SALEM Brotherhood Uganda Ltd is managed on day to day work by a Ugandan team. This team is headed by the Director who is assisted by two deputies. One of these deputies is responsible for general administration and the other for human resource issues. The Medical coordinator is the head of the technical hospital team who is assisted by one Hospital Administrator. The 13 heads of departments are responsible for governing on the daily operations in their respective departments andonce in a month they meet for the planning and coordination of all internal structures. The departments include Accountancy, Child Care, Community Based Services, Forestry, Guest House, Nursery School, Nursing School, Medical Care, Hospital, Security, Technical, Tailoring, Stores.
From left to right (back): Epenyu Andrew (Deputy Director), Akol Grace (Nurses Training school, Head of Theatre), Were Mutwalibi (Security Dep.), Bingi Elsie (Head of Guest house), Medeyi Denis (Director), Apolot Tabitha (Head of Reproductive Health, ANC), Namajja Milly (Accountancy), Akongo Joyce Mary (Warden Childrens’ Home), Gertrud Schweizer-Ehrler (Project Advisor), Mukulu Mohammed (Head of Transport), Nandala Peter (Head Technical), Apoo Liz (Records Assistant).
Front row: Kantono Racheal (Social Worker), Twanza Patience (Secretary), Taliba Ruth (Stores manager).
From left to right: Medeyi Denis (Director), Manana Loyce Kusolo (Head of School of Nursing), Samuel Müller (Director SALEM International), Gertrud Schweizer-Ehrler (Project Representative), Epenyu Andrew (Deputy Director)
The organisation management also welcomes the presence of other subcommittees instituted by Government policies that do the advisory role; e.g. The Hospital Management committee and the Children’s home Management Committee.
The executive board is finally supported by the Board of Directors that ensures establishing broad policies and objectives. The Board is also responsible for reviewing the overall performance of the organisation in addition to approving annual budgets and ensuring the availability and proper management of all the financial resources.
All these play a very important role in policy formulation and interpretations.