Daniel Khauka Nanghaka
Daniel Nanghaka is the founder of ILICIT Africa. With a strong goal to change the world through ICT as an intervention to world calamities, challenges and problems, Daniel has gained profound experiences and is raising awareness in the ICT and Social works. 
Daniel is the founder of ILICIT Africa where ILICIT stands for Integrating Livelihoods thru Communication Information Technology for Africa and the Executive Director of WASH Reporter, a crowdsourcing platform to air out the views and experiences on the persons living in rural areas facing challenges in Water, Sanitation and Health. The platform generates its information and data from the rural people through SMS, Email and Calls directly to the WASH Offices reporting a crisis which is then mapped on the Crisis Mapper.
Daniel has experience in ICT4Dev and has been trained as a Peer Educator and Youth Counselor in HIV/AIDs where he volunteered at MUST Peer Project (MPP) a LUMUST project that was set up in Mbarara University of Science and Technology in partnership with Lund University in Sweden.
He was also the Community Lead of Hive Colab an open space of Innovation Hub which has a key role in fostering upcoming Software Developers in Uganda and has contributed in incorporating ICT in Business Innovations through sustainable work plans and business plans for the developers.