Country Representative

PSI South Sudan

Nelson B. Ojanji Joined PSI in April, 2020 after a rich total 8.5 years career with Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric Aids Foundation (EGPAF) as Director of program operations –Kenya Program , Director of Program Operations and as interim Country Director –Tanzania Program and 6 months as interim country Director –Zambia.

Nelson brings on board 16 years of hands on experience with USAID, DFID, CDC, OTI and Global Fund programming with tested and proven cross cutting program operational excellence navigation in the international programming space within East and Southern Africa. Have worked in Kenya, Tanzania, Sudan, South Sudan/Somalia, Zambia, and Namibia and further supported other countries in the region.

Nelson holds an MBA from University of Nairobi and is a Certified Project Management Professional-PMP, Chartered Accountant of England and Wales (CA), CPA Kenya, Chartered professional of procurement and supply –MCIPS UK, HRMP and PMDPro level 2.


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Our 2021 Impact

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