Our Team


Anthony Oleja Enyogu


Anthony is a disability and rehabilitation management specialist whose entire lifetime has been dedicated to improving the lives of persons with disabilities and older persons. Anthony’s career has grown right from a village maternal health informant and Community Based Rehabilitation (CBR) worker to a disability programmer; gerontologist and; Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL) specialist and consultant in Africa.

There is no pay better than changing lives of people who can never pay you back!

Agnes Kirabo basalirwa


Agnes believes in the power of the people to change themselves. As a young advocate and social worker, Agnes is driven by creating positive change among peripheral persons.

Our work should always be sanctioned by the persons that we purport to support

Osbert Olupot



Osbert designs and implements our education and training programmes with a bias on disability and Inclusive Digital Economies (IDEs). A Certified teacher of Economics and Computer Studies, Osbert has worked in humanitarian settings, built systems for programme tracking and M&E and supported change.

Everyone deserves respect and support. It is a sure way of winning

Rovence Tuhirirwe


Rovy hails from Kabale in western Uganda and is passionate about community development and gender issues. Rovy joined ICD as a Finance and Administration Assistant but has over the years learnt programming, partnership management and, community work. Rovy is a graduate of Accounting and Finance and currently working towards attaining full CPA

Work started is half done

Marion Dorcas Alupo


Marion is responsible for: supporting the development and implementation of a financial manual; ensuring financial control and that all operations are in line with existing financial procedures; administration, purchases and procurement; stores management; financial planning and budget management; financial management; financial reporting and; capacity building. She poses as an astute financial officer who makes every penny count. Her background in social work and academia makes her connect the dots in financial management of a non-profit sector.

Every penny count, every result matters

Pamella Kirunda


Pamella is accountant who is meticulous and transparent in all her dealings and work. An accomplished auditor with 10 years’ experience in accounting and auditing, CPA III and a Bachelors degree in Commerce (Accounting option) from Makerere University. Pamella is a self-driven worker, skilled in donor financial reporting and management among others.

Every resource account and every team member should get hold of their conscience and actions so that to deliver everything of a value for money principle. Integrity, honesty and accountability (of resources and actions) are the core defining principles that Pam works with.
I believe in transformation for the better. It starts with the little things that we may ignore.

Ian Isooba


Ian is the Programme officer who also supports the WASH and M&E docket to generate evidence for change. Ian is a young graduate of social sciences from Makerere university and he thrives to build a lustrous career in Development management

It’s not all about work but changing lives for the better. Ian believes that just as change is inevitable, vulnerability can as well be changed and every person enjoys a dignified life.

The resources around us can be turned into productive assets only if we are able to learn, un-learn and re-learn.