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Born: September 7, 1962 to Lazarus and the late Georgina Makatu

Married to: Charles Kyenkya on 25th July 1987


  • 1976-1979: Gayaza High School for O level
  • 1980-1982: Aga Khan Secondary School for A level
  • March 1982-June 1985: Makerere University Kampala – BSc. Educ
  • June-Aug 1988: University of Oslo, Norway – Cert. Special Education covering hearing impairment, mental retardation, disability and speech problem
  • Jan 1991-Nov 1992: Evelyn College of design – Cert. fashion design and garment making
  • Jan-Dec 2010: UCU Mukono – Masters in Human Resource Management Science and Education
  • 2014-2017: Ndejje University – Degree in Fashion Design


  • 1980 – Ministry of information and broadcasting Kampala as accounts assistant
  • 1980-1982 – Excel Construction Ltd Kampala as accounts assistant
  • 1985-1990 – City High School Kampala as graduate teacher, mathematics
  • 1996 – Kabira International School as graduate teacher in charge of school library
  • 2000-2013 – Kyambogo University Kampala as a part time lecturer faculty of vocational studies
  • 2014-2017 – Multitech Business School, teacher in fashion design
  • 1993-2017 – Sole proprietor Pioneer Designers Ltd
  • She has been a director in Pioneer Construction Ltd since inception in 1984

There will be a Funeral Service at Bugolobi Church of the Resurrection on Saturday 27th February, 2021 starting at 10:00am.

Burial will take place at their ancestral home in Kiswata Village, Masindi on Sunday 28th February, 2021 starting at 12:00pm.


  1. REPLY
    Juliet from the A+Customer Care team says

    Its such a pity,May the Good Lord keep the family strong in this trying moment.

  2. REPLY
    Leslie Bwango says

    Rest In Peace Aunt Rach. May God comfort the Kyenkya family.

  3. REPLY

    Dear Auntie Rachel,
    I know you can read this in Spirit.
    I may never have interacted with you on a personal level but for the few times I saw you at Bugolobi Church of Uganda.
    I knew you as a loving and passionate Christian who minded her business and looked out for sustainable growth and development.
    Through the eulogies, I have learnt a lot that will carry me through the next part of my life.
    Rest in eternal peace, Rachel.

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    eugene mulinzi says

    Rest well madam Rachel Kyenkya
    thanks for serving the lord for all your time and being a pillar in your family. see you then.

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