Phillip Kakande, Impact and Learning Manager
“Health equity means that no one gets left behind when it comes to getting a fair and just opportunity to be as healthy as possible in order to achieve their dreams.”
Prior to joining GHC, Philip worked in partