Kekuline Edith holds a diploma of Theology at St. John’s College, Episcopal University and she attained advanced secondary school at Standard College Bugiri-Uganda. She worked with World concern International, (ECSS) Mother Union in the program of literacy finance and education, IRC and ACF-USA. She is a trainer of transformational development, ethics and accountability, trauma healing, accumulated saving and credit association, business skills and business management across the country.
James Madut, is currently pursuing Master’s Degree in Accounting and finance at Atlantic International University USA and KASNEB CPA certificate certify public accountant. He holds a Bachelor degree of Science in Accounting and Finance in Juba University. He works for humanitarian agencies for seven years on Grant management, finance, logistics, administration and program implementation.
Nathaniel Maral Mayom holds a Bachelor of Arts in Development Studies at Cavendish University Uganda with intensive experience in humanitarian response sector. He attended intensive trainings on project management including grant management, project planning, financial management, operations management, ethic and safety, monitoring and Evaluation, project reporting and communicating the result of project as well as many others. He worked for Strategic Initiative for Women in the Horn of Africa (SIHA) whereby he managed various projects including OSIEA, Amplify Change, United Nations Trust Fund (UNTF) to End Violence against Women, United Nation Population Fund (UNFPA) and Norwegian Church Aids (NCA) projects. Other organizations and Institutions were includes Christian Action for relief and Development, Open Doors International for Africa services and Episcopal Church of South Sudan-Diocese of Wau, where he served as Diocesan Administrative secretary.