To get results amid war and scarcity, Anne Kinuthia’s team does things differently.
Anne Kinuthia has over twenty years of experience in development; conflict and post-conflict environments; managing international teams; and implementing a broad range of multimillion-dollar programs in fields such as child protection, orphans and vulnerable children, health, nutrition, HIV/AIDS, food security, and refugee assistance in Africa and Asia.
She has worked in Democratic Republic of Congo, Ghana, Kenya, Uganda, Sudan and South Sudan (in Juba, Wau, and Darfur), Somalia, Burundi, Rwanda, Sierra Leone, Tanzania, East Timor, and Indonesia. Kinuthia is a team-builder. She has ample experience in building local staff capacity and in advocating for staff at the county, state, and national levels. Kinuthia holds a bachelor’s degree in nursing from the University of Nairobi and a master’s degree in public health from Kenyatta University in Kenya. She also received qualifications as a registered midwife and registered psychiatric nurse from the Kenya Medical Training College.