Naturinda Emmanuel was born and raised in Uganda. The cross-cultural experiences in Uganda, Ghana, and Rwanda have taught him to view the world critically, compassionately, and with curiosity. He is being trained as Biomedical Scientist in laboratory-based research and clinical practice at the Department of Medical Diagnostics Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology in Ghana, he intends to lead scientific research in public health-related diseases in Africa and other developing countries. His keen interest is in the immunology of infectious diseases and how it influences pathogenesis and molecular biomarkers in humans. Along with having a strong enthusiasm for healthcare, he cofounded Nkoko Poultry Farm in 2022, a unique pioneering agribusiness model that is redefining the Ugandan poultry industry by economically empowering smallholder farmers, especially young women in rural communities of Uganda through establishing long-term market linkages, infrastructure, and skills training in financial literacy, modern poultry farming, and social entrepreneurship.