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Nelson Rogo
Chairman

Nelson Osure Rogo sat for Cambridge School Certficate in the year 1963 and later attended Siriba College where he graduated with a Diploma in Animal Science in the year 1965. He began his career with the Kenya Government in the Ministry of Agriculture where he worked as a Livestock Officer till 1978. He thereafter joined the Private Sector in the Insurance Industry where he worked as a Field Sales Manager and then rose to the position of Assistant General Sales Manager of Cannon Assurance. He has attended various Management Courses both in the UK and France. Upon retirement in 2009 he became the Board Chairman of Sagam Community Hospital to date. He is also sits on the Board of Rabuor Sinaga Community Fund, a local Microfinance Organization.

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Jane Rogo
Secretary

Jane Rogo sat for her KCPE in in the year 1970 and then proceeded to St. Teresa’s Girls where she did her K.C.S.E in 1974. In 1976 she joined Eregi Teachers Training College and left in the year 1978. From 1978 to 2011 she taught in different schools both at her rural home and Nairobi retiring as an ATS1. She is currently the Chairlady of Ahono Sinaga Water User’s Association a community based water project serving some parts of Siaya and Vihiga Counties. She serves as treasurer in the following organizations, Yaw Pachi Women Community Based Organization, Anglican Church of Kenya Rawa Parish and Anglican Church of Kenya Ramula Deanery. She is also a director with Siaya Bondo (SIBO) Water Company where she is the Chair of Audit Committee. She also sits in the boards of Sagam Mixed Secondary and Mindhine Polytechnic. Her hobbies are farming, community service and volunteerism.

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Debora Rogo
General Manager
Ms. Debora Rogo, an attorney and human rights advocate, is the General Manager at Sagam Community Hospital. Prior to that she has served as a legal consultant in East Africa  where she has worked with various NGOs and IGOs such as the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda in Arusha, Tanzania. Her past experience includes serving as an Associate Attorney at the International Law Institute in Kampala, Uganda where she  provided support to the Institute’s implementation of technical and advisory projects concerning legal infrastructure in Sub-Saharan Africa. In addition, prior to her legal education, she served as Communications and Research Assistant with the Gender Public Advocacy Coalition in Washington, D.C., USA.She is experience in project implementation and management (especially in post-conflict regions), human rights, international criminal and human rights law, good governance,access to justice, and the human rights based approach (“HRBA”) to development. She also has working experience in Argentina, Burundi, Comoros, Democratic Republic of Congo, Djibouti, Ethiopia,  Lesotho, Liberia, Malawi, Rwanda, Seychelles, South Sudan, Sudan, and Switzerland.Ms. Rogo received her Juris Doctor from Washington University in St. Louis School of Law  and her Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

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Zephania Okelo Owiro
Member

Zephania Okelo Owiro holds a Cambridge school certificate from Maseno school, Diploma in Agriculture from Makerere University College, Bachelor of Science in Agriculture and Master of Science (Dairy Science) from University of Illinois (USA). He has served under various capacities within the Agricultural sector in Kenya including assistant Agricultural officer in Ministry of Agriculture, District Agricultural Officer Kisii, Provincial Agricultural Officer in charge of Nyanza and Coast Provinces and deputy director of Agriculture/head of animal 20 production division at the ministry headquarters Nairobi. Mr. Owiro is a Board member at Sinaga secondary school, Sagam secondary school and Anglican Development services Nyanza. He is a Life Governor Agriculture Society of Kenya, Member of Diocesan and Provincial synod Anglican church of Kenya and served as chairman Kenya Dairy Board

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Agatha Obare
Member

Agatha Christie Obare holds a Cambridge School certificate from Mukumu girls High School and has had various management courses in banking and management locally and in the UK. She has vast experience in the banking sector where she has worked in Barclays bank between 1978 and 1993 rising through the ranks from manager’s assistant at Kenyatta Avenue branch to branch managers of Pioneer House branch, Hurlingham branch and Union Towers branch – all in Nairobi. Currently Mrs. Obare is engaged in many community activities in various capacities. She is the chair lady of Rabuor Sinaga Area Community Small Business Enterprise (micro-finance), chair lady Ahono Primary School, committee member St. Teresa’s Primary School (Yala) and member of Yaw Pach Women’s Group (Yala). She is also a founder member of Kenya Women Finance Trust and served as treasurer of the Kenya Society of the Deaf between 1986 – 1994. She was founder and former chairwoman of the board of the Rabuor-Sinaga Fund.

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Deryck Onyango Omuodo
Member

Deryck Onyango Omuodo holds a Masters degree in education and development from the University of London, UK, and a Bachelors degree in education from the University of Dar-es-Salaam, Tanzania. He has 39 years of valuable expertise and work experience in the health sector in the areas of health systems and health programs management. Mr. Omuodo has solid capabilities in providing effective technical and training assistance to governments, development agencies and NGOs and taking leadership in program implementation. He has turned around and restored management operations for failing NGOs. He has also developed capacity building strategies and frameworks and successfully managed country and field office set ups and operations in addition to preparing strategic plans for a number of health-based Kenyan NGOs. His work experience and execution of consultancy assignments have been gained through working at senior levels for high profile international and regional organizations and a donor agency. Currently, Mr. Omuodo works as a freelance consultant in various health development programs and also serves in the Boards of Management of several public sector high schools in addition to being chairman of one of these.