Hi there! Karibu

I am Rumishael Ulomi, a huge believer in social change, and I love investing my time and energy in ideas that matter. I've been met with opportunities to create impact in ways I'd never imagine. I’m determined to help others find their voice and pursue their passion in a noisy and broken world. Lets get started!

A littel About Me


I am Rumishael Ulomi aka RyChris, a 28 years old simple guy residing in Moshi Tanzania, A lover of God and a Christ centered man. A loving father to my daughter. First born in the family of seven kids. A friend to all kinds of people. Family inspires me. Don't mind having a dog and cat for a pet. Not a huge fan of crawling things. In love with technology. lover of words, a strong believer in the power of imagination, a champion for entrepreneur and philanthropists.

By professionalism I am a Motivational Speaker, freelancer, social entrepreneur, and side-hustler consultant in the areas of Christian Ministry Leadership, Business Management and Social Entrepreneurship, Sustainable Community Development, and Social Sector leadership working with NGOs, Philanthropists, and entrepreneurs to create sustainable and positive impacts in our communities.

As my work is dedicated to working and consulting for personal and institutional development, I help community based entrepreneurs and NGOs grow faster by providing management consultancy and organisational development support to Entrepreneurs, managers and Trustees of small to medium sized community businesses and charities. I bring passion, energy and enthusiasm to developing organizational effectiveness through involving people and inspiring them at work.

I love connecting with like-minded, driven individuals who love to see the visibility and impact of social entreprises and community based nonprofits.


How I can Help!

Effective Consulting Services

Providing Strategic Management and Leadership consulting to help community based entrepreneurs, Philanthropists and Non- Profit organizations improve performance and efficiency.


Delivering effective training services to both the employer and employee, Private and Public Sector on variety of topics that matters to social and economic growth, targeting social change and capacity building.


All your desining, marketing, IT Solutions found under one umbrella with the best services you could ever wished for. Accessible to community based entrepreneurs and Organisations.


As a qualified and approved copywriter I deliver quick, quality content written. I make it fast and easy to get great content written, content that truly comprehend what you want to say before I even start to write.


Not only do I do web hosting and domain name registration consultation I am a professional web design, internet marketing and graphic design professional who helps Organisations and start-up etreprises gain the exposure they need to succeed.


I am also involved in providing the best professional fast and easy web hosting and domain name registrations consulting services for charities and social enterprises.











These are the individuals who I work with from time to time in delivering services I offer. I am proud to recognize their contribution. They have assisted me in the ability of delivering outstanding results. We come from a diverse set of experiences and backgrounds and as unique as we are individually, we share a mutual passion for technology and doing excellent work for our clients and partners.

Charity Centered 95%
Philanthropy Minded 75%
Entrepreneurs 80%
CBOs 85%
Rumishael Ulomi
Founder/Principal Consultant
Douglas Ndanshau
IT Specialist
Diana Riwa
Project Coordinator
Rachel Shecky
Office Coordinator
Project and Programs

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  • The TEC4CODEV project is a community based project that aims at building capacity through technology training for the community based entrepreneur, Philanthropist and organisations (CBOs) especially in the area of using technology to increase effectiveness and efficiency in service delivery, growth and sustainable development.


  • We believe that Health promotion improves the health status of individuals, families, communities, states, and the nation as a whole. For that to happen, there is a great need to provide effective community outreach and health education in community-based settings. Join us today if you do wish to get involved in the program.


  • This is a project that helps community based entrepreneurs build their dreams and become champions through story telling and sharing. The Epic Entrepreneur Project is also designed to work with partner organizations to support inventors and entrepreneurs building innovative businesses that address social challenges.

John Shabani


Awesome to work with. Incredibly organized, easy to communicate with, responsive with next iterations, and beautiful work. I would like to thank you for the quality of your service. I will recommend you to my colleagues, friends and others”.


Mr Kimaro

CEO, Kilimanjaro New Vision Sober House

Rumishael Ulomi not only knows the business but he understands his client's needs. I have been working with him for many years and he never ceases to amaze me. His work ethic is all of that and anytime I have a new project.


Denis Lyakurwa

Chairman, MYAPID HAI

I have had the pleasure of working with Rumishael Ulomi on several of my projects. He is a consummate professional: meticulous, detailed, and does everything in his power to make sure that you put out the best product possible. I am highly satisfied with his quality of work: He treats his clients as if they’re family, working extremely hard to give you the best possible service.


THIS WEEK ON RyChris Journal Blog

Turning your Job into service for God

Most people believe that in order to serve God you need to be a minister of the word, an evangelist, or a pastor at a local congregation etc. However, the truth is, you can still serve God as a doctor, Manager, Mechanic, Janitor, teacher, pilot, engineer, and so on. Our work doesn't have to have direct link to the church for us to serve God and represent Christ, and it doesn’t matter what work you do or where you work, you can still serve God no matter the circumstances. Your vocation is your calling to serve God in that position. It’s helpful to envision that behind every employer stands the Lord Jesus. He sees everything we do, and He appreciates it and will reward us, regardless of the type of work we do.

