CPAR Uganda Welcomes Mr. Engole to its Board of Directors

We, at CPAR Uganda Ltd, are delighted to welcome Mr. Johnson Stanley Okullo Engole, as the new member of our Board of Directors. Mr. Engole became a member of our General Assembly in 2016 and with him he brought to CPAR Uganda Ltd a wealth of knowledge and experience, including the history of how the Uganda country programme of the Canadian Physicians for Aid and Relief (CPAR Uganda) entered and worked in Lango Sub-Region, later transforming into CPAR Uganda Ltd.

Mr. Engole contributing during a CPAR Uganda Ltd high level dialogue on tuberculosis

He is a retired civil servant and a significant elder of Oyam District, of Lango Sub-Region and of Uganda as a whole who possess a wealth knowledge and skills on good governance:

  • 1968 to 1988 he was the Chairman of Wanahewa – i.e. the EAAC Credit and Savings Cooperative Society.
  • 1967 to 1968 he was the Chairman of the EAAC Workers Union;
  • 1968 to 1971 he was a Councillor at Kampala City Council – serving on various committees;
  • 1988 to 2005 he represented Loro as an LC V Councillor of Apac District Local Council – serving as Secretary for Production (1996 to 2000) and Speaker (2001 to 2005).
  • 1997 to date he is the Chairman of Lango Cooperative Union Ltd.

His other accomplishments include, but are not limited to: 1962 – worked as a Revenue Clerk in Kampala City Council; 1963 to 1977 – worked for the East African Airways Corporation (EAAC) in different capacities;1978 to 1979 – was in exile where he taught as a secondary school teacher in Nakuru; and 1979 – returned to Uganda and until 1988 he was the Marketing Manager for Uganda Airlines

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  1. […] Mr. Johson Stanley Okullo Engole recollects and shared how he remembers the entry of the Uganda Country Programme of Canadian Physicians for Aid and Relief (CPAR Uganda) in to Lango. He did so during a Loro Sub-County Elders Forum that was hosted by CPAR Uganda Ltd at its Loro Base Camp on Tuesday, 15th August 2016. Mr. Engole shared thus: […]

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