Christina Angela Ntulo
Christina has a Degree in Psychology and Management, a Post Graduate Diploma in Human Resource Management and a Masters in Public Health. She is currently pursuing her PHD in Mental Health systems Reform.
Christina’s first job was Head Teacher for a school for moderately and severely mentally handicapped children in Nairobi called St. Peter’s. Here she worked for two years involved in overall management, fundraising and ensuring that the individual needs of each child were met.
In September 2001, she continued to the Federation of Women Lawyers in Kenya (FIDA-KENYA) as their Counselling Psychologist, setting up the Counselling Department which worked along the Legal Aid department in providing psychological and emotional support to survivors of gender based violence.
Christina then lead the BasicNeeds Uganda Programme that is responsible for providing treatment to over 63,000 mentally ill people over the last 12 years. She is also involved in youth economic empowerment in northern Uganda and Kampala’s low income settlement. Now as a consultant Christina works in the field of human rights and social service reform.
Christina has served on Boards in the capacity of Treasurer and vice Chairperson helping set up institutional system. Christina also has a range of experience in fundraising, advocacy, working with vulnerable groups in developing their own advocacy campaign and conflict resolution for individual and organizational teams.
Vincent has a Degree in Environmental Management and a Master’s in Public Health. He is a dedicated professional with over 13 years’ experience working for local and international Non-Governmental Organisations.
His career contribution has been in the area of public health and social development sectors to maximize the resilience attributes of communities to demystify systemic determinants of poverty, disease and social injustice for young people, orphans and vulnerable children, survivors of torture and Persons with disabilities (especially people with mental disorders and epilepsy).
He has been a technical contributor to the design and implementation flagship initiatives in Mental Health and Development, HIV/AIDS prevention and care, Sexual and Reproductive health, Sustainable livelihoods, Governance and Human Rights Advocacy, Early childhood care and development, Education and Skills Development, Gender and development, and Self Help development.
Now he works for GOAL Uganda as the Deputy Director of ACT Health; a governance programme for the health sector designed to improve health service delivery through social accountability in 19 districts of Uganda.