Aubrey has completed a bachelors degree in biomedical engineering from the Malawi University of Science and Technology. In 2020 he was part of a group of students who studied ways of improving the performance of oxygen concentrators, and as such comes to us with valuable knowledge.After completing his OpenO2 Corps Internship Aubrey joined the Global Health Informatics Institute as a full-time employee taking the position of Product Developer for oxygen-related innovations.
Francis completed his bachelors degree in biomedical engineering from the Malawi University of Science and Technology in 2020. In his last year he was part of a group of students who studied ways of improving the performance of oxygen concentrators, and as such comes to us with valuable knowledge.After completing his OpenO2 Corps Internship Francis joined the Global Health Informatics Institute as a full-time employee taking the position of Team Leader on one of the two OpenO2 Mobile Workshops.
Kulwinder worked in the Indian Army for 26 years in the Corps of Signals in the field of communication. On the basis of his experience in radio communication, line communication, electrical (AC supply, DC supply, generators, and batteries), he was awarded the Foreman of Signals. In 2015, Kulwinder joined Sanrai Med India, and gained experience and certifications in repair and maintenance of oxygen concentrators, portable oxygen concentrators, oxygen portable cylinders, CPAPs, BiPAPs, portable ventilators, and more. He also has global responsibilities for training and maintenance.
Mtheto graduated from Daeyang University in 2019 with a Bachelor’s degree in Information and Communication Technology (ICT). He studied at Handong Global University in South Korea for a semester (exchange program).He started working at GHII training center in February 2018 as an Intern and currently works as a Product Development Manager. Mtheto’s main focus has been product development, from ideation, to finalization and distribution. Combining his unique skills, Mtheto helps building products in the healthcare using technology. Mtheto is also our resident drone pilot.
Masopha has completed an Apprenticeship with the Department of water and Sanitation (Rand Water) to become a Trade Tested Electrician. He has with several years experience in the Electrical Wiring and HVAC industries with expertise in preventive, reactive and corrective maintenance in industrial facilities. Masopha joined Sanrai South Africa in 2021, and has learned new skills rapidly. He is customer focused with the ability to troubleshoot and resolve problems accurately, efficiently and completely.
Mwabi Graduated from Daeyang university with a bachelor’s degree in Information and Communication Technology. He also has a certificate in Principles of Global Health Informatics institute that has helped him understand how to better integrate information technology in the healthcare system.He joined GHII as an intern in 2018 and later changed roles to the position of product development manager. Mwabi focuses on product development with specialisation in circuitry schematic layout and printed circuit board design. Combining these unique skills Mwabi helps building products in health care using technology.
After college, Paulina completed an Apprenticeship with AFROX to become a Trade tested Mechanical fitter. In the 4 years of training, she was involved in repairing and maintaining gas production, gas refill, and cylinder test machinery/equipment. In 2017, Paulina joined Sanrai South Africa where she gained experience on repairs and maintenance of medical devices including oxygen concentrators, portable oxygen concentrators, CPAPs, and BiPAPs. Paulina is the Senior Technician at Sanrai with global responsibilities for training and maintenance support.
Sharon completed a bachelors degree in biomedical engineering from the Malawi University of Science and Technology in 2020. In her final year she completed a 4 month internship working at Zomba Central Hospital Physical Asset Management Department where she had an opportunity to learn about oxygen concentrators on the job.After completing her OpenO2 Corps Internship Sharon joined the Global Health Informatics Institute as a full-time employee taking the position of Team Leader on one of the two OpenO2 Mobile Workshops.