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James Sallies Lwanga), was born 12th March 1949 in Kampala, Kinawa to the Late Mr and Mrs Mubiru of Kinawa.

James Sallies Lwanga accepted Jesus Christ as his Lord and savior before dying.

Education and Training

James Sallies Lwanga obtained

  • Master of Applied Science (Health Sciences – Psychotherapy) Western Australian Institute of Technology (W.A.I.T) currently known as Curtin University
  • Post Graduate Diploma in Social Sciences (Community Psychology) (W.A.I.T) currently known as Curtin University
  • A – Social Work and Social Administration (Honours) Makerere University
  • Diploma in Social Development (Nsamizi Training Institute of Social Development)

Working History

  • He worked as a Lecturer with Makerere University until 2012 and he retired. He taught in different Departments:
  • Department of Social Work and Social Administration
  • Centre for Continuing Education (CCE)
  • Department of Psychiatry Mulago Hospital
  • Director of Family Health Information and Education Services (An organisation which provides a variety of Counseling services to Children, Adolescents and adults. It is located in Nakulabye, Kampala.
  • Consultant for Inspirations Educational Services, an organisation which provides Counseling and Educational services to individuals and different organisations in Uganda and overseas
  • Consultant Psychotherapist/Counselor for KADIC Clinic Nakulabye (This is a general clinic which provides medical and other services including counseling to the public)
  • Consultant for UNICEF
  • Consultant for Strong Minds Uganda

James Lwanga was joined in holy matrimony with Sarah Lwanga on 1st of August 1970

To this union (5)

Children:  Humphrey Mubiru, Evelyn Namubiru-Mwaura, Nelson Kasozi, Pearl Nassuna Baine, Simon Kizito

Sons in Law:  Chris Baine, Mark Mwaura

Daughters in Law: Samallie Kizito, Justine Kasozi, Fikkiesweller Mubiru

Grand Children: He has a total of 15 grand children


  1. REPLY
    Carol Musunga says

    Dr Lwanga, i will greatly miss you. When i was brought to you for counseling last year, i was not just another client; i became a daughter – you would call and text to check on me and the children and when i last saw you, you were excited about the strides i had made – thank you. May you rest in father Abraham’s bossom. Sleep well.

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    Eva says

    I just got to know one month later of the death of Dr. Lwanga.
    Dr. Lwanga counselled me and I became a daughter to him. You saw my tears and helped see life differently. You were always seeking me out to find out how I was coping even when I moved to London.
    To the family may God keep you strong.
    Dr. Lwanga you will forever be missed. May your soul RIP.

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