Our Team

Lugei Foundation has a Board of Directors and is the policy making and advisory body of the organization. The board of directors comprise of 5 members, including the CEO. The board of directors appoints the chairperson of the board of directors from amongst the members of board.


Lugei Foundation has Honorary members both within Uganda and overseas, however, they are not eligible for Election to any posts of the Organization. With the exception of the founding chief executive officer, the board appoints the management team.
The CEO is head of the Technical Director(s), Programme Director(s), Operations, manager –finance, administration and human resource, program coordinators, accountant, administrator, office manager, and other employees as the board of directors shall deem necessary from time to time. The Board Secretary is responsible for ensuring that all records of the Board Meetings are well kept.

Management Team

  • Clinical Director
  • Programme Director Finance & Administration Director
  • Finance & Administration Director

General Assembly

The General Assembly of the organization is held on the last day of the organization’s calendar year of each year or as soon as practicable thereafter. The Board of Directors through the Organization’s Secretary shall call every annual general meeting. The Secretary normally gives at least 21 days’ notice of the Annual General meeting to all the members of the organization. All the members are entitled to attend and to vote at the meeting. The General Assembly is the supreme decision making organ of the organization.


Dr.Gulom Godfrey is a fully registered and licensed Medical Doctor (MD) and a Public Health Specialist, and an established Clinician, Senior Administrator, Health Care programmer and a Senior Health consultant. He qualified in Bachelors of Medicine and Bachelors of Surgery (KIU) and a Master of Science in Public Health (CIU). Godfrey is the Clinical Director/Co-Founder Lugei Foundation Uganda(L) and Research Fellow at Clarke International University (CIU), and is fully involved in Curative evidence based services, Mainstream Health Care programming both in curative and preventive practises, facilitating health trainings, Research, and Community Engagement. Dr. Gulom is passionate about Viral Hepatitis Programming, National Trainer of Trainers Viral Hepatitis B and C, and a member of various Technical working groups on HBV & HCV and a Viral Hepatitis Expert. He provided strategic technical, leadership, coordination and development for the effective operations of Agency for Research and Development Initiative(ARDI) in South Sudan under the Global challenge Research Fund (GCRF) (HIV and AIDS)Project.

He also served as a Health Coordinator in ARDI’s South Sudan famous Regional Outreach Addressing Reproductive, Maternal, adolescent and Child Health Services (RMNACH), viral Hepatitis B & C, and HIV and AIDS through Community Engagement Frameworks were Prevention-Behavior Change Projects focused on creating access to quality RMNACH Services, Viral Hepatitis, and HIV/AIDS services. He was also hired as a RMNACH technical expert and Consultant to develop training manuals on Reproductive, Maternal, Neonatal, Adolescent and Child Health (RMNACH), community trainings and cross cutting issues for Save the Children across Somalia. GODFREY was a member of the Uganda Gastroenterology Society (UGES), he also won the Best Medical Intern of the Year Academic Staff Performance Excellency Award; Mulago National Referral Hospital. Feb- May 2014. While at CIU he was the Sexual and Reproductive Health (SRH) Team Leader – Bidibidi Refugee Settlement Camp field study trip – Health in Conflict & Complex Emergencies, April, 2017 Office of Prime Minister & CIU.

Dr GULOM is an established Oral presenter in national and international conferences with a sound track record of evidence documentation using data quality audits, intervention reports, abstracts and manuscripts. He also has strong skills and competences in program development, including; project proposal development, networking and currently he is involved in managing a number of collaborations and partnerships with other partners. He has study, work and travel experiences in the following countries: Uganda, South Sudan, Ethiopia, Kenya, Republic of Sudan, Ghana, Rwanda, Democratic Republic of Congo, Central African Republic (CAR) and India.

Dr. Gulom Godfrey

Clinical Director/Research Associate

Dr. John Bosco Alege

Programme Director


Dr.John Bosco ALEGE is a Public Health Specialist, and an established academician, Senior Administrator and health program manager. He is currently a Doctoral Fellow at the Department of Community & Epidemiology, Health, School of Public Health& Applied Human Sciences, Kenyatta University, Kenya, Nairobi Kenya. He qualified in Community Health (UMU), MSc. in Development Planning (University of London) and a Master of Science in Public Health (CIU) with a Postgraduate Certificate in Strategic Information. John is currently a Senior Lecturer at School of Public Health, Clarke International University, and is fully involved in facilitating teaching & Learning, Research and Community Engagement. John is passionate about Viral Hepatits Programming, a member of various Technical working groups on HBV & HCV. John previously provided strategic technical, leadership, growth and development for the effective operations of FHI360 in South Sudan under the Sudan HIV and AIDS Project (SHARP), the biggest USAID/President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief in Africa (PEPFAR) programme. SHARP a $22M five-year programme aimed at improving access to HIV services to Most-at-Risk Populations (MARPS).

He also served as a Programme Lead in South Sudan, in FHI360’s famous Regional Outreach Addressing HIV and AIDS through Development Strategies (ROADS) I & II. The ROADS I & II projects with a budget of over $ 5.7m were prevention-Behavior Change Projects focused on creating access to quality HIV and AIDS services.He also worked as an Emergency Health Grants Manager, with Development Alternatives Inc. that implemented a USAID/Office of Transitional Initiative Programme for South Sudanese Returnees from Ethiopia. John was a common Wealth Scholar at University College London, University of London, he also won the Vice Chancellor's Merit Scholarship at Uganda Martyrs University (UMU). While at CIU he was the best Employee of the year (2014). Co-author of four publications and a book chapter, he also participates in conference presentations, on average two international conferences per year.


Ms.Nimwesiga Christine is an established Public Health Specialist and Health Systems Leader. She is currently the Assistant District Health Officer for Ibanda District. She has a Diploma in Nursing, Diploma in Midwifery, Diploma in Health Services Management and Bachelor of Nursing Sciences with two Graduate degrees in Master of Nursing Sciences and Master of Science in Public Health. She is approachable, self-motivated, good team player, pays attention to every little detail and is accurate in delivering tasks given to her. Christine has excellent communication, interpersonal and presentation skills.

As a leader and manager in the Healthcare System in Uganda, Christine has core competencies in; Planning, Organizing, Coordinating & Budgeting. She embraces a Result-Oriented management style and is keen on networking with other people, both locally and internationally. She is a Coach and Mentor in the clinical area especially in nursing, and mentoring other lower cadre staff in the healthcare system. Christine has Excellent computer skills and competencies including in; Microsoft office, particularly excel, Microsoft word, PowerPoint and internet services and e-learning. Computer skills (Microsoft (word, excel, outlook, access, power point, Internet, SPSS package, STATA, Epidata package).

Ms.Nimwesiga Christine

Public Health Specialist