Mutunga Nzoka is a Public Health specialist with extensive experience in coordination and management of development Programmes; projects. He has under graduate degree in Environmental Health, currently pursuing a Master’s degree in Public Health degree.
Mutunga has over ten years’ experience of work on improving child survival and development.
He has wide experience in development, planning, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of Maternal and Child Health development projects and Programmes with international and local organizations in Kenya, that cover child nutrition, disease prevention and control, hygiene promotion, vector control, immunization among others. Mutunga has provided leadership in advocating child rights, and is a consultant on human rights based approach in development, child rights programming, capacity building of community development organizations and groups, partnerships management, strategic planning, training, advocacy, fundraising & grants writing, monitoring and evaluation and research. He is a member of Association of Public Health Officers in Kenya and he has participated in several community charitable activities.