Awards Nominee Category: African ChangeMakers Health & Wellness Award
Nominee Full Name: Wanaye Paul Wamimbi
Nominee Country: Uganda
Company Initiative Career Business: Masaaba Dairy Farmers Cooperative Society.
Nominee Title Role: CEO
Nominee Product/Service: Disseminate AIDS Information, Education, Action, and awareness.
Describe how your Company/Initiative/Career/Business is turning Africa problems into solutions in your community e.g. technology partnerships reach coverage:
Paul is an HIV/AIDS documenter, public speaker, outgoing personality and a freelance writer of articles in the press, social media wherever need arises for community sensitization through self-actualization.
He regularly publishes several articles in the press, and features on the leading social platforms like Facebook, LinkedIn, Skype and Twitter trying to disseminate AIDS Information, Education, Action, and awareness, which he believes that it will save the world from the dreaded scourge one day.
Paul is a skilled entrepreneur, a successful dairy model farmer who often shares his knowledge for education, awareness and action for community benefit. He is a committed community volunteer, who is excellent at initiating and managing key programs in the area of HIV/AIDS, Youth, Sports, and farming.
He voluntarily worked with several organizations, while realizing that many people in his community were suffering from HIV/AIDS, he personally got involved in activities like counselling HIV/AIDS clients and referring them for possible assistance to other charities.
How does the Company Initiative/Career/Business improve people’s life, impact, affordability and reliability?
He voluntarily works with several organizations, while realizing that many people in his community were suffering from HIV/AIDS, he personally got involved in activities like counselling HIV/AIDS clients and referring them for possible assistance to other charities.
To save lives of persons living with HIV/AIDS, Paul developed a concept and presented to government for assistance which responded by distributing exotic cows purposely for both commercial and home consumption. The essence was to sell milk as a source of their livelihood, and also drink milk in order to boast their immune system their by prolonging their lives.
How can this service product or solution be expanded to new markets or areas in Africa?
By being committed, selfless, and loving to persons living with HIV/AIDS. Together, all people must be committed to save lives. We should be honest to ourselves and the community and face the good and less good issues together. We have to naturally and openly discuss HIV/AIDS as a normal disease, as well as our vulnerabilities, without taboo or prejudice.
Voting Timeline: July 15 to July 30, 2021.