Twamubwine finished senior four and joined the nursing school at Nyakibale and pursued a certificate in nursing. She currently works with a local government at a health centre in a rural area. She was born in a family of 11 children and she is the last born. All of them are married and self-employed with some doing small businesses, small scale farming, or primary school teaching.
Twamubwine is a married mother to five children, but only four are living after she lost her second child shortly after delivery. Three of her children are in school and the youngest is one year and a half and is at home. Her husband is a primary school teacher and as the result of the COVID-19 pandemic he is not earning any income.
Twamubwine says: “I will be very glad when my surgery is supported so that I can have a way to start caring for my baby and the rest of the family. I will definitely resume to caring for the sick once I am better since I am a nurse.”