Mukiri Elosy is a Social Scientist and Community Development Leader with over 10 years of experience in Project planning, Design and Management; Fundraising and Resource Mobilization, Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning.
Throughout her carrier, she has championed HIV&AIDS Prevention and Treatment interventions, Sexual and Reproductive Health Rights, Gender equality and Social Inclusion, Elimination of Violence against women and girls as well as Economic Empowerment for vulnerable and Marginalized populations in Kenya.
Mukiri has previously implemented donor-funded projects under US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)’s Division for HIV and AIDS (DGHA) – Pact Endeleza and KPIF projects, USAID funded AFYA Pwani project in -Taita Taveta County; Global Fund TB NFM3 in Nyandarua county and the Ministry of Health of the government of Kenya (GOK) -NASCOP.
Mukiri holds a Master’s Degree in Rural Sociology and Community Development and a bachelor’s degree in Education (Arts)
She prides herself in previous participation in clinical trials and implementation sciences that have been utilized to scale up evidence-informed interventions for Key and Priority Populations, among them guidelines for Adolescents and Young people in Kenya; the GBV prevention policy in Kenya, the scale-up of HIV self-test and PrEP others in Kenya among.