uganda | Lukome center

Richard Kyitarinyeba


Currently serving as the Uganda’s Head of Office, Richard has been working for ChildVoice since its founding in 2006. Prior to joining ChildVoice, Richard worked for the Baptist Mission of Uganda and in the field of tourism. He also brings to ChildVoice many years of experience as a successful entrepreneur. With his unique and diverse background and personal commitment to war-affected children, Richard has been an integral part of ChildVoice’s success. When he’s not at work, Richard enjoys spending time with his wife and their four children.

Martha Achieng


Martha serves as the Lukome Center’s Administrator and Finance Resource Assistant, supervising office activities and managing financial transactions and reports. Martha values the relationships she has built with both the local and U.S. teams and enjoys the opportunity she has to learn new things in her job and helping to support her family. Martha says one of her favorite things about working at the Lukome Center is seeing the positive impact made in the lives of the students.

Godfrey Nkutu


Originally from Kampala, Godfrey serves as Operations Manager at the Lukome Center, overseeing all renovation and construction at the site as well as supervising the farm and other projects such as the hog and fishpond operations. Godfrey has a background in education, management, and radio. He enjoys spending time with his wife and child.

Rita Aol


Rita currently serves as the Lukome Center’s Project Officer. After several months serving as a volunteer, she began working fulltime with ChildVoice in 2016 as a spiritual leader and counselor. Rita has a diverse background in trauma counseling, development studies, and working with refugees and relief agencies. Rita is from northern Uganda and says she has a heart to help her people.

Uganda staff not pictured: Dennis Onen, Driver; Francis Odong, Office Guard; Jacob Bismata, Mechanic; Lois Achol, Public Relations and Human Resource Assistant; Martin Laboke, Center Guard; Stella Auma, Counselor; and Winnie Acayo, Post Residential Counselor.