Ms.Florence Syevuo is a renowned Civil Society Coalition Builder, Coordinator and Campaigner to ending poverty and inequalities in all its forms leaving no one behind. Florence worked initially as a coordinator and youth champion for Millennium Development Goals since 2006 jointly with the then Ministry of Devolution and Planning-MDGs Unit, United Nations Millennium Campaign as a convener of civil society organizations under the Global Call to Action Against Poverty (GCAP). Following a vast coalition building experience Ms. Syevuo was appointed as the Country Coordinator of The SDGs Kenya Forum in 2016 to championing a harmonized approach to implementing the 2030 Agenda in Kenya by fostering partnership and ownership among all stakeholders.
Ms. Syevuo has been instrumental in numerous policy advocacy & change processes, generated research papers and key reports, and coordination of mass citizen mobilization for action events including Stand Up & Speak Out Campaign and Action 2015. Ms. Syevuo together with colleagues have specialized as co conveners facilitating civil Society organizations joint action and engagement with government executive, legislature, judiciary arms and technical ministries, private sector, academia and media to accelerate progress and to facilitate the implementation of the 2030 Agenda for sustainable development in Kenya.
• Kenya Interagency Technical SDGs Group/Committee Co-Chair- Chaired by National Treasury and State Planning &Co- Chair Kenya Private Sector Alliance (KEPSA) http://planning.go.ke/
• Co-Chair , Global South-Transparency Accountability &Participation (TAP) 2019 http://tapnetwork2030.org/
• Kenya Interagency Committee member on Gender Statistics Making Every Woman and Girl Count- Lead by Kenya National Bureau of Statistics and UN Women https://www.genderinkenya.org/ungendernews/making-every-woman-and-girl-count-kenya-to-implement-un-womens-global-programme-on-gender-statistics/
• Africa Board Member-Civic Commission for Africa on TICAD Process https://www.facebook.com/CCFAf/
• Uwezo Kenya National Advisory Committee Member, TWAWEZA East Africa www.twaweza.org
• Advisory Committee Member-Deliver for Good Kenya Campaign https://womendeliver.org/deliver-for-good-kenya-campaign/
Rose Oluoch hold a Ph.D. degree in Curriculum Development from Virginia Polytechnic and State University, USA; an MA degree in International Education, from Stockholm University, Sweden; and a BA degree in Sociology from Shivaji University, Kolhapur, India. I also hold a Diploma in International Development; a Post Graduate Diploma in Public Policy, and several certificates in Peace building and conflict Resolution, Project planning, Monitoring and Evaluation, & Human Rights. Dr. Oluoch has over 15 years in policy analysis, capacity building, advocacy and lobbying including intergovernmental negotiations. Dr. Oluoch is a founding member of the SDG's Kenya Forum, and has been involved since the forum's inception and launch. She currently works as the Program Manager and Governance and Partnerships coordinator for Forum, a role that involves developing new partnerships and fundraising for the Forum’s activities.
Dr. Oluoch has extensive experience of working with civil society, government, academic Institutions, and multilateral organizations. Previously whilst working with World Wild Fund -Africa she participated in High level policy engagements at the United Nations, Africa Union, East Africa Community, and the UN Economic Commission for Africa (among others), whereby she was involved in lobbying and influencing for SDG’s. She is also a core team member of the Africa Working Group which is supporting the implementation of SDG’s and Agenda 2063 across Africa.
Mark has extensive experience heading end-to-end digital implementations for bilateral and multilateral development agencies, government ministries, and private foundations. With a decade of experience predominantly in East and Southern Africa, Mark has implemented and managed large-scale M&E platforms; assessed scalable technical tools; and designed comprehensive data models and enterprise software tools to visualize and manage data. Having worked with both government ministries and international organizations, he excels at forging connections between multiple actors and delivering results.
Among others, some of his work includes leading the Tanzania Sectoral Performance (water, health, education) Dashboards implementation by the World Bank; managing USAID/Somalia’s M&E information management system; conducting assessments of innovative digital tools for UNICEF. He has also undertaken extensive work in understanding the Open Contracting Landscape in West and East Africa.