Meet Bridget Nakate; Bridget has worked with Fields of Life since 2013, she is currently working in the role of W.A.S.H (Water Sanitation and Hygiene) Officer. We thought you would like to get to know her a little bit better…
Tell us a bit about yourself:
My name is Anne Bridget Nakate, I live in Uganda.
I love listening to Gospel music and participating in church activities.
Tell us a fact about yourself:
I am the mother of four beautiful children, that is three girls and one boy, and I am married to one man.
I love children very much, and where they are, I feel I have peace.
When did you first get involved with Fields of Life and Why?
I got involved with Fields of Life on 15th May 2013. The organisation works with schools, where there are children, and that’s where my peace is mostly.
What is your favourite thing about your job?
My favourite thing about my job is counselling and guiding children.
What has been the most exciting thing since you started?
Participating in the National Menstrual Hygiene Management Day, meeting the speaker of parliament and Fields of Life Uganda Executive Director signing a charter.
What words would you use to describe yourself?
Patient and humble.