“I have gained a lot of skills on Monitoring & Evaluation (M&E) data collection and analysis, planning of human resources for M&E and the types of M&E. My newly acquired knowledge and skills will help me design appropriate M&E systems for the ongoing and future projects that I will be overseeing.”
Public Health Promotion
IPHDC recognizes the importance of systematic promotion of health especially among vulnerable populations. Our program management servicesRead More!
IPHDC provides a number of services aimed at promoting program quality improvement both at individual/personnel level and institutional level.Read More!
IPHDC takes cognizance of the critical role that cross-cutting issues play in determining the success or failure of development and humanitarian interventions.Read More!
A public health specialist, with over twelve years of program management experience in development, emergency and post-emergency contexts. He has a track record of successful project management, resource mobilization and capacity building using participatory approaches. He has actively participated in identification, formulation, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of several WASH and health-oriented projects in Kenya, Somalia/Somaliland, Ethiopia, Tanzania and South Sudan.
“The facilitation was great. The time allocated for the training was enough. The facilitator was quite interesting, involving, knowledgeable and able to respond to all our questions”.
“I would highly recommend anyone in the development and humanitarian fields to attend this training”.
Judy Were (WASH Engineer) – Goal Ireland, Kenya
“My expectations from the training have been surpassed. I have acquired practical and relevant skills on GIS for Project Planning and Management. These skills will help me improve on the quality of my work in Istanbul.”
Nicolas Parent, Turkey
“Through this training I have acquired knowledge of concepts and practical facilitation skills of PHAST, CLTS and CHAST approaches. I will implement these newly acquired skills in our ongoing and future program activities. All my expectations have been met.”