Dr. Richard Gakuba is an international digital health/eHealth consultant with over 15 years of experience working in close to 10 countries in Africa. He has a medical degree and a Masters degree in e-Health/Digital Health from Brunel University in the UK. He is currently working with ICAP as a part time Senior Health Informatics Consultant. He also served as the national e-Health coordinator for Rwanda’s Ministry of Health for nine years where he led the establishment of a new eHealth unit and developed a National eHealth Strategic plan and policy. He was awarded the Holly Ladd mHealth Pioneer Award. Dr. Gakuba is also an Eisenhower Fellow.