Christine Ajulu is a health advocate working to empower communities to take up the governance space in the health sector as provided for in the Constitution. Key focus of her works includes engaging policy makers to put in place policies that are responsive to the communities’ needs, supporting communities to enjoy their right to health as well as to hold duty bearers to account on their commitments and promises with regards to health.
She has trained communities on the various social accountability approaches which have in turn aided them in engaging duty bearers. Her vision is a community where men and women can access quality health care services without any barriers.
Bernice is a graduate with Masters of Science in Finance, University of Nairobi and a CPA
finalist. She has over 10 years work experience in NGO, financial and private sector. She possesses multi-disciplinary skills in the fields of Financial Management, Policies development, Project Management Accounting, resource mobilization and Grants Management.
Mr. Edward is a graduate with Masters of Arts in Anthropology, University of Nairobi. He has over 15 years’ experience work knowledge and practical experience in organisation’s governance, management and programmes implementation including building and nurturing relations with government, development partners and community members. For the past 10 years he has been spearheading health-based projects and programmes in HERAF.
Elizabeth is an ongoing student in human resource management, she assists the programmes and administration department in preparing spreadsheets to be used in the filed, manage databases collected by the programs staff,assist in producing field presentations, and documents.
She also communicates with suppliers on behalf of the organisation, manages incoming and outgoing calls, and organizes the office to ensure everyone has a conducive working environment.
Jemimah is passionate about community strengthening and advocacy for inclusive decision making processes for vulnerable populations. She holds a degree in Sociology and has extensive field experience in community engagement that includes awareness creation on HIV/AIDS treatment and care; mental health and secure livelihoods.
She is currently engaged in budget advocacy that strengthens the capacity of citizens to engage county and national leadership on policy, governance, resource allocation and social accountability. She is also undertaking promotion of the rights based approach in access to quality health care as a key determinant of quality of life; through targeted capacity training and tracking government commitments both in policy and budgets towards the realisation of the right to health.
Maureen Nekesa Asembo is a seasoned and accomplished development practitioner with 8 years of quality work experience acquired in diverse challenging roles in the development sector.
She is an expert in area of health advocacy focusing on policy, governance and budgetary processes both at national and county levels. I hold a master of science degree in development studies from Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology.