Priscilla Ngunju is the Project Coordinator for the Kenya Innovative and Sustainable Solutions for Midwives Education and Employment (KISSMEE) project at Amref International University. In her role, Priscilla leads a team of dedicated staff in the initiation and registration of the Tunza Mama Network and ISOMUM institute, the “babies” of the KISSMEE project.
Priscilla holds a Bachelor’s degree in Nursing Sciences and a Master’s degree in Public Health from the University of Nairobi. She is also an alumna of the prestigious Women in Leadership Program from Strathmore Business School.
Priscilla is driven by the results of impactful work, especially among women and children.
Our colleagues at Amref share how the Tunza Mama network improves the socio-economic status of midwives while positively impacting the health indicators of mothers and children in Kenya.
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