Courage | Compassion | Truth | Justice | Freedom | Peace

Our Founder

Joseph Lukwago

JosephLukwago3BBorn in Uganda in 1983, Joseph is an Information & Communication Technology Professional, who believes that Information and knowledge can do wonders to change the face of the people in rural, isolated and underprivileged regions. Many challenges consist of lack of information and knowledge which in turn prevent individual change and general development. Joseph uses his knowledge to champion widespread well-being, peace, prosperity and economic power to the people by proper tuning of the heart and mind.

Joseph is the Director of and Spokesman for, the Bright Heart Children program in Africa which teaches children to live with six universal principles of Courage, Compassion, Truth, Justice, Freedom and Peace.  This innovative program which is embedded into classroom teaching has seen Kyazanga Modern Primary School in which Joseph is a Co-Director, ranked among the top 200 primary schools in Uganda, an extremely rare achievement for a rural school.

Joseph is also Executive Director of the Ugandan Literate Earth Project whose mission is to establish literate communities in developing countries by putting books in the hands of children. He also served as the Rotary Club of Makindye Secretary for Rotary years 2014/2015 and 2015/2016, which allowed him to fulfil his primary responsibility of helping the club to function effectively in serving rural communities.

Along with his most venerated work at Joy For Humanity, Joseph also serves at Ugandan State House as a Private Secretary. He heads up Information and Communication Technology in Office of the Vice President. Working within State House, Joseph was one of four young Ugandans selected by the President of Uganda to pursue a post graduate qualification abroad and to return with innovative ideas for the Country’s ICT, Automation and Industrialisation Strategic Vision 2040.  To achieve this, he is completing MSc in Advanced Industrial and Manufacturing Systems at Kingston University, where he is seeking solutions for the country’s vision.

The learning experience from his profession along with his service to humanity has allowed him to evaluate community experiences and challenges from a creative perspective and to reflect on alternative approaches to rural, isolated and underprivileged regions. Joseph’s strong background of 12 years work experience, with 11 years of management and leadership including 8 years at Uganda State House advising on Information and Communication Technology matters has enabled him to develop in the area of teamwork, organisation and analytical skills.