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Alvin Muhwezi

Alvin is passionate about designing contextually relevant, efficient and evidence-based services that translate into economic transformation for societies across Uganda.

Alvin's Podcast: Anum Mall, Founder & Chair of WHEWW

On this podcast, I talk to Anum Mall the Founder and Chair of The World Health, Education and Women Welfare Trust UK (WHEWW) a non-profit grant-making organisation supporting holistic development initiatives in the UK and globally. We talk to Anum about her passion and work including the current WHEWW project to rebuild and renovate St Teresa’s Hospital in Mirpurkhas District, Pakistan. Anum also shares her experience with Ethical Angel and how the platform has helped WHEWW secure much needed technical support and referrals to partners and opportunities.

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Kenneth Kitariko

Alvin's Podcast: Kenneth Kitariko

On this podcast Alvin talks to Kenneth Kitariko a strategy and financial services consultant about experiential learning and how businesses in Africa are relying on experiential learning to productively engage their employees and also share skills with Africa's young entrepreneurs. 

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Alvin's Podcast: Richard Beesley the Founder of Juvenile Arthritis Research

In this Podcast, Alvin chats with Richard Beesley the Founder of Juvenile Arthritis Research about the work that they are doing to support those affected by Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis, the content they have developed to raise awareness of this autoimmune condition, and the research efforts around finding a cure that they've been a part of. Richard also share's JAR's experience working with Ethical Angel and how this partnership has been of vital importance.

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Kenneth Muhangi, Consultant for the World Bank

Alvin's Podcast - Interviewing Kenneth Muhangi, Consultant for The World Bank and Lawyer

In this podcast, Alvin interviews Kenneth Muhangi a lawyer specialising in intellectual property, technology, media, telecommunications and dispute resolution. Kenneth also advises the Government of Uganda, sits on the Committee on Management of Intellectual Property Assets under the Presidential Initiative on Banana Industrial Development and is a consultant for The World Bank.

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