Ubrica President (Founder)
Dr. Macharia Waruingi
Dr. Macharia is a professor of health administration and a medical doctor with a demonstrated history of working in the hospital & health care industry. He has strong business development professional skilles in Management, Healthcare Management, Healthcare, Medicine, and Organizational Development.
He is an executive member and a medical advisor in the International Union of Architects- Public Health Group. He has advised on design, development and implementation of world class health systems in frontier markets.
He has worked with other Fellows in an interdisciplinary environment to discover systems for health that fit the needs of local people.
UBRICA VICE PRESIDENT
MR. MICHAEL KARUU
Mr. Michael Karuu is good at creating, communicating and implementing the organization’s Vision, Mission and overall direction.
He also formulates and implements the strategic plan that guides the direction of the corporation.
He is good at expanding and securing new business, managing project portfolio that meet or exceeds projections and participating in the internal management of the company.
He ensures the organization’s overall strategic goals and profitability
requirements are as determined by the strategic plans.
Community Participation Team
We continue recruiting a team to join our World Ubricoin Ambassadors program. Our goal is to enroll people to represent every region in the world and most importantly in the developing countries. People in the same region will form a chapter which will be responsible in building the health infrastructure in that particular area. We will work together with chapters to make sure that the Ubrica project reach all families in the developing countries.
The model for building the health infrastructure is already designed but implementation will be done by the chapter members, who draw members from the specific communities. Implementation will be done taking into consideration the culture of the community, local knowledge and locally available materials.