Speakers, Mentors &
Trainers

A word from the LIT Trainers

Sara Mohyeldeen

IPSF Trainer

LIT is one of the most important capacity building programs in IPSF, and its such an honor for me to be given a chance to deliver informative sessions and developing skills to our current and future leaders.

Bidian Okoth

IPSF Trainer

The transforming opportunity to learn about advocacy skills and how to apply them as a leader in day to day life. This year’s LIT will provide a life changing experience with an opportunity to have fun and cross-learn from great leaders across Africa.

Kennedy Odokonyero

IPSF Trainer

I am excited for this opportunity by IPSF Training Committee to be your trainer. I hope to contribute to the development of pharmacy leaders within Africa, i also hope to acquire more experience in delivering trainings and become a better trainer. LIT is important to address the gap in leadership skills of pharmacy students that are involved in leadership in their associations and IPSF. LIT can improve on quality of projects and activities carried out by IPSF and its member organisations and eventually advance pharmacy globally.

Dr. David Odhiambo

Co-founder, Ryculture Health and Social Innovation

LITs have been instrumental in the development of leadership skills and interpersonal skills which are critical in team work and service delivery. Having participated in a number of LITs both as a trainee and a trainer, I wouldn't take a second chance at being part of an upcoming one. Networks i built through LIT have propelled me to the level that I currently am professionally, i.e, sound health advocacy skills, program development and teamwork which supports my work in different capacities. Congratulations to the 8th IPSF AfPS Reception Committee chaired by Ms. Mercy Kamya and the Regional Projects Office for the perfect topics selection for the forthcoming LIT and overall structure of the LIT. I will be coming as a trainer but in the meantime I am set to learn from the participants. Thumbs up to the #PowerTeam behind the 8th IPSF AfPS.

Lillian Muthoni

IPSF Trainer

The Leaders In Training is all about equipping the participants with soft skills at a personal level that are essential in conquering the world today. Topics to be trained range from collaborative leaders to project management which are ket in successful leadership as well as in daily undertakings. Participants will also be involved in capacity building activities allowing them to network and come out of the program a closely knit pharmily. The LIT is surely the most intimate event of the symposium that guarantees personal growth and creation of new bonds with like minded persons.

Purity Wambui

IPSF Trainer, Regional Relations Officer of the IPSF Afro Region

Purity Wambui is a 5th year student of Pharmacy at Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology in Kenya. She has great interest in leadership and international relations & is currently the Regional RelationsOfficer of the International Pharmaceutical Students Federation, African Regional Office where she has been involved for over 4 years now. She has previously served as the IPSF Contact Person in the Pharmacy Students Association of Kenya and as an International Campus Ambassador for the World Healthcare Students Summit. She also happened to represent the African Regional Office at the just concluded 72nd World Health Assembly.
Panelists

Pharmacy in Transition: Education vs Practice

Dr. Amaza Ronald

Former President, Uganda Pharmacy Students’ Association

Dr. Fadhiru P Kamba

Chair, Pharmacy Department Makerere

Dr. Joseph N Mwoga

Adviser, WHO Medicines Uganda

Dr. Morris Seru

Commissioner Pharmaceutical Services, Ministry of Health

Dr. Opio Samuel

Secretary, Pharmaceutical Society of Uganda

Pharmacy in Transition: Specialization and Advancement in Practice

Dr. Dennis Kibira

Executive Director, HEPS Uganda

Dr. John Kamili

Msc. Biotechnology Innovation and Regulatory Sciences CIPLA QCIL

Integrated Management of NCDs in Africa- The Pharmacists’ Role

Dr. Alice Lamwaka

PhD Clinical Pharmacy and Pharmacogenomics, Gulu University

Dr. Anthonny Yaille

Clinical Toxicologist, Pharmacy and Poisons Board Kenya

Dr. Robert Tamukong

PhD, Mbarara University of Science and Technology

Communicable Diseases as a Threat to Global Health in Africa: The Pharmacists’ Role

Dr. Hellen Ndagije

Director Product Safety, National Drug Authority

Dr. Arinze Awiligwe

Founder, Global Health Young Professionals Initiative- Geneva

Dr. Arinze Awiligw

Dr. Peter Babigumira

Pharmacist, Global Health Security- Infectious Disease Institute

Dr. Alex Sanga

One Health Activist Tanzania

Dr. Alex Sanga
Opportunities and Challenges in Emerging Health Technologies

Mr. Patrick Mugisha

Assistant Commissioner- IP Rights, Ministry of Science Technology and Innovation

Mr. Meshack Kiindu Mbida

Research & Development Lead, Amref Health Africa

Magret Namuyomba

Google Developer Groups Lead, Entebbe & Former GDG Lead, Makerere



8th IPSF AfPS Hackathon Mentors

Joshua Akandananwaho

National IT Authority Uganda