Governance and Management
Hon Lady justice Lydia Achode– Chair, RUWEPO Advisory Board.
She is the principal judge of the high court of Kenya. She has experience in Civil and Criminal Law and Procedure, Commercial Litigation, Taxation Law, as well as Gender and Family Law. The Justice has routinely adjudicated on these areas of law for a period spanning over thirty years. She served as the Registrar of the High Court and the Accounting Officer for the Judiciary. Justice Achode is also the Treasurer of the Kenya Women Judges Association.
Dr. Leah Tsuma- Vice-Chair, RUWEPO Advisory Board.
University professor and international research in Biochemistry. She is a consultant and CEO of a company that invests in waste management and green energy production in Africa especially in urban slums.
She is a biologist and veterinary technologist. A lover of animals and all the children of the world.She is the ambassador of Children of Africa Hope Mission in the State of Michigan.
Dr. Belinda Kasuku
A medical doctor with postgraduate studies and wide professional experience in paedriatic medicine. She works the largest national referral hospital and a consultant in reputable private hospitals. She volunteers her time for free community medical camps for vulnerable families in Kenya.
Dr. Wilner Nasambu
She is a dentist with wide experience and professional standards in both the national referral hospital and private hospitals. She extends her free dental services through community public health programs for the poor and disadvantaged in society.
Commissioner of labour in the Government of Kenya. Facilitator for PLHIV and gender rights in the work place, Children Rights and Safety in the work place.
At the secretariat level, there are sixteen (16) staff responsible for day-to-day operation of program activities. This includes the CEO, Accounts and Administrative Assistant, Chaplain, 10 teachers for the school, a cook, a caretakers, and a cleaner (the latter of whom is also the HIV and AIDS Field Officer).
Hear more from our CEO here.
Here more from our Partnerships & Programs Coordinator here.
At the community level, we have 10 trained community based facilitators who are responsible for implementation of projects in our various communities.
We are open to volunteers both local and international. You can apply to come and work with the children, teach, do secretarial work, balance books of accounts or even work with the community in areas of HIV/AIDS, Malarial Health, reproductive rights, WASH (water, sanitation, hygiene), Gender Based Violence and Human Sexuality. We provide training through seminars or facilitating. The volunteer work can run from 2 weeks to 3 months.