Colossians 3:23-24 – "Whatever you do, work at it with all your heart, as working for the Lord, not for human masters, since you know that you will receive an inheritance from the Lord as a reward. It is the Lord Christ you are serving."

Ecclesiastes 9:10 – "Whatever your hand finds to do, do it with all your might, for in the realm of the dead, where you are going, there is neither working nor planning nor knowledge nor wisdom."

1 Corinthians 7:17Only let each person lead the life that the Lord has assigned to him, and to which God has called him.”

Joshua 24:14-15
Now fear the Lord and serve him with all faithfulness. Throw away the gods your forefathers worshiped beyond the River and in Egypt, and serve the Lord. But if serving the Lord seems undesirable to you, then choose for yourselves this day whom you will serve, whether the gods your forefathers served beyond the River, or the gods of the Amorites, in whose land you are living. But as for me and my household, we will serve the Lord.

Despite what our culture leads us to believe, vocation is not self-chosen, God calls each of us to a particular vocation in life, be it to marriage, to fatherhood, or to a certain occupation, it’s a calling of service, and it’s important for each of us to know that we are called to our vocations.

The Bible teaches us that we will be rewarded for our hard work, that we should honour God in all that we do and that work can be something with spiritual purpose. After all, God worked to create life (Genesis 2:3), Jesus worked (John 5:16) and Adam was sent to work in the Garden of Eden (Genesis 2:15).

No matter what the circumstance, the occupation we hold is very important to God. God leads people to particular jobs, occupations, and types of work, he calls us to become united with himself in every aspect of life. God calls us to build up society in a manner that reflects His love to the world.

Everything we do should be ordered toward discerning and responding to the will of God, the ultimate good in an imperfect world, this is our general vocation as Christians. Even through work and the occupations we hold God wants us to build his kingdom. God calls us to meaningful work that brings value to humanity; work that does not exploit people for personal gain.

Through serving others we act as God to others and we become more and more like Christ each day. While we might sin and fall short of what God desires for us, God still calls us to faithfully live our vocations in the hope that we will be with God in heaven some day.

God created people in his own image, and therefore he himself is a worker. We must recognize both that God created people to work and that he commands people to work to the degree they are able, and work to the Christian life continues to the very end of the Bible. The distinctive work of the Holy Spirit is to guide and empower people for the life and work to which God leads them.

God has made each of us uniquely and assigned to us unique lives with unique roles. Our responsibility before God is to understand the gifts, the skills, and the passions He has given us and to use those in fitting ways in ways that do well to others and, in turn, bring glory to God. Work is a gift from God. Work is something we were built for, something our loving Creator intends for our good.

Everything in our lives is to be done before the face of God, in reliance upon God’s grace, according to God’s guidance, for God’s glory.  Serve God with your work while building a better life for yourself and your family. Serve him with all faithfulness, and always remember that the work we do is important to God.

So how can we glorify God in our work?

Here are 9 tips I obtained from Desiring God by Pastor John Piper when he was answering a question on how young workers can glorify God at workplace.

Dependence: Go to work utterly dependent on God (Proverbs 3:5–6; John 15:5). Without him you can’t breathe, move, think, feel, or talk. Not to mention be spiritually influential. Get up in the morning and let God know your desperation for him. Pray for help.

Integrity:  Be absolutely and meticulously honest and trustworthy on the job. Be on time. Give a full day’s work. “Thou shalt not steal.” More people rob their employers by being slackers than by filching the petty cash.

Skill: Get good at what you do. God has given you not only the grace of integrity but the gift of skills. Treasure that gift and be a good steward of those skills. This growth in skill is built on dependence and integrity.

Corporate shaping:
As you have influence and opportunity; shape the ethos of the workplace so that the structures and policies and expectations and aims move toward accordance with Christ. For example, someone is shaping the ethos of Chick-fil-A restaurants with this video.

Impact:  Aim to help your company have an impact that is life-enhancing without being soul-destroying. Some industries have an impact that is destructive (e.g., porn, gambling, abortion, marketing scams, etc). But many can be helped to turn toward impact that is life-giving without being soul-ruining. As you have opportunity, work toward that.

Work places are webs of relationships. Relationships are possible through communication. Weave your Christian worldview into the normal communications of life. Don’t hide your light under a basket. Put it on the stand. Winsomely. Naturally. Joyfully. Let those who love their salvation say continually, Great is the Lord! (see Psalm 40:16).

