterprise Challenge in 14 schools in partnership with PEDN.
Prior to joining Teach A Man To Fish, Brenda volunteered with Challenges World Wide under International Citizen Service (ICS) for 3 months where she was working as Junior Business Associate taking informal sector entrepreneurs through entrepreneurship development.
She holds Bachelor (Hons) Degree in Business Education (Accounting Option) from Gulu University.
Modecai Osano is the Senior School Enterprise Challenge Field officer for Teach A Man To Fish. Having joined in February 2018, he supports and coordinates the delivery of School Enterprise Challenge activities and carries out regular updates on communication and registration. He is passionate about providing support to his community and is enthusiastic about learning new skills.
Prior to joining Teach A Man To Fish, Modecai completed training through DOT REACH-UP UGANDA on small and medium-sized enterprises (SME's) and worked with organisations including Samplex Africa as their Due Diligence Field Officer, Uganda Telecom as their I.T Support officer and Challenges Worldwide under International Citizenship Service(ICS) for 3 months as a volunteer Junior Business Consultant in the SME sector.
Modecai holds a BA(Hons) in Information Technology from Uganda Christian University
Ebong Bright Conne is the School Enterprise Challenge Field Officer for the Teach A Man To Fish family and is based in Kampala, Uganda. Bright coordinates 24 schools in both Arua and Dokolo under the School Enterprise Challenge.
She graduated from Makerere University with a bachelor’s degree in Arts in Economics and is a co-founder of Life Skills Uganda, an organization aimed at increasing household income through income-generating activities like handwork.
She also served as a Cohort 3 Fellow at Building Tomorrow Uganda, where she worked closely with children in the primary schools of Kanungu to ensure they stayed in school and received quality education.
Joram Muzira is the Finance and Admin Officer at Teach A Man To Fish Uganda. He joined the family in 2018 and is based at the Kampala office in Uganda. He holds a Bachelor’s Degree of Commerce (Accounting) from Makerere University and he is currently on level three (3) of the course of the Certified Public Accountants of Uganda (CPA).
Prior to joining Teach A Man To Fish, he worked as an Internal Auditor at Uganda Registration Services Bureau (URSB) and brings on board finance and audit experience.
Ephraim Wanyama is currently a Girls Education Challenge Senior Field Officer at Teach A Man To Fish's Uganda Office. He graduated with a bachelors in business computing from Uganda Christian University-Mukono, Uganda. As a result, Ephraim has a wealth of experience in coordinating community-based projects and mentoring youth. He joined Teach A Man To Fish in August 2018.
Before joining Teach A Man To Fish, Ephraim worked with the NGO Educate! for 5 years as a Mentor and Field Officer and also with Flow Uganda as a Sales Field Agent for one year. Ephraim has a keen interest in entrepreneurship, project planning and ICT.
Judith Mugero is a Girls Education Challenge Field Officer at Teach A Man To Fish where she is supporting 60 households in the Jinja and Mayuge districts.
She joined the team in 2018 as a Resource Person on the Income Generation Adaptations project whereby she supported on delivery of training and follow ups to a number of households in Jinja district.
Judith is a development practitioner with over 3 years experience in community organising and rural development.
Prior to this Judith volunteered at Uganda Red Cross Society where she assisted in community sensitisation, resource mobilisation, responded to disasters and life threatening emergencies.
Judith holds a post graduate diploma in Monitoring and Evaluation from Uganda Management Institute and a Bachelors degree in Development Studies from Uganda Christian University.
Jordan Byekwaso Lwanga is the Project Officer at Teach A Man To Fish. He joined the charity in January 2015 and is currently responsible for the Mackay Memorial business development project, developing a Multi-School Project and acting as the Uganda office liaison. Jordan brings over 4 years of experience working with youth and community groups to Teach A Man To Fish. Prior to joining the charity, Jordan worked with National Community of Women Living with HIV (NACWOLA) and Mentor Coach Empower Uganda (MCE Uganda) as a program officer. These experiences have given him a strong appreciation for the impact of education in transforming people’s livelihoods. Jordan holds a Masters degree in Adult and Community Education from Makerere University, Kampala Uganda.
Doreen Adjambo is the Uganda Office Volunteer at Teach A Man To Fish. She joined the team in 2019 as the Kenya Volunteer supporting the School Enterprise Challenge team in Kenya managing over 50 schools, before taking up her current role.
