Chrispin Omondi Owaga
Owaga Chrispin carries over 7 years continuous experience on health developmental programs, both in research and program monitoring and evaluation and implementation in the both local and international NGOs, including KEMRI-Welcome trust ,KEMRI-CDC, Mildmay Kenya in a range of diverse capacities; Research ,project planning and implementation, monitoring and evaluation, and coordination functions.
Specifically Chrispin has worked as a study coordinator with KEMRI/CDC-Malaria Transmission Consortium Highlands project. a field coordinator in a Schistosomiasis Intervention program in East Uyoma community. An M&E officer for Mildmay overseeing ;The Global Fund Round 10 (HIV) program ;APHIAPlus, a USAID funded Home and community based care programs in Western Kenya and USAID FANIKISHA program mandated to support service delivery addressing social determinants of health, with interventions focusing on HIV and AIDS.
Chrispin has a B.Sc degree in biomedical science and technology (Medical Biotechnology) from Maseno University, and currently pursuing a Masters in Public Health (Health Promotion and International Health) at Maseno University. He also has Global Health e-learning certification on M&E Fundamentals, M&E Frameworks for HIV/AIDs Programs, Nutrition, and Data Quality, Stigma and Discrimination and Data use for Program Managers.