David Ojuu is a professional Agriculturalist who started practicing the profession in the year 2008, dealing with farmers in the farmer field schools methodology; engaged in building the capacity of rural communities to address issues related to food security, livelihoods enhancement, hygiene and sanitation and mobilization of communities to participate in community driven development activities.
David is a soft spoken person who likes working and flexible in relating with all categories of people, committed to whatever I do, I can work and produce results with minimum supervision, Believer and active participant in team work; irrespective of race, Religion, Political differences, Cultural or Socio Economic status.
Jacob Mantel is a Canadian Paramedic Student who is deeply passionate about helping the less fortunate in this world. His professional education has been obtained at the Justice Institute of British Columbia (JIBC). He holds a certificate as a Primary Care Paramedic from the JIBC. He is also trained and experienced in Search and Rescue, holding certificates in High Angle Rope Rescue, Ice Rescue, Swift Water Rescue and Ground Search and Rescue Operations.
At the age of 9, Jacob met a Ugandan man that spoke in his home church and then later was welcomed into his home for dinner and accommodations. Jacob instantly connected with this curious man, and his love for Uganda was sparked and has been growing ever since.
Jacob recently traveled to Uganda at the ago of 19. On his trip, he met a group of Ugandan men, all very passionate for humanitarian work though the educating and empowering of local farmers within Uganda. This group of men decided to officially launch a humanitarian organization called FINASP. Jacob has partnered with FINASP and is very exciting to be working along side his Ugandan friends, sharing his passion, and helping the less fortunate in the world.
Patrick Dinno is a Civil Engineer by profession from Makerere University. He has undertaken a keen study in the Environment Engineering section where he carried out a detailed study on the reuse of grey water. He has written a paper ‘Experiences in grey water management a case study of Kyebando – Kisalosalo’ yet to be published. In addition to different works done in the field of sanitation, Patrick Dinno has also worked with Uganda National Roads Authority, a road agency in Uganda; he therefore understands the major challenges Uganda faces in the water, Sanitation and Road sector. With his advance knowledge in this sector, FINASP shall be able to address the numerous challenges faced by the communities thus reducing on the prevalence of water and sanitation related diseases as well as work hand in hand with the community to ensure that the roads constructed are up to standard thus improving community development and family livelihoods.