Aido Business Health Forum

22 May 2021

Aido Business Health Forum


“Post Covid – Healthcare Investment and Opportunities in Africa”


2:00 PM UK Time

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256 432 0690

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Just A Few Words

About The Event

The Aido Investment and Business Committee (AIBC) is pleased to bring to you this year’s first forum that is built on the success of our inaugural event held virtually in November 2020 due to the on-going global pandemic.

It is on this background that AIBC, together with our partners are hosting a virtual forum on May 22, 2021 at 2PM UK Time under the topic “Post Covid – Healthcare Investment and Opportunities in Africa”. The Programme will feature different stakeholders across the Health Services value chain in a discussion that will:

By bringing people together, Aido through the AIBC aims to put Africans at the center of designing and delivering solutions that solve its most pressing challenges while generating commensurate economic benefits for ourselves and our community.

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Event Schedule

22 May 2021
02:00 Pm

Opening Remarks

Linda Nsababera

Linda Nsababera

    02:10 Pm

    Welcome Remarks

    HH Paul & Grace Eganda

    HH Paul & Grace Eganda

    President of Aido
      02:30 Pm

      One – One Discussion

      An interview between Linda and Anke



      AIBC President


        AIDO VP EU
          02:40 Pm

          Longevity and Vitality in Health by

          Guest Speaker: 

          Dr. Juliennne Kanku Mbuyi Katombe

          Dr. Juliennne Kanku Mbuyi Katombe

          A Career Pediatrician

            Dr Julienne Kanku Mbuyi Katombe is a medical practitioner with over 30 years in medical practice. (10 years in the DRC from 1984 to 1994 ) + ( 26 years in South Africa from 1995 to date ) . She is an advocate of entrepreneurship among the youth, a leader at various levels, political and social activist, and above all, a strong Pan-Africanist. She carries multi-dimensional wealth of experience on entrepreneurship, medical practice and leadership.

            03:00 Pm

            Panel Discussion:

            Wills Wanjala Wangwe

            Wills Wanjala Wangwe

            Practicing Natural Wellness Advisor

              Practicing Natural Wellness Advisor for 23 years and is a partner and founder director of Makini Herbal Clinic based in Nairobi will speak about the challenges and opportunities for African Wellness practitioners to participate in the growing local and global wellness market an integral part of the overall healthcare systems

              Dr. Patrick Wambuwa


                Patrick is a pharmacist based in Nariobi. In the past he has provided advisory services on investment opportunities in the pharmaceutical sector in Kenya. Patrick will join the panel to speak about investment opportunities in the pharmaceutical sector in the area of manufacturing and distribution

                Michelle Malcolm

                Michelle Malcolm

                Veteran Journalist & Certified Health coach

                  She is a veteran journalist and certified health coach and her journey was inspired by her own battle with a deadly toxin that nearly took her life and is passionate about sharing the message of health and wellness. As the world looks to a vaccine to reduce the spread of the Corona virus, it is important that as much focus is put on those who have survived the disease and the lessons that we can take from that

                  Haruna Nyanzi

                  Psychologist and an investor in the healthcare sector

                    In Uganda with a focus on addressing the growing threat from NCDs – including mental health. Haruna will share his experience as an African in the diaspora investing back home and highlight investment and partnership opportunities within the health sector.

                    Moderated By: Henrietta Wamala

                    Ms. Henrietta Wamala Ssenabulya

                    Ms. Henrietta Wamala Ssenabulya

                    President of the Ugandan North American Association (UNAA) and the Vice President of AIDO USA

                      She is works as Registered Health Information Administrator (RHIA) with EEHealth. She is also the Current President of the Ugandan North American Association (UNAA) and the Vice President of AIDO USA. Henrietta was inspired by strong women in home country in Uganda and here in the US to strive and make a difference through service to the community.

                      03:50 Pm

                      Q&A Session

                      Henrietta Wamala

                      04:10 Pm

                      Closing Remarks

                      His Excellency Amb. Ireneo Namboka

                      His Excellency Amb. Ireneo Namboka

                      AIDO Global Vice President

                        (Common Problems, Common Solutions)

                        Dr. Sampson

                        Dr. Sampson


                          AIBC:(Vote of Thanks and Way Forward)

                          04:30 Pm