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Lawrence Zikusoka Zikusoka

Director

ICT for Development

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ICT for Development

Background Information

Employment History

Veterinary Officer

Uganda National Parks


Founder and Director

International Campaign for Tibet


Founder and Director of Information, Communication and Technology for Development

Development of Conservation Through Public Health


Customer Project Manager

Ericsson India Pvt Ltd


Affiliations

CTPH

Founder


Education

Master's degree

Specialised Veterinary Medicine

North Carolina State University/North Carolina Zoological Park


Master's degree

Telecommunications

SUNY Institute of Technology


Masters degree

Telecommunications

State University of New York Institute of Technology


college degree

Royal Veterinary College , University of London


Web References(58 Total References)


WOMEN RECOGNISED FOR LEADERSHIP IN CONSERVATION

ugandawildlife.org [cached]

DR.GLADYS KALEMA-ZIKUSOKA Dr. Gladys founded Conservation Through Public Health (CTPH) in 2003 with Lawrence Zikusoka, Director of ICT for Development and her husband of 12 years.
She has been working with conservation for 17 years. But her passion for conservation began back in 1988 when she revived a Wildlife Club at Kibuli Secondary School as the Chairperson. She attained her college degree in Royal Veterinary College, University of London in 1995 and worked as the first Veterinary Officer of Uganda National Parks from 1996-2000. She left to do a zoological medicine residency and masters in specialized veterinary medicine at North Carolina State University and North Carolina Zoological Park.


LEADING FEMALE CONSERVATIONISTS RECOGNIZED

ugandawildlife.org [cached]

DR.GLADYS KALEMA-ZIKUSOKA the founder of Conservation Through Public Health (CTPH) in 2003 with Lawrence Zikusoka, Director of ICT for Development and her husband of 12 years.


ICV - Long Term Projects Uganda: Conservation Through Public Health Telecentre

www.icvolunteers.org [cached]

The CTPH project was inspired by the global United Nations Information Technology Service (UNITeS) experience the CTPH, Founder and Director of ICT for Development, Lawrence Zikusoka had in setting up agriculture information centres and kiosks for rural farmers and traders in Orissa at UNDP, India.


www.ctph.org

Lawrence Zikusoka
CTPH Founder and Director of ICT for Development Lawrence Zikusoka is a CTPH Board Member and Wi-Fi Project Director for deployment of the first ever 802.11g telecentres with footprints in UNESCO World Heritage Site and Biosphere Reserve in Bwindi Impenetrable and Queen Elizabeth National Parks, enabling small enterprises, NGOs and eco-tourists to have local multimedia, broadband wireless and VoIP services in the Albertine Rift. The pilot was funded by the World Bank, Uganda Communications Commission, WYSE Technology, and Uganda Telecom in 2004, and since then, UNIDO and Microsoft. The sustainable CTPH Telecentre model was nominated as a Finalist at the Stockholm Challenge Award, WSIS Best ICT Project in Africa, and featured on BBC's "Go Digital" and CNN's "Focus on the Internet." Lawrence has 10 years experience in international telecom, electronics and IT environments working in 8 countries namely, Kosovo, India, Congo, USA, France, Uganda, Madagascar and South Africa. Most recently, he was a special projects advisor on the Refugee Connectivity Pilot and program management consultant for Ericsson's Market Unit sub-Saharan Africa in high-growth telecom markets. Prior to co-founding CTPH, Mr. Zikusoka held various positions in strategic marketing, business development, turnkey GSM/3G network rollout, transmission and core network expansion, field operations and maintenance, regulatory and ICT policy development at Nortel's Research Triangle Park, Simba Telecom, Zain, and the United Nations. Mr. Zikusoka was awarded the 2006 Reuters Digital Vision Fellowship for technology social entrepreneurs at Stanford University in Palo Alto, California. Lawrence holds a Masters degree in Telecommunications from the State University of New York Institute of Technology and is actively pursuing Project Management Professional (PMP) certification. Lawrence is married to Dr. Gladys, the CTPH Founder and CEO and has two sons, Ndhego and Tendo.


CTPH - CONSERVATION THROUGH PUBLIC HEALTH

www.ctph.org [cached]

Lawrence Zikusoka
CTPH Founder and Director of ICT for Development Lawrence Zikusoka is a CTPH Board Member and Wi-Fi Project Director for deployment of the first ever 802.11g telecentres with footprints in UNESCO World Heritage Site and Biosphere Reserve in Bwindi Impenetrable and Queen Elizabeth National Parks, enabling small enterprises, NGOs and eco-tourists to have local multimedia, broadband wireless and VoIP services in the Albertine Rift. The pilot was funded by the World Bank, Uganda Communications Commission, WYSE Technology, and Uganda Telecom in 2004, and since then, UNIDO and Microsoft. The sustainable CTPH Telecentre model was nominated as a Finalist at the Stockholm Challenge Award, WSIS Best ICT Project in Africa, and featured on BBC's "Go Digital" and CNN's "Focus on the Internet." Lawrence has 10 years experience in international telecom, electronics and IT environments working in 8 countries namely, Kosovo, India, Congo, USA, France, Uganda, Madagascar and South Africa. Most recently, he was a special projects advisor on the Refugee Connectivity Pilot and program management consultant for Ericsson's Market Unit sub-Saharan Africa in high-growth telecom markets. Prior to co-founding CTPH, Mr. Zikusoka held various positions in strategic marketing, business development, turnkey GSM/3G network rollout, transmission and core network expansion, field operations and maintenance, regulatory and ICT policy development at Nortel's Research Triangle Park, Simba Telecom, Zain, and the United Nations. Mr. Zikusoka was awarded the 2006 Reuters Digital Vision Fellowship for technology social entrepreneurs at Stanford University in Palo Alto, California. Lawrence holds a Masters degree in Telecommunications from the State University of New York Institute of Technology and is actively pursuing Project Management Professional (PMP) certification. Lawrence is married to Dr. Gladys, the CTPH Founder and CEO and has two sons, Ndhego and Tendo.


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