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C4PD supports and works closely with communities that dare to stand up for the rights of groups who experience constant social discrimination, marginalisation and who are sometimes even considered outlaws under national legislation.

An important C4PD partner in the area of SRHR is NACC, NASCOP, and WOFAK. The organisation aims to prevent unsafe abortions by providing access to sexual and reproductive health services to promoting the youth friendly health facilities.

Center for People Development (C4PD)

Our Team

Lilian Boyi Head of C4PD marketing
She has developed well-performing and sustainable fundraising programs, attracting new partners, retaining current partners and reactivating past dpartners, as well as increasing the number of partners supporting Center for People Development.

Evans Oduor
Evans has worked for Center for People Development both as volunteer and a junior leader heading the livelihoods and development. He is a veterinarian with a degrees in biochemistry and environmental Science from Moi University, he has interest in animal nutrition and agricultural economics. Under Oduor’s guidance, the program is dedicated to building strong social capital in addition to livestock development and pro-poor wealth-creating value chains that integrate the poor community vulnerable groups into market activities in an equitable and fair manner.

Nelly Apondi
She works for as the Programme manager of Community Malaria development. She has worked in designing, implementing and evaluating community-based sustainable development programs. Nelly has worked to support several community amary go rounds, table banking and social enterprises find local relevance and customize their business model to meet the demand for services in deserving communities in Muhoroni. She is focused on developing an organizational culture where everyone feels excited to show up to work — opting to transition the Human Resources Department to the People Department.  she has spent the last 8 years making markets work for low income families by working to provide access to education, finance and life skills

Peter Apondi Hagono
is the programme manager for the Adolescents and Young women program at Center for People Development since 2016. He is a registered Mental Health & Psychosocial Support Counsellor (MHPSS), Gender Advocate, Human Rights Defender (HRD) and a member of the Kenya Counseling and Psychological Association (KCPA). He is both an alumnus of the Centre for Human Rights, Faculty of Law, University of Pretoria, South Africa and Summer Human Rights Institute (SHRI) at Fordham Law School, New York, United States. Peter also attended the 6th East Africa Human Rights Program (EAHRP 2021), in Naivasha, Kenya.

Mr. Hagono participated in the following courses;

  • 2015 Sexual and Reproductive Health Research training (SRHR), Geneva Foundation for Medical Education and Research, Geneva, Switzerland.
  • Prevention of Sexual Exploitation and Abuse (PSEA) – United Nations Population Fund (UNPF).
  • Training and Resources in Research Ethics Evaluation, University of Hong Kong, China.
  • Project Management, University of Virginia, United States.
  • Teach English Now! Theories of Second Language Acquisition – TESOL, Arizona State University, United States.
  • SRHR in UHC online training course 2020, The AIDS and Rights Alliance for Southern Africa (ARASA)
  • Obstetric Fistula and Maternal Infections, The Global Health Network (GHN)
  • Effects of Emergencies on Health and Nutrition, Humanitarian Leadership Academy.

He is a co-author of a research paper, ‘Understanding barriers to access and utilization of cervical cancer screening services among women living with HIV in Kenya and Uganda’, and an abstract “Increasing Visibility, Uptake and Retention of Pre-exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) Users among Men who Have Sex with Men (MSM)” in Nairobi through Let’s Get Real Events (LGR)

Peter currently serves as the Vice-Chairperson of the Appreciation of Activists and Human Rights Defenders in Eastern Africa (AHEA), in recognition and appreciation of outstanding activists and human rights defenders working to advance gender, LGBTIQ+ and sex worker rights in Eastern Africa (Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Rwanda, Burundi, DRC Congo, Ethiopia and South Sudan).

Dr. Peter Hayombe – Board Secretary and Director
Dr. Peter O. Hayombe- Is the Center for People Development secretary of the board and responsible for programmes business management and proposal development. He is also the Chief of Mission Effectiveness, he leads the development of organization strategy, as well as cross-cutting initiatives that advance change.

He formed Center for People Development in 2010 after more than 14 years of capacity building experience in high school as a senior graduate teacher. He worked for many years as a high school teacher, before deciding in 2006 to focus his experience, energy and business acumen on social issues. He received doctorate degree from Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health USA, a master’s degree in Public Health and Epidemiology and Bachelor`s degree on Education  Science from the Kenyatta University.

He is a MEARL expert on a wide range of public health areas: – Maternal and New Born Child Health involving projects to remap, design and strengthen the healthcare delivery system in Africa, especially in Family Planning, Malaria and TB, HIV and AIDS, Nutrition and livelihoods, Water, Sanitation and Hygiene projects. Some of his related projects to this assignment include The LVCT Health board evaluation, Strategic development of the East African Health Platform, the Human Resources for Health costed development plans for 5 counties in Kenya for the County governments and UNICEF. Hayombe is a tutor with Geneva Foundation of Medical Research and Education in Sexual and Reproductive Health Research, (http://www.gfmer.ch/country-coordinators/Peter-Otieno-Khayombe.htm). He is working in Khasto Consultants and Simba Education Consultants as the Executive Director – Research, training, and development, Oversee Advising Group as the East African Expansion Manager and Global Insight as a Principal Investigator on project policy and management.

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