Kigere Rose: Executive Director – She is the overall manager of the organization. Rose ensures planning, budgeting, coordination of all programs for WORI. Rose is charged with the responsibility of developing new ideas as well as monitoring and evaluation of all programs to assess impact and progress of projects. Lastly, she is responsible for networking with other organizations for partnership and together with program officers develop project proposals for funding.
Nyonyintono Annet: Programs support officer – She engages in planning and implementing project activities like community outreaches under the human rights and economic empowerment projects, psycho-social and counseling to the Gender Based Violence victims and survivors documenting reports on activities and findings and any other duties as assigned by the supervisor from time to time.
Mugabi Stewart: Administrative Assistant -His role is to prepare and circulate notices of meetings minutes and other papers to the executive members. Stewart assists the Finance officer and Director to effectively run and administer the WORI Office. Additionally he is charged with the responsibilities of procurement of all office running needs and assisting the Finance officer in the day today activities in the finance department<
Bagonza Rebecca: Programs officer – She makes sure that the day today field activities run as planned and gathers information from the beneficiaries in communities for specific programs. She ensures that all groups of women are provided with counseling and psychosocial support, especially those that are facing violence. She also follows up with cases of abuse with in the community. Lastly, she creates linkages with service providers and partners that provide service to abuse victims, such as the police, medical centers, and the court of law.
JOSHUA Muwanguzi Ngobi: Programs support officer – Is responsible for Sexual Reproductive Health and Rights program activities such as Cervical Cancer trainings and screenings in communities, menstrual hygiene and re-usable pads trainings and sales to both school going girls and women in community. He is also involved in planning and organizing mentorship activities among students in schools as well as local and international intern and volunteer co-ordination.
Rebecca Wilson:International programmes cordinator- is responsible for many international endeavors of WORI. She started working with WORI in 2012, whilst interning with another NGO in Jinja, however she was so impressed with the fantastic work of WORI that she has continued to volunteer ever since. Most of her voluntary work carried out at the University of St Andrews, Scotland, where Rebecca is currently completing a PhD which focuses on gender and violence. She focuses primarily on fundraising for the domestic violence shelter but is interested in all of WORI’s work and is always looking forward to her next trip to Jinja.