Mr.Ndayiragije is the current chairman of EANNASO board having acquired the role from June, 2013.
Mr. Marc Ndayiragije was awarded bachelor’s degree in philosophy at the Makerere University in 1998. He was later on awarded with the master’s degree in development studies at the Nkumba university in 2008.He is currently pursuing his Ph.D degree in Humanities and social sciences at the university of Minneapolis in USA since 2016.
He has vast experience working for various organizations and some of them includes (1) DENIVA/Ford Foundation from 2003 to 2004, (2) Marine Resource Group in 2004, (3) Uganda Red Cross Society from 2003 to 2005,(4) Uganda Network of HIV/AIDS Service Organizations from 2005 to 2006, (5) Uganda Bureau of Statistics in 2008, (6) World Vision International Uganda from 2008 to 2009, (7) Central Organization of Free Trade Unions(COFTU) from 2010 to 2015,and (8) World Food Programme as a consultant from 2009 to 2010.
He currently serves as an Executive Director(ED) for Center for Participatory Research and Development (CEPARD), he is also the Secretary General of the Vice President’s initiative to green Uganda, and he also works as a representative/expert of various World Bank funded projects.
Olive Mumba is the Executive Director for the Eastern Africa National Networks of AIDS and Health Service Organizations (EANNASO) which is a regional network that coordinates and provides technical support to civil society and communities working in HIV and TB in Eastern and Anglophone Africa. Olive has 16 years’ working experience with Civil Society and community groups including Networks of civil society and community groups, networks of People Living with HIV (PLHIV) and TB affected communities within and beyond East and Anglophone Africa Region. Olive is knowledgeable on programs specific to HIV, TB and Malaria including programs specific on Sexual Reproductive Health Rights, Human Rights, Gender, Community Systems Strengthening, Health Financing and Universal Health Coverage. Before joining EANNASO Olive worked for 4 years’ directly with communities at grassroots level in Tanzania. As a member of the Civil Society Platform on Health (CISPHA) and Global Fund Advocates Network, Olive has supported advocacy for health financing. EANNASO currently hosts the Anglophone Africa CRG Communication and Coordination Platform and leading the advocacy for the assentation of the East Africa Community Sexual Reproductive Health (SRH) Bill through the East Africa Civil Society Taskforce Team on SRH. EANNASO has currently finalized development of the STOP TB Partnership CRG Assessment Action plan and gearing towards the implementation of a digital Community Monitoring system known as OneImpact TB Janja.
Olive has worked in various capacities within EANNASO, private sector and parastatal organization back in Malawi where she originates. She has a passion to see the voices and needs of communities reflected in programs, policies and strategies. Olive believes that for HIV, TB and Malaria to end, civil society and communities should be empowered through increased access to technical and financial resources that supports program implementation and organization development
Joan Chamungu Joined the EANNASO board on June, 2013 and was voted to be the Treasurer. Having born in Tanzania and resided there, she received her advanced certificate in banking clerical course in 1994 at Dar-Es-Salaam, Tanzania and later on in 1993. She was also awarded with an advanced diploma in business management certificate at the College of Business Education (CBE) in Dar-Es-Salaam, Tanzania.
She has a vast experience on not-for-profit organizations dealing with health having previously been the acting chairperson at Tanzania Aids Forums in 2012, She has also been the chairperson and founder of Tanzania Network of Women living with HIV/AIDS from 2005-2006, In 2005-2008 she also became the commissioner for Tanzania Commission of AIDS where she was privileged to work alongside its smart and dedicated team to advance the work of nonprofits across the country.
She currently holds positions at other organizations such that she is the representative of ICW East Africa Technical working group in Tanzania since February 2013, She is also the representative of Coalition of African Lesbian since 2012, And in 2008 to-date she has been holding the position of national coordinator at the Tanzania Network of Women living with HIV and AIDS, In March, 2013 to-date she is the CSO CCM representative.
Allan Karagi has been elected as a board member of EANNASO since July; 2013.He was awarded with a Diploma in Nursing at the College of Health Professionals in 1978 at Nairobi, Kenya. Later on in 1981, he received his second Diploma in Midwifery at the College of Health Professionals in Nairobi, Kenya.
He is currently the Executive Director (ED) at the Kenya AIDS NGO Consortium (KANCO) in Nairobi, Kenya where he oversees the implementation of policies developed and approved by the advisory board. He is also a member of other organizations including National AIDS Control Council (NACC), GFATM Finance and Operational Performance Committee (FOPC), Country Coordination Mechanism (CCM) representing the CSOs, Kenya Legal and Ethical Network (KELIN) and also a member of Action TB Project.
Allan Karagi has received various recognitions and achievements throughout his career and amongst them being winner of the 2005 Gold Medal Award by foundation for Excellence in Business Practice (FEBP) in Switzerland; He received the Common Wealth Award for action HIV/AIDS in Australia for the outstanding work in policy and advocacy.
Mrs. Consolata Kiara recently joined the board of EANNASO as a member having built a strong reputation in the NGO setting by working with various organizations especially those dealing with health.
She possesses various qualifications among which are Masters of Arts in International Relations obtained at the Exeter University in United Kingdom. She was also awarded with a Diploma in Education from the Kenyatta University in Kenya. She is currently pursuing a Master’s degree in Counseling at the Kenya Methodist University
She has previously worked in many organizations notably at the Kenya National Commission for Unesco (NATCOM) as assistant secretary from 1986-1988, worked as Senior Assistant Director of Education and Coordinator of HIV/AIDS, Health & Nutrition, She also worked as a science teacher with teachers service commission in Teacher Training College and Secondary Schools in Kenya from the year 1968.
She has also engaged herself in various consultancy & facilitation works including being a consultant in the rapid assessment of constituency AIDS Control Committees (CACCs) in March 2004.
She has been a member of various committees including a member of Kenya Evaluation Association, founder member at Kenya Coalition for Nutrition(KCAN), founder member of Kenya Women Finance Trust, member of Nursing Council of Kenya from 1997-2001.
She is currently the Executive Director at a charitable NGO namely COVUC.