• Our Story

    enjuba Spelling Bee is a catalytic education organization that is aimed at developing responsible citizens, authentic leaders and credible change agents through a number of literacy initiatives, such as reading, writing and spelling. We believe that words change the world™, and that we can harness their power to transform our country and and the world. Through these literacy initiatives, we are building on this transformative power of words in schools to enable children to improve their literacy, unlock their imagination and develop key life skills such as confidence, teamwork, critical thinking and presentation.


    5 out of every 10 Ugandans are children below the age of 15, and the future belongs to them. Unfortunately, 71% of them are not finishing primary school in time. This is caused by, among other reasons, inability to read and write which leads to low competence, low self esteem hence a lack of interest in learning. A recent Uwezo report indicates that 60% of children in primary schools are unable to read.


    Responsible Citizens. Authentic Leaders. Credible Change Agents.


    Our mission is use these low cost, high impact activities such as the Spelling Bee, a writing competition, and a national reading day to empower children to achieve their dreams and live their lives to their full potential.







  • Our Team

    "Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful,

    committed citizens can change the world; indeed,

    it's the only thing that ever has"

    - Margaret Mead


    Aaron Kirunda

    Chief Executive

    Mariama Ross

    Curriculum Expert

    Moses Tusiime

    Chief Operations

    Aleks Kubin

    Literacy Specialist

    Gastervus Kakaire

    Director of Training

    Gloria Kemigisha

    Events Curator

    Peter Mugogo


    Isabella Acomai

    Media Associate

    Martin Juuko


    Juliet Opoya


  • Board of Advisors

    Rebecca Kadaga

    Rt.Hon. Speaker

    Parliament of Uganda

    Alan Shonubi

    Founding Partner

    Shonubi Musoke & Co.

    Ambrose Atwoko

    Director, Education &

    Social Services, KCCA

    Simon Kaheru


    UBC, SMS Media

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