Prior to this, Doreen was a sales and customer care personnel at ISTAR COMPUTER WORLD and assisted in receiving and responding to client calls and queries, stock and inventory checking, authenticating office files and marketing their brand.
Doreen has a BA in Business Administration from Kampala International University.
Josephine Candiya is the ECW Field Officer for Teach A Man To Fish based in Palabek Settlement.
She joined in June 2020, working for Teach A Man To Fish as a part of the Education Cannot Wait Consortium, supporting the implementation of the School Enterprise Challenge programme in 10 Selected Primary Schools in Palabek Settlement and host community.
Prior to this role, Josephine worked as an Education officer and Educate Focal person, mentoring and training Secondary school girls and boys with soft,practical and business skills. She volunteered with Advance Afrika for more than 2 years, supporting the rehabilitation and re-integration of inmates and ex-inmates by offering training on business and entrepreneurial skills as well as supporting beneficiaries to develop business plans for financial support. In the settlement, Josephine supported 12 primary school health clubs with training on hygiene, sanitation and menstrual health hygiene during the implementation of the Canadian project with the Lutheran World Federation.
She is passionate about children and determined to contribute to their lives.
Yada Manisuru Kibajo is the ECW Field officer for Bidibidi Refugee Settlement in Yumbe, Uganda. He joined Teach A Man To Fish team in June 2020, working in 10 schools to train, implement M&E, and assist schools to develop business plans to help them identify feasible and viable businesses.
Prior to joining Teach A Man To Fish, Yada worked as an Entrepreneurship teacher at Maracha Secondary School for 2 years where he planned, prepared and delivered lesson plans and instructional materials that facilitated active learning, guided students to form Entrepreneurship Clubs and set up School Businesses. He worked as a Trainer with Trailblazers Monitoring Foundation (TMF) for 3 months, training champion parents in mentorship and learners entrepreneurship skills that helped them set up and manage school businesses. He also worked as a Child Protection Case Worker with World Vision Uganda for 1 year.
He holds a Bachelor Degree in Business Education with Accounting from Gulu University.
Kule Ziste is the ECW Field Officer for Kyangwali Refugee Settlement, Kikuube District in South Western Uganda.
He joined Teach A Man To Fish in June 2020 working with 10 schools from Kyangwali Refugee Settlement and the Host Community to implement the School Enterprise Challenge programme as part of the Education Cannot Wait Consortium. Prior to joining Teach A Man To Fish, KULE worked as a Graduate Intern with Plan International Uganda in Programs and Sponsorship. He also worked as a Community Social Worker with Humanitarian Initiative Just Relief Aid (HIJRA) and ALIGHT in the former American Refugee Settlement in Kyangwali for one year under the 2019/2020 UNHCR Project offering protection and community services to persons
of concerns (POCs).
Kule has also worked with Performance, Monitoring and Accountability (PMA) Makerere University School of Public Health as a Research Assistant on short term contracts. He holds a Bachelors Degree of Adult and Community Education from Makerere University Kampala.
Jamin Mulati is the Finance and Admin Officer for Teach A Man To Fish in Kampala, Uganda.
Jamin started working at Teach A Man To Fish in May 2020 and manages the day-to-day finance andaccounting processes. He also manages the admin functions. Jamin works in close coordination with the other members of the Global Finance team to ensure timely and accurate accounting and reporting of Uganda project works to ensure an efficient and error-free implementation process.
Prior to joining Teach A Man To Fish, Jamin worked as a Finance and technical officer with the World Bank – ICGLR Project in Uganda and Burundi.
Jamin has lived and worked in Kenya, Burundi, Rwanda, DRC and Uganda. He speaks English, Kiswahili and French.
Hope Lominsuk is the Finance and Admin Assistant at Teach A Man To Fish. He has been working as an accountant having met the at various organisations for the past 6 years, specialising in financial reporting and analysis.
After completing his high school education, he initially worked as an accounting clerk at an IT firm, Lasahara Systems. His experience in the development sector began in 2014, working as an accountant at the community-based organisation Matelong, supporting the organisation in its mission to help students reach their full potential through education. He progressed to the level of Finance Officer at Stir Education in 2016, where he was responsible for ensuring proper record keeping, summarising and analysing all financial documents to prepare periodic financial reports and donor reports.
Hope obtained a Bachelor’s degree in Accounting and Finance from Cavendish University in 2018.