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Founder and CEO,

Aliguma Foundation (since 2017)

Ritah, the founder of the foundation, is passionate about organizing and developing strategies that are deliverable with a deliberate thinking and design, enthused about the wholesome growth and development of Young Sports Journalists and community empowerment.

Ritah Aliguma holds a first class Diploma in Journalism from Uganda Institute of Business and Media Studies in Kampala. 

Ritah has demonstrated her ability to communicate effectively and to work with a range of stakeholders in Uganda and globe including government officials, civil society organizations, non-state actors and international communities. She has extensive experience in working in multi-cultural environments.

Ritah Aliguma is seen as an exceptionally passionate sports personality who joined sports journalism in 2010. She was inducted as a Mentor in the annual Hong-Kong Sports Press Association Young Reporters Program.

In 2014, she was appointed the first female Vice President of the Uganda Sports Press Association (USPA) and served two terms in office. 

She also became the first Ugandan to voted at the International sports press Association African executive.


Legal Advisor


LLB (MUK), PGD Law (KSL), MPP (student) UMI.


Dorcus Bayiga is a partner at Kal Advocates, a law firm registered in Uganda whose core competence is in Corporate & Commercial Law, Litigation, Land Law, Procurement Law, laws governing NGO's and other Not For Profit Entities among others.


She is passionate about working with NGO's and Not For Profit Entities. She offers legal advice, drafts and reviews several legal documents and mediates any emerging disputes.



Emmanuel is  a final year student at Kyambogo University, pursuing bachelor's degree in Information Systems


Emmanuel is central to Aliguma Foundation's record keeping, and also plays a major role in Community Outreach. he is one of our 'front-line' team members. He is always out in the community engaging with the people and facilitating activities/events.  

Emmanuel says he loves to work with the Aliguma Foundation and here is his reason: "... because of my love and passion to share with the less privileged people in slums."



Saltray Lubega is a multi-faceted contemporary Artist (Fine-Art & Graphics Design, Music & Acting, Still & Motion Photography) who has majored in Television & Broadcasting.

Saltray is a successful and highly experienced media person with a wealth of Skills in Video & Television Production, having walked thru the ranks from Director of Photography to Video Editor, Productions Director and subsequently Television Station Manager, climaxing with a short stint at CNN Headquarters in Atlanta, Georgia.

He is widely traveled both as a Broadcast Media person and photographer to Europe, Asia and the USA.

Currently, he is the CEO of Iris Mission Africa, a not-for-profit organization, working in partnership with other stakeholders to empower especially young people with skills to fight poverty through Art, Photography & Film.

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planning & publicity manager

(B.A (SS) Makerere University) 

Innocent M. Ndawula is well-known and highly respected sports journalist. Ndawula has extensive radio and TV sports commentary and anchoring experience, and still writes for Monitor Publications.


Over the past decade, Ndawula has been a mainstay in the journalism business and has covered several major international sports events for print and electronic media with distinction.


Currently, Sports Deputy Editor at Monitor Publications Ltd, Ndawula's talent has shone through at global platforms with SuperSport and BBC Africa as well as in Uganda with NTV, KFM and the defunct WBS TV


From covering the Rugby World Cup in France 2007, ICC Cricket World Cups (Sri Lanka 2006 (U-19s) and South Africa 2003, Africa Cup of Nations (Ghana 2008) and Africa Netball Championships (Uganda 2015), Ndawula has extended his trade to editing sports magazines. 


He is the editor of Golf100 Magazine (arguably the best in Africa), The Ugandan Cricketer Magazine (a hub of cricket news in the region), and was the sub-editor of defunct FourFourTwo East Africa Football


Having grown up in Naguru Quarters, a slum in the city center of Kampala that takes credit for producing 70 per cent of Uganda’s international athletes; boxing, cricket, golf, tennis, table tennis, badminton and hockey among others, Ndawula’s work with the Aliguma Foundation cannot be understated as it has a resolute and direct positive impact on the lives of the underprivileged.


Public Relations Director

Boaz is a graduate of Makerere University with Bachelor of Arts with education (HONs),he also holds master of security and strategic studies.

He loves rendering a helping hand to less privileged .

He has worked in different countries and for different organisations including Uganda and Iraq.


He is the Public Relations Director of the Aliguma Foundation. He is the proprietor and CEO of both Rafa Pre-school and Day Care Centre  and Ardent Security Consultants.

He is passionate about sports, changing society in any way he can without expecting anything back. He believes that societal injustices can be done away with if we all raise our voices to condemn them. He is a man of his word; to him integrity comes second to none.



Pursuing a Bachelor's of Information Systems in Computer Science at Kyambogo University 


"I am passionate about working with NGO's and Not For Profit Entities."


Offers photography and videography services, manages social media platforms and takes care of the operations of the Foundation."

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