Speakers

Eunice Gnay Namirembe

Eunice Gnay Namirembe

Position

Manager, Sanitation Innovations

Company

Kampala Capital City Authority

Description

Eunice Gnay Namirembe is currently working with Kampala Capital City Authority (www.kcca.go.ug ) in the Public Health and Environment department as a Manager, sanitation Innovations in setting up a contact centre fully fitted with GIS services to provide services that is to cub feacal sludge in the city. This is a three-year program that is funded by Bill and Melinda Gates. She won an award by GSMA in 2017 in using technology to improve sanitation service delivery funded for one year. Previously, she worked as a Program Management Director at The Medical Concierge Group (www.tmcg.co.ug). She was also the Country Director at Text to Change for 5 years a mobile for development organization. She holds a Post Graduate Diploma in ICT technologies and a Bachelor’s degree in Economics and Statistics from Makerere University, Kampala, Uganda and has over 10 years of experience in formulating, program management and implementing ICT for Development programs in Uganda and Africa. Her designation at TMCG and Text to Change has propelled in her into designing, program management and implementing mobile social campaigns for Health, development, entrepreneurial and research programs around Africa – mobile being new media that is being explored and used extensively for development. She has experience in working with various systems like U-Report, Rapidpro, Commcare to improve health reporting and outcomes. She has over the past five years formulated, managed and implemented mobile for development activities in Uganda, Kenya, Tanzania, Ghana, Malawi, and Ethiopia among others. Eunice has also presented and advised at global forums, conferences and meetings around the world on using mobile as new and now popular media for health including behavioural change, education, accountability and governance. She is a new media enthusiast and her passion lies in using it to change lives and create positive social change in communities.

Sessions

Transformation of public services

Ministerial Programme (invite only) Wednesday, 27 Feb 11:30 - 13:00 Hall 4 - Auditorium A
Eunice Gnay Namirembe is currently working with Kampala Capital City Authority (www.kcca.go.ug ) in the Public Health and Environment department as a Manager, sanitation Innovations in setting up a contact centre fully fitted with GIS services to provide services that is to cub feacal sludge in the city. This is a three-year program that is funded by Bill and Melinda Gates. She won an award by GSMA in 2017 in using technology to improve sanitation service delivery funded for one year. Previously, she worked as a Program Management Director at The Medical Concierge Group (www.tmcg.co.ug). She was also the Country Director at Text to Change for 5 years a mobile for development organization. She holds a Post Graduate Diploma in ICT technologies and a Bachelor’s degree in Economics and Statistics from Makerere University, Kampala, Uganda and has over 10 years of experience in formulating, program management and implementing ICT for Development programs in Uganda and Africa. Her designation at TMCG and Text to Change has propelled in her into designing, program management and implementing mobile social campaigns for Health, development, entrepreneurial and research programs around Africa – mobile being new media that is being explored and used extensively for development. She has experience in working with various systems like U-Report, Rapidpro, Commcare to improve health reporting and outcomes. She has over the past five years formulated, managed and implemented mobile for development activities in Uganda, Kenya, Tanzania, Ghana, Malawi, and Ethiopia among others. Eunice has also presented and advised at global forums, conferences and meetings around the world on using mobile as new and now popular media for health including behavioural change, education, accountability and governance. She is a new media enthusiast and her passion lies in using it to change lives and create positive social change in communities.

Download the official #MWC19 event app