Meet the Staff

Dr. Gladys Kalema-Zikusoka

CTPH Founder and CEO

In the legacy of the late Dian Fossey, Dr. Gladys Kalema-Zikusoka has become one of the leading conservationists and scientists working to save the critically endangered mountain gorillas of East Africa...

Meet the Staff

Lawrence Zikusoka

CTPH Founder and Director of ICT for Development

Lawrence Zikusoka is a CTPH Board Member and Wi-Fi Project Director for deployment of the first ever 802.11g telecentres with footprints in UNESCO World Heritage Site and Biosphere Reserve in Bwindi Impenetrable and Queen Elizabeth National Parks, enabling small enterprises, NGOs and eco-tourists to have local multimedia, broadband wireless and VoIP services in the Albertine Rift...


CTPH Founder and Chief Veterinary Technician

Steven Rubanga holds a Diploma from East African Commercial School in Uganda, as well as veterinary certifications and specialized training from Central Veterinary Laboratory {VLA} Weybridge in UK and Instituto Zooprofilatico Sperimentale...


CTPH Population, Health and Environment Field Assistant

Alex Ngabirano is a native of the Bwindi community and has worked with CTPH since 2005. He is currently in charge of the field coordination of the PHE community volunteer networks in Bwindi educating and strengthening community focused family planning and education campaigns on the links between conservation, disease, family planning, livelihoods and ecotourism.


DAVID MATSIKOCTPH Community Telecentre Officer, Bwindi Impenetrable National Park

Prior to working with CTPH David taught in the local schools in Bwindi. He is a graduate of the CTPH computer training course as part of the Makerere University Gender and Technology Outreach Programme where on completion he was enrolled as our first community telecentre intern. He is currently in charge of all IEC programs in Bwindi including setting up distance learning between schools in Uganda and USA and computer training.


CTPH Community Telecentre Officer, Queen Elizabeth National Park

Stella Mboneko is a senior six graduate from Hamukungu Village, a largely pastoral community and one of the most marginalized around QENP, she is in charge of the QENP Telecentre operations, including supervising the Gorilla Kawa coffee shop, coordinating computer training and putting tourists and community members on the internet.


CTPH Community Telecentre Intern, Queen Elizabeth National Park

Sylvia Musoki is a senior four graduate from one of the most marginalized communities around QENP, she is in charge of the Gorilla Kawa coffee shop, serving coffee to tourists visiting the QENP Telecentre operations, of which proceeds go directly to the community projects around the park.

About Us

CTPH Achieves gorilla conservation by enabling humans, wildlife and livestock to coexist through improving primary health care in and around Africa's protected areas

Goal & Vision

CTPH aims to be an internationally-renowned leader in gorilla research and conservation by improving the health of humans, wildlife and ecosystems that surround the gorillas, and by using a multi-disciplinary approach which promotes sustainable animal and human health services, advocacy, education, and research.

Contact us

  • Address: Plot 3 Mapeera Lane, Entebbe, P. O. Box 75298 Clock Towers, Kampala, Uganda
  • Tel: (+256) 700 720 997
  • Mob:(+256) 772 337 653
  • Fax: +(256) 414 342 298
  • Email: supporter@ctph.org
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