Ephantus Njogu has been working for 12 years as a Program Coordinator at WEMIHS under the HAPARK and CHF projects. He has highly contributed to the linkage of WEMIHS and the community to Key stake holders in the county, empowered the community to achieve strong social and economic status. He represents WEMIHS in key county and national forums and supports the Executive Director in the day to day management of the organization and is the staff representative on the board. Prior to his work at WEMIHS he worked for MDM Spain as a project coordinator in primary health care based in Manderaand MSF Belgium as a project coordinator in Expanded Programme of Immunization services (EPI) based in Mandera refugee camp. He also worked for the government of Kenya for 15 years as a district public health nurse.
A career at WEMIHS will enable you to be a changing force in peoples lives through their community based programs. The organization has demonstrated ability to manage effective and innovative programs that have improved the lives of vulnerable community groups most affected by disease and poverty. We are an organization focused on building healthy and empowered communities. Our mission is to improve the quality of life of vulnerable individuals and households by building their capacities to identify and address health and development needs. If we sound like the type of organization that you would like to work for, take a few minutes to explore our website and learn more about WEMIHS and feel free to contact us on possible ways of engaging with us.Join Our Team