Who We Are
David is a registered nurse with ten years of experience. He was born in the Bududa District and is passionately committed to the health of his community. He believes not only in the importance of good medical care but the importance of health education so people can remain healthy. David is working closely with the CBO to establish the Bukobero Community Health Centre and will be the Clinic Director when it is completed. Currently, David is working at Bwindi Community Hospital in southwestern Uganda in the HIV/AIDS Prevention and Treatment Program.
Sheila has a Master of Science in International Health from Charite´ Medical School in Berlin. She has worked in Rwanda with Tulane University’s Country Program and with the World Health Organization in Geneva. In Uganda, Sheila worked at Bwindi Community Hospital for over two years where she coordinated a program providing medical care to the under-served. Under her leadership, the program grew over ten-fold. Sheila is the Development Officer for the project.
Bukobero Community Health Centre CBO Officers
Constant is retired from a 22-year career teaching building construction trades in technical colleges, including Uganda Technical College – Elgon and Kasodo Technical Institute. He now farms and grows coffee. A long-time community leader, Constant will oversee the construction of the health facility.
Fred Peter Maira Mutsaka
Fred Peter is a certified accountant and is the Secretary for CBO meetings and coordinates its banking and auditing auditing activities. He is also employed by the local government to promote small businesses and help develop entrepreneurial start ups in the community. In addition to being Secretary, Fred Peter is directing the development of a business cooperative for the CBO which will support income generating activities to sustain the health centre in the future.
Remain alert to the well-being of those we serve through providing quality health care, education, outreach, innovative services, and supporting income generating activities for sustainable services through established medical and administrative structural systems.
To have a healthy and productive community free from preventable disease and impacts of disasters, and with quality health services accessible to all.
Dignity and Reverence
Recognizing every life as a gift from God, so each individual is inherently valued.
Maintain highest standards and achieve them by continually measuring and improving our outcomes.
Welcome changes, encourage invention and continually seek better, more efficient ways to our goals.
Collaborate and share knowledge to benefit patients and communities for the advancement of our mission.
Exceed our patients and/or communities expectations for comfort and convenience.
Adhere to high moral principles and professional standards by a commitment to honesty, confidentiality, trust, respect and transparency.