Peter Ole-Sabay, Founder & CEO of Love4Bukwo Hospital in Eastern Uganda, holds a B.A. in Global Health from Arizona State University. Mr. Ole-Sabay has 20 years of healthcare experience, working in several healthcare facilities in the US and has worked extensively on solving global health disparities in East Africa, including HIV/AIDS prevention. While at ASU, Mr. Ole-Sabay spearheaded an HIV/AIDS program in Tanzania and Uganda as well as facilitated discussions in Kenya in High schools.
Mr. Ole-Sabay was a recipient of the Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship, an award he used to teach HIV prevention in East Africa. He is a certified health facilitator and trainer through Heal International. In the past Mr. Ole-sabay also helped to start a clinic and a dialysis unit in Eldoret, Kenya.
Co-Founder & Medical Director of Love4Bukwo Hospital
Margaret Sabay is a Certified Nurse Practitioner in Arizona. Presently, Mrs. Sabay is the Chief Infectious Disease Officer at Grand Canyon University and works as a clinician at the Health and Wellness Clinic on campus. Mrs. Sabay also works part-time at FastMed Urgent Care as a provider. Her previous experience includes work in intensive care units in several hospitals in Arizona. Mrs. Sabay is currently pursuing her PhD from Grand Canyon University and is scheduled to graduate in October 2020.
Originally from Bukwo, Mrs. Sabay grew up in the time of the HIV pandemic and saw colleagues and friends die due to complications from HIV/AIDS. In
response she helped open an orphanage to take in children whose parents had died of the disease. She is the Co-founder, Medical Director and Head of Infectious Diseases at Love4Bukwo Regional Hospital, bringing her experience and deep commitment to this remarkable Global Health work.