CURE Uganda says goodbye to Peter

CURE Uganda is sad to bid farewell to Peter Sagabo, who we all agree is the best Human Resources manager! Peter started his tenure at CURE Uganda 12 years ago as a social worker, and he climbed the ranks all the way to Human Resources and Communication Manager at the hospital.

Peter with staff at CURE Uganda

Peter, center, with staff at CURE Uganda

Peter became one of the pioneers of mobile clinics during his time at CURE. His love for ministry and for serving the children of Uganda saw him rise to the ranks of a senior manager at CURE Uganda. Because of Peter’s commitment to the work of CURE, he stayed in Mbale during the week and only saw his family in Kampala, which is about five hours away from CURE, on the weekends. As years passed by, Peter felt God calling him into ministry at his church in Kampala, so with the blessing and prayers of the senior management team at CURE Uganda, he was able to find a job which will enable him to spend more time with his family and also do more youth ministry at his church.

The Spiritual Ministry team prays blessings over Peter as he leaves

The Spiritual Ministry team prays blessings over Peter as he leaves

Peter will be sorely missed by staff here in Uganda. Derek Johnson, our Executive Director, calls him “irreplaceable,” and Spiritual Director Miriam Ongom says, “He really is a smart and blessed man of God.”

Peter is now training our new Human Resources Manager, Esther, who we will introduce when she is settled in.


Photo of the Edwin Ongom

About the Author:

Edwin is a Storyteller at CURE Uganda.

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