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Edward Miano Munene, Executive Director



Mr. Edward is a graduate with masters of Arts Degree in Anthropology from the University of Nairobi. He has over 15 years first-hand experience in health and HIV&AIDS, gender, human rights and governance programmes. In the past he has held senior management positions at Kenya AIDS NGOs Consortium (KANCO), Kenya Human Rights Commission (KHRC) and Beyond Zero Campaign Secretariat. As Executive Director he is charged with providing overall leadership and management of the organization including strategic planning, programmes design and implementation, financial management, organizational development, staff management, public relations and general administration.

Catriona Mumuli, Senior Programmes Officer

Ms. Catriona is a Bachelor`s of Science (Information Systems and Technology) graduate from the United States International University-Africa (USIU) and is currently pursuing a Masters of Arts in Communication Studies (Communication for Development). She equally holds a Post-graduate Diploma in Project Planning and Management from the Kenya Institute of Management (KIM). Ms. Catriona has over 4 years’ experience in health projects management at the county and national level. She is also instrumental in developing, advising on, and implementing communications policies relating to the effective internal and external communications at HERAF.


Christine Ajulu, Programmes Assistant (Community Strengthening)

Christine has over six years’ experience working with local NGOs implementing projects on health both at the national level and county level. She has vast experience in policy development and advocacy at national and county levels. She holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Family and Consumer Science from Kenyatta University, and is pursuing her Masters of Science Degree on Occupational Safety and Health at JKUAT. She is excited by projects which assist communities to demand for their right to health, lobby for better community involvement in their respective facilities and achieve milestones in access to quality health service.

Lumasia Emmanuel Karani, Project Assistant


Emmanuel has over six years’ experience working with local NGOs in health and governance sectors. He has vast experience in capacity strengthening of community members in governance and management of community health systems. He is a Bachelor of Arts (Education) graduate in English and Literature in English from The Catholic University of Eastern Africa (CUEA). He is keen on human rights education, training, community development and social accountability. He has previously worked at Kenya Human Rights Commission


Teresia Kimani, Finance and Administrative Assistant


Teresia is a graduate with Bachelors of Commerce degree- Finance, JKUAT and CPA IV . She has 4 years of experience both in NGO and private sectors. She has mastered skills in financial management, internal control, Sub-grantee monitoring, human resource management, She is responsoible of ensuring that the overall accounts practices of all organizational projects are consistent with the organization and donor’s accounting policies and procedures. Teresia is passionate about what she does, professional, a team player and leader; and has experience in working with people of different cultures.


Bernice Kiragu, Partnerships and Grant Management Officer



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. She is responsible of managing partnerships, resource mobilisation and grant management.





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