Ludwig Kule is a career Finance and Administration professional with Nine years of experience working in profit and not-for-profit organizations. He’s recently worked with NRC Uganda as Finance Coordinator overseeing over a $50M project portfolio. He was part of the team implementing the CSP of WFP Uganda (2018-2022). He worked on start-up Global FinTech BIMA as an Accountant providing office setup support for Uganda Country Office. He’s spent the last few years improving his knowledge in the areas of Supply Chain management, HR and Administration with knowledge on projects funded by donors such as DFID, NMFA, GIZ, USAID, EU among others. He speaks English, Swahili and 5 other Ugandan local languages. Ludwig brings an MBA from UMI and BBA from MUST in Uganda. He is also a CMA and ACCA Member and has recently joined the rotary club due to his passion for charity. He lives in Namugongo, Kampala with his young family.


countries visited


siblings (including 2 sisters and 3 brothers)


languages spoken (including 3 foreign and 6 local)


pairs of shoes

Michael Chaitkin is a health economics, financing, and policy specialist with more than 13 years of experience in applied research, policy analysis, and project management. His research and advisory activities in Africa and Asia focus on the design and reform of publicly financed health coverage schemes; the sustainability, integration, and transition of vertical health programs; and costing and resource tracking. Michael has held full-time and consulting roles with numerous global health and development organizations, including the Global Financing Facility (GFF), Results for Development (R4D), ThinkWell, the World Bank, and the World Health Organization (WHO). He is also an adjunct instructor at the George Washington University’s Milken Institute School of Public Health in Washington, DC.

Michael joined ThinkWell full-time in 2021 as a technical advisor for the Strategic Purchasing for Primary Health Care (SP4PHC) project in Uganda. He holds an MPH from the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health and a BA in international relations from Stanford University.


older sisters


weeks spent on first date with my now-wife


countries in which I’ve won ultimate frisbee tournaments


preferred cocoa content for chocolate

Cathbert Tumusiime is a statistician with excellent skills and experience in data management and analysis of surveys particularly in health-related projects. He joined ThinkWell first as a consultant and later on as a full-time staff member. Before joining ThinkWell, Cathbert worked with REEV Consult International, a consultancy firm in Uganda where he supported data analytics and use of figures for informed decision and policy making.

At ThinkWell, Cathbert is a program analyst supporting the Strategic Purchasing for Primary Health Care (SP4PHC) project. He holds an MSc. Epidemiology and Biostatistics (Candid.) from Makerere University, Uganda.


Out of 135 districts in Uganda physically visited


Minutes of jogging daily

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Years as an active volley-ball player


Stubborn yet very fascinating son *so far*

Mr. Richard Ssemujju is a Ugandan public health specialist and community development professional with over 15 years of experience in community & health systems development, capacity building, management of livelihood, and community health projects. For over 12 years, he worked with well-established local and international NGOs including FHI 360, THETA Uganda, Marie Stopes International Uganda, Concern World Wide, and Living Earth Foundation (UK). Richard has vast experience in MCH/SRH programs and participatory community capacity development and accountability methodologies. He also has experience in advocacy for community engagement with central governments, CSOs, and district local governments. Richard has specialties in organization/institutional development approaches and capacity building and training for civil society agencies, government, and the private sector.

At ThinkWell, Richard Ssemujju is a technical advisor under the Strategic Purchasing for Primary Health Care (SP4PHC) in Uganda.


local Ugandan languages spoken




dog named Mr. Bean

Angellah Nakyanzi has over 7 years’ experience working with the private health sector and USAID projects in the areas of Health systems strengthening focusing on Policy, Regulation and healthcare financing. She has also interfaced with programming in the areas of HIV/Aids, Maternal and Child Health, Rural Development, Population and Reproductive Health. Angellah previously worked as the Insight Health Advisors seconded staff on the USAID/Uganda Private Health Support Program as a Private Sector Advisor, Policy and Regulation. She has managed different work portfolios that include working with the Ministry of Health, its PPPH node, the regulatory councils and private sector associations. She was part of the team that authored the first-ever Private Health Sector Assessment and has championed a number of reforms in the health sector. She has strong interpersonal, management and communication skills and understands both the private and public health sector dynamics. Ms. Nakyanzi has a bachelor’s degree in Development Economics and a MSc. in Population and Reproductive Health from Makerere University, Uganda, a certificate in Managing Markets in Health from the University of Edinburg.

She is currently the Private Sector Specialist for ThinkWell’ s Strategic Purchasing for Primary Health Care Project and also the Country Manager. Angellah is excited to join ThinkWell at a time when Uganda’s cabinet has just passed the NHIS bill, a dreams for strategic purchasing reforms will be a reality soon!


years it took to learn to swim


names my first son has- failed to choose one, and now that he's big he wants them all


children, two wonderful girls and a super cute boy

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