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Our team

We are mix of experienced managers, finance professionals and agricultural specialists with experience in the public and private sector.


We share a passion for sustainable development and local communities. And of course, trees!

Programme Manager
Position Vacant

METGE has ambitious expansion plans and will be recruiting addition staff over the next three months.   Check out our Vacancies page.

Micheal Sunday
Project Officer
Michael joined METGE in early 2018 and holds a BSc in Agriculture from the University of Gulu, Nothern Region, Uganda. Prior to joining METGE he worked with the International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA).  He has taken on management of the various project officers in organisations supported by us. He is working to introduce high-value monitoring and evaluation tools to the programme, using digital systems.
Judith Mutenyo
Project Officer
Judith holds a BSc in Agricultural Land Use and Management from Makerere University.  Before joining METGE, she worked with Vi Agroforestry for 10 years and has extensive experience in agroforestry, sustainable agricultural land management, VSLA and gender mainstreaming. She has worked with different farming communities in central and western Uganda.
Hellen Alupo:
Finance Officer

Hellen is contracted from Blue Bolt to undertake the accounting work for the business. She is a degree holder in Project Planning- including Entrepreneurship and Accountancy - from the Uganda Christian University, Mukono. Her specialist role has been in audit work and she has been with METGE since January 2018.

Joyce Kimono:
Office Manager

Joyce qualified as a Social Worker from Uganda Martyrs University, and joined METGE in March 2018. Before that she held two volunteer social work posts, specialising in work with both adults and children.

Juliette Namono:
Assistant Project Officer

Juliette holds a Diploma in Beekeeping and has been specifically engaged to drive our community work and especially to build capacity in rural communities. This is very much tied to honey as a medicinal benefit, food source and trade product. She has worked previously for the National Agricultural Advisory Service. She was initially engaged to successfully establish the Suunu beepkeeping project, which was finally launched in Autumn 2018.