We run two projects in health and environmental conservation. In the past two years KAF reached 15,000 people.
The two projects contribute to:
Cost effectiveness: on average €2 per person reached.
Lilian Langat, Finance and Administration Director
Lilian has a background in business management, holding an Masters in Business Administration from Kenyatta University. She has held positions as Chief Operating Officer, Human Resource and Administration Manager and project officer in various companies.
Transferring her experience gained in the business world, Lilian will bring excellent people skills and project management to this project. Lilian has developed the NGO through assessing local needs, developing response plans, coordinating responses between civic, religious, governmental, and other organisations, and contributing to the delivery of quality health services.
Bernard Kipkorir Rutto, Project Manager
Bernard is a qualified nurse, with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Kenya Methodist University currently pursuing his Masters. He has eight years’ experience as a nurse, trainer and lecturer, and has worked with KAF since they were founded in 2017.
Bernard has also regularly conducted consultancies to evaluate Ministry of Health and NGO projects focusing on primary health and reproductive health. Bernard’s skills spanning project evaluation, training in community health work and his nursing background give him the skills and expertise to manage this project to a high standard.
Sanny Chuma, Project Officer
He has a degree in community development has worked with in various projects before. He has excellent expertise in project planning, assessment of housing needs and revitalization projects within a city or community.
Sanny is good in surveying and tracking needs, establishing plans for implementation, developing budgets and soliciting community input.