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Beginner’s Mind Lab Limited, a Ugandan digital health company, is dedicated to delivering cost-effective, dependable and state of the art digital solutions to address the most critical healthcare challenges in sub-Saharan Africa. It was founded in June 2022 by Philip Lugoloobi, a health innovation fellow at Africa Oxford Health Innovation Platform (Africa-Oxford Initiative), University of Oxford and a medical doctor who graduated from Makerere University in May 2022. He leads a team of very experienced Software developers and Mechanical engineers to address the most pressing health problems in the developing world.

Our Values

  • Beginner’s mindset: We approach challenges with no pre-conceptions, pay attention to detail and come up with a number of solutions before zeroing in on one which is refined in close consultation with intended users of our products.
  • Efficiency: We identify and eliminate wasteful steps in the process of creating value for users of our products.
  • Sustainability: We are committed to not only building a financially stable and resilient enterprise but also environmental stewardship and social responsibility.
  • Collaborations: We pool top-notch talent from relevant fields to solve most pressing health problems faced in our society.
  • Respect: We honor everyone’s individual human rights, privacy and background.
  • Ethics and integrity: We are committed to building a strong and trusting relationship not only within the team but also with partners and users of our products.


To establish the Beginner’s Mind Lab as the provider of the most dependable digital health platforms for the developing world.


To accelerate the adoption of digital platforms in patient care in sub-Saharan Africa.


The company boasts a cadre of distinguished advisors excelling in a number of fields like health informatics, transfusion medicine, software development and many more which are critical to the projects we develop. These experts hail from prestigious institutions, such as the University of Oxford, Mulago National Referral Hospital, Makerere University, Uganda Blood Transfusion Service and top Software Development Agencies.

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