Love: Serve others. Be the one who volunteers first to go get the pizza. To drive the van. To organize the picnic. Take an interest in others at work. Be known as the one who cares not just about the light-hearted weekend tales, but the burdens of heavy and painful Monday mornings. Love your workmates, and point them to the great Burden Bearer.

Money: Work is where you make (and spend) money. It is all God’s, not yours. You are a trustee. Turn your earning into the overflow of generosity in how you steward God’s money. Don’t work to earn to have. Work to earn to have to give and to invest in Christ-exalting ventures. Make your money speak of Christ as your supreme Treasure.

Thanks: Always give thanks to God for life and health and work and Jesus. Be a thankful person at work. Don’t be among the complainers. Let your thankfulness to God overflow in a humble spirit of gratitude to others. Be known as the hope-filled, humble, thankful one at work.

In your occupation, ask yourself each day how your work will bring glory to God and help people rather than take advantage of others for personal profit, and in all things at all times, stay loyal to Christ.  This can be hard sometimes, but an easy life is not promised in the Bible.

Because of His love on Calvary, I am forever a secure package
Chaow Chaow!

Why storytelling for your board members matter!

Storytelling is a powerful tool, whether you use it in a presentation to the board or at the table with a friend sipping a cup of coffee. This is because our brains are hardwired for narratives and people recall and retain information more effectively when it is presented in story form. Storytelling has always been a powerful tool since the existence of human communication. While storytelling is not the only way to engage people with your ideas, it's certainly a critical part of the success of your venture or nonprofit.

Stories powerfully connect us to our listeners. When we share our own real-life stories or the stories of others our audiences feel that they get to know us as authentic people, people who have lives outside the corporate setting, people who have struggled with problems and who have figured out how to overcome them.

So how can your nonprofit benefit from board members storytelling activities?

Storytelling for board members is very crucial to the growth of your nonprofit, and this is because when board members start telling their own stories regarding the nonprofit they work with, magic can happen, they inspire others to give and get involved.

When the board members share their vision for what your organization could possibly accomplish, they are re-igniting their own passion as they speak. And when they are comfortable telling stories, you raise more money, and more people become engaged with your organization.

Storytelling for board members is not an easy task, and sometimes it feel like a lost art. However, when you get your board members excited to tell stories it can really energize your organization and the people your work with. When your board members share the story of your organization it generates enthusiasm for spreading the word, finding new friends and even fundraising!

Many organizations have been able to secure funds because of the stories their board members told. It is crucial for you to understand that there is great power in getting your board members to tell stories!
As you might know from your fundraising work, a good amount of fundraising is really about communications and storytelling. Telling stories are often part of the cultivation process, which does not really require an ask. This is a great, introductory step that board members can take towards fundraising.

So, how do we get board members to share their story about the organization?

Encourage them to use their personal story along the way
Every board member has a story as to why they chose to join the board. Their personal testimonial is a powerful and interesting way to answer the question, “So what do you do?” If your board members attend community events as ambassadors, this is the story they should tell when introducing themselves and networking. Sharing personal motivations is a great way to start building connection with a donor.

They can also use an Impact Story

Impact stories are all around us at non-profits, but since board members can be somewhat removed from the day-to-day operations, we have to find ways to reconnect them with the impact. This might mean that you invited a staff member to attend the board meeting and share an impact story during the first few minutes. It might also mean that every quarter, you give them new story talking points on a business card-sized piece of paper. Make sure that you are regularly giving board members new stories to tell and if it’s available, some talking points to help them remember what to say.

Get then to know the Founding Story

I like to suggest that board members know the founding story because sometimes when they are talking to people about the non-profit, some people will want to know how the organization got started. Every organization got its start somewhere and that is a story worth knowing. Get your board members to know the founding story of your organization.

And now let them practice

By giving your board members the opportunity to practice, their story will grow tighter, and their confidence in telling it will increase. Even though they know their stories intellectually, your board members probably need practice telling it because sharing stories takes practice. By encouraging them to share their story FIRST, in every possible interaction with donors/prospects, you are guaranteeing them that critical practice.


If you want your ideas to spread as a wild fire in a forest it’s important to get your board members involved in the part of storytelling. Telling a story is the single best way to “transfer” that idea to each member. Without that genuine connection between you and your audience, your goals will most likely not be met. And the best thing about storytelling for your board members is that it’s easy, Board members don’t have to study or memorize anything because they already know the story of your organization. Its fun, takes little preparation, they will have success quickly and their confidence will grow.

Stories matter a lot in fundraising situations, yet we often overlook this incredible tool in our rush to learn more about our prospect, or to tell her/him all about our organization’s great activities and accomplishments. We need to be able to effectively utilize this tool, especially with our organization’s board members. Get your board members to share stories because storytelling raises more money.

I’d love to hear from you regarding this topic, please share your thoughts or experience in the Comments box below!

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