OUR TEAM

OUR TEAM

Kijiji Cha Upendo is run by a dedicated, team of paid volunteers, each qualified in their relevant field of service.

ACCOUNTANT

Robert Mugasia.  Qualified accountant (Kenya College of Accountancy). Part time. Mr. Mugasia is compassionate in supporting small projects. “Nobody wants to give money to an organization where the money is not handled well.”

PROGRAM ADMINISTRATOR. 

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Leonora Obara, Social Worker

Leonora Obara. Part time. Using her vast experience as a social worker in Kibera, Ms Obara plans, oversees and directs all the programmes.

She is dearly loved and respected by Kibera residents, who regard her as one of their own rather than an outsider.

 

 

 

COMMUNITY EDUCATOR.

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Neddy Mutstotsi, Educator

Neddy Mutstotsi. Part time. The lead person running a vibrant program on community education, she secures speakers to give talks on relevant topics. Ms. Mutstotsi is living positively, and knows how HIV has affected the lives of people in the community. She shares her own attitude with others and helps them to live positively too.

 

 

COMMUNITY HEALTH WORKER.

DSC02975 Leah Atieno. Full time. Trained as a social worker, Ms Atieno leads discussions at the women’s empowerment meetings, does school and home visits, encourages guardians and offers psycho-social counseling.

Leah was brought up a partial orphan and so she has a heart for orphaned children.

COMMUNITY HEALTH WORKER.

DSC02965Moses Omondi. Full time. He teams up with Leah in monitoring the children in school and their care at home.

Born and bred in Kibera, Mr Omondi holds a BA degree in Education and is determined to see the children in Kibera excel academically.

 

PROJECT ADMINISTRATOR.

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Andrew Obara, Administration.

Andrew Obara. Full time. Andrew uses his  business experience in administration and project management to run all the programs and activities.

“Kijiji Cha Upendo is is one of many kind-hearted organizations that bring hope to the needy. We are not big, but we do the best we can.”