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Hon. Ogaga Judith Atieno - Chair ECD, Adult Education and Training

Title:   MCA
Role:   Chair ECD, Adult Education and Training
Committees:  
  1. ECD, Adult Education and Training
  2. Budget Appropriation
  3. Liason
  4. Co-operative ,Finance,Trade and Enterprise
  5. Committee on Ward Development Fund
  6. House Business Committee
  7. General Oversight Committee
Constituency:   Kisumu Central
Ward:   Central Kisumu
Type:   Elected
Status:   Current

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Hon. Ogaga Judith Atieno is the Member of the County Assembly of Central Kisumu Ward. She is the Chair ECD, Adult Education and Training and a Member of the Budget Appropriation and Liason Committees.

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Judith Atieno Ogaga

  1. O. Box 204, KISUMU.

Mobile No.0722 984 856

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OBJECTIVE:

To contribute towards the attainment of organizations goals and objectives by providing timely outputs through team work.

 

 

 

PERSONAL INFORMATION:

 

DATE OF BIRTH:                                 31 January 1975

CITIZENSHIP:                                      Kenyan.

MARITAL STATUS:                             Married.

OFFICIAL ADDRESS:                          P. O. Box 204, KISUMU

ADDRESS OF NEXT OF KIN:               P. O Box 575, KISUMU.

 

 

 

EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND:

 

                      Since 2006:    Maseno University.

                                                         Masters in Project Planning and Management.

 

  Dec 1994- March 1998:   Maseno University.

                                                     Bachelor of Education (Arts).Geography/Economics

                        

 

                   Jan 1989- Nov 1992:  Moi Forces Academy, Lanet,

                                                     KCSE. Mean Grade C+

                                                 

 

PROFESSIONAL AND OTHER COURSES:

 

 

 

  • Certificate in Human Rights Based Approach to Development       

Programming-June 2015       

  • Planning Monitoring and Evaluation – June 2013
  • Proposal writing – 2013
  • Performance Management System – 2012
  • Organization Leadership and Governance – 2012
  • Basic guidance and counseling skills training on HIV and Child rights – 2011
  • Computer Proficiency ; Ms Word, Ms Excel, Ms Access, Email, Ms Power Point
  • Driving

WORKING EXPERIENCE

KISUMU COUNTY ASSEMBLY:                       

               

AUGUST 2017 TO DATE:

Employer: Kisumu County Assembly

Job Title:   Member of County Assembly

   Station:  Kisumu.

  1. O. Box 3971, KISUMU.

 

             Duties:

  • Representation
  • Legislation
  • Oversight

 

 

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SOS Children’s Village Kisumu:

 

DEC 2009 TO 2016:

 

 

Employer: SOS Children’s Village Kenya

Job Title:   Program Manager

   Station:  Kisumu.

  1. O. Box 204, KISUMU.

 

             Duties:

  • Responsible for the Overall Management / running of the SOS Social Centre and Medical Center.
  • Resource mobilisation
  • Community mobilization and networking with local leaders and community groups including women and youth.
  • Capacity development and training groups on business management and entrepreneurship (38 GSLs and 2646 households).
  • Facilitation of training of 38 GSLs and linkages to government social grants.
  • Coordinating the identification of alternative IGAs to GSL groups.
  • Facilitation of group formation and its development.
  • Facilitation of data collection and analyses of GSL activities for impact evaluation.
  • Facilitation of planning, implementation and monitoring of project activities.
  • Exemplary skills in report writing that is monthly, bi annually and financial reports.
  • Monitors and Evaluates the Program.
  • Coordinates communication between the National Office and the FS program
  • Holding stakeholders’ meetings
  • Guides the Educational Development of Children & youth while acting as their role model.
  • Ensures that Financial Resources are used effectively.
  • Facilitates Open Communication within the Family Care Centre.
  • Holds mid reviews and annual performance appraisals with all staff to assess their performance and identify areas for development.
  • Develops Good Relations with Sponsors and the Community.
  • In charge of 12 workers
  • In charge of Youth Empowerment Program.
  • Data Protection

 

 

NOV 2007 TO 2009

 

 

COMPASSION INTERNATIONAL:

          

Employer: Compassion International, Kenya,

Job title:  Program Director/Accountant

 Station: Siaya

  1. O. Box 1914, KISUMU

 

        

 Duties:

 

  • General office administration and management of activities in the project.
  • Supervision of 11 temporary and 2 permanent  staff to achieve full potential and meet set targets and desired impact
  • In charge of questionnaire development and management for project research and baseline survey.
  • Keeping financial records, involved in budget and strategic plan
  • Write reports on monthly basis
  • In charge of office petty-cash
  • Responsible for stock taking after every six months and maintains an up to date inventory for the organization
  • In charge of making payments against services received
  • Responsible for placing orders for goods and services required.
  • Coordinate and arrange for meetings and workshops within the projects.
  • Responsible for processing the payroll and final disbursement of salaries to employees.
  • Provision of L
  • Logistics during workshops and seminars
  • Monitoring and evaluation of project programs
  • Keeping constant correspondence with the donors

 

JULY 2001 TO JAN 2007:

 

 

COMPASSION INTERNATIONAL

 

Employer: Compassion International, Kenya

Job title:  Social Worker, Project Accountant

Station:  Maseno

P.O Box 220 Maseno

 

Duties;

 

  • Keeping financial records, involved in budget and strategic plan
  • Write reports on monthly basis
  • Organizes for stock taking after every six months and maintains an up to date inventory for the organization.
  • In charge of office petty-cash
  • Responsible for making payments against services received
  • Responsible for placing orders for goods and services required.
  • Coordinate and arrange for meetings and workshops within the projects.
  • Responsible for processing the payroll and final disbursement of salaries to employees.
  • In charge of sponsor and donor ministry issues at the project

                                           

1998:

 

 

   Employer:   BOG

 Job title:  Teacher Trainee

  Station:  Sidindi Secondary School,

  1. O. Box 173, Sidindi.

        

Duties;

 

Teaching Economics and Geography

 

1997:

                               

Employer:  Kasamani and Company Advocate Kisumu,

       Job title:  Clerical Officer

       Station: Kisumu

 

       Duties: -

  • Typing all correspondence
  • Filing of all documents and other clerical duties as assigned by the Advocate.

 

                                       

 

 

 

 

INTERESTS AND HOBBIES:

 

  • Exchanging ideas and traveling
  • Playing with children

 

 

 

 

REFEREES:

 

                                   1 Mr. Joseph Otieno Kajwang’

Deputy National Director

SOS Children’s Villages Kenya

P.O. Box 40653 - 00100

Nairobi.

Tel: 0727 349 810

 

                             2 Dr. George Mark Onyango

Deputy Vice Chancellor

Maseno University

Private Bag, Maseno

Tel. 0722610210

 

 

  1. Dr. George Wagah

Department of Regional and Urban Planning

Maseno University

Private Bag, Maseno.

Tel. 0733927105

 

About Us

The County Assembly of Kisumu has 49 representatives, 35 elected from the County Assembly Wards and 14 nominated members.

The Kisumu County Assembly is established as in Article 176 of the Constitution establishes the County Assembly which shall consist of members elected by the registered voters of the wards.

 

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