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  • George
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  • George Rudman

    Digital Health Entrepreneur

    George Rudman is an innovative, creative and strategic thinker who has been in numerous directorship roles in the information communication technology (ICT) field. These included Managing Director of CellFService (Paradigm Interactive Media Limited), Sales and Marketing Director of Toshiba South Africa (Ariel Toshiba – Exclusive Country Agent) and Managing Director of Australis Comm and Chief Information and Innovation Officer in Healthbridge. In these positions, George managed national and international business development and technology developments including sales and marketing strategies and implementations. 

    Recently George co-founded an innovative healthcare technology company called Healthstream, which has developed a number of innovative mobile and web based healthcare products, under the HealthDocs brand, for medical providers and patients.

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  • Gerald Gwinji

    Brigadier General (Retired) Dr. Gwinji is Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Health and Child Care of Zimbabwe. He is also Chairperson of the Advisory Board of the African Centre for eHealth Excellence.

    Dr. Gwinji is a medical doctor by profession having qualified in 1985 with a degree in medicine and surgery (MBChB) from the University of Zimbabwe's Godfrey Huggins School of Medicine as a military medical cadet. He worked for the health services of the Zimbabwe National Army from 1986 and rose through the ranks from 2nd Lieutenant to Brigadier General. From there he was appointmented Medical Officer to Director General of the Zimbabwe Defence Forces Health Services in 2000.

    Dr. Gwinji holds a Master of Science Degree in Medical Microbiology as well as a Masters in Public Health. He was appointed Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Health and Child Care in 2009 where he is responsible for policy and strategic direction for the Ministry.

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  • Glen
    • 75 views
  • Gontse Ramela

    Acfee Intern

    Gontse Masemaka Ramela is an Acfee Intern.

    She is a young enthusiastic, ambitious and motivated lady who was born and bred in Johannesburg, South Africa. Gontse’s interest lays in promoting health and preventing diseases within societies by making use of ehealth. She completed her Foundation Programme in Public Health in 2013 and in 2016 completed her Bachelor’s degree in Public Health with Criminology as her elective at the University of Monash South Africa.

    During the commencement of her degree between 2014 and 2015 Gontse participated in the Monash South Africa Foundation Programme Student Tutoring program where she tutored Mathematics and Health and Social development. In 2016, she completed a 3 weeks course; preventing the Zika virus: understanding and controlling the Aedes mosquito course with the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine.

    Gontse interned at Humana People to People in South Africa in 2016.

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  • Gontse Ramela
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  • Grace Cahill

    Grace is a Communications Officer for the Health Pooled Fund (HPF) in South Sudan. HPF is a multi-donor fund of $200m, led by UK Aid and further contributed to by the governments of Australia, Canada, the EU and Swedish SIDA. Grace writes for HPF on success in helping to strengthen health systems and provide healthcare in its partnership with the Government of the Republic of South Sudan.

    Grace's current interests include the use of new technology for service delivery and governance of the health system. Grace is based in Juba but most enjoys having time out of the city to interview and chat with people benefiting from improvements in healthcare in the world's newest country.

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  • Greg Rowles

    ICT / Developer

    Greg is an ICT solutions developer with extensive experience in DHIS, the development of HMIS processes and tools including GIS. He is passionate about business process improvement, evidence based decision making, analytics for HMIS, and business intelligence processes in general; more recently he's developed an interest in block chain technology and how it can be used to support universal health care. He holds an honours and master’s degree in information systems from the university of Cape Town (UCT)

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  • Gwen Wilkins
    • 174 views
  • Habakurama Kizito
    • 45 views