Learn Where Our First Alums in Africa are Working!

Map of AfricaABF first began its outreach to Christian Scientists in Africa in 2006. Many of those students have now graduated from university or completed their technical programs and found employment. Following is a partial list of our first ABF alums in Africa and how they are putting their education to good use.  If you are an ABF alum and would like to be listed here, please email your information to africa@albertbakerfund.org with the subject line “News from ABF Alum in Africa.”

  • Maureen Baraza is a nursery school teacher in Uganda
  • Wilberforce Damba is an auto mechanic in Uganda
  • Komako James is a real time analyst for Mobile Telephone Network, the largest telephone company in Uganda
  • James Kasozi is the IT (information technology) manager for Post Bank Uganda, Ltd.
  • Adedeh Malachi works as an architectural engineer while enrolled in a master’s program in Nairobi, Kenya
  • Jacqueline Namusalisi is the quality control manager for Brittania Foods Ltd. in Uganda, while taking graduate school courses in Kampala
  • Edmond Nanoukon is an independent IT consultant in Benin whose clients include major government agencies and corporations. Edmond is also a fellow of LEAD (Leadership for Environment and Development), a leadership network based in the UK
  • Enoch Rutsigazi is a customer service support administrator at Mobile Telephone Network in Uganda
  • Margaret Namubiru is a researcher at Premier Consulting Associates, Ltd. in Kampala, Uganda
  • Lloyd Sakala is a mechanical engineer for an auto garage in Lusaka, Zambia
  • Moses Ssali has started an event planning company in Uganda
  • Olivia Talemwa is a consultant for a Ugandan governmental agency
  • Esau Tumwine is a librarian at Makerere University in Kampala, Uganda, where he graduated

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