Mr. Tom Nelson Munghono
Chief Happiness Officer, 1SMILE Project.
Chief Strategist, ECAI (East and Central Africa Interpretation Services)
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I consider myself a social architect with a knack for problem solving, poetry, music, and film. Skilled in Software Engineering and Business Management, my 16 years of working experience are seasoned with service to country and kindred in different capacities especially in enterprise and business development services across different countries: Canada, South Korea, South Africa, Kenya, Rwanda. Currently, I serve with Doctors on Call (CEO), United Nations Global Compact – Local Network Uganda (Publicist), TLC Global Missions (Technical Director), Knowledge hub Champion (World Bank Group), Parenting in Africa Network – Uganda chapter (Chair), ARTerial Network Uganda chapter (Publicist). My passion is to promote wealth creation by supporting innovators to build their good ideas into sustainable and inclusive market ecosystems. Part of my hobby is volunteering to share knowledge resources for development impact.
Our use case is the 1SMILE project which stands for One Square Mile Infrastructure Leveraged for Emergencies; it targets ‘Boda Boda’ (a local term for “commercial motorcycles”) with a gamified approach to app design their CLE (continuous learning and education) of 1st responder (frontline Community Health Work) for this Generation-G (gaming generation). We have also borrowed from UCL’s Extreme Citizen Science framework to optimise participation of citizens in intractable, social problems like the rising road traffic accident deaths that are killing and maiming the young people; all of these Boda Boda riders are young men aged 16-30 years.
Our endgame is a community-led three-zeroes strategy: 0 Boda Boda casualties, 0 delays in accessing care, and 0 deaths.
Video: Increased road accidents exacerbate shortage of neurosurgeons … view
Paper: Nnajjuma, Hellen (2013). Road Traffic Accidents in Uganda in view of Taxi Drivers Masaka District. Master’s Thesis in Human Development. Trondheim, Autumn 2013.
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Paper: Tanzarn, N., (2003). Integrating gender into world bank financed transport programs: case study, Uganda. Road sector programme support (RSPS). Retrieved from http://www4.worldbank.org/afr/ssatp/Resources/HTML/Gender-RG/Sourc
Paper: Uganda crime report, (2010). Annual crime and traffic/ road safety report – 2010. Retrieved http://www.upf.go.ug/Reports/Annual%20Report%202010%20Final%20(Launch).pdf on 31/3/2012
World bank, (2011). Sub-Saharan Africa Transport Policy Program-SSATP annual meeting 2010. Retrieved from www.worldbank.org/afr/ssatp on 1st/4/2012
World Health Organisation, and World Bank (2004). World report on road traffic injury and prevention.
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WHO, (2012). Global Plan for the Decade of Action for Road Safety 2011-2020 Retrieved from http://www.who.int/roadsafety/decade_of_action/plan/en/index.html on 29th /03/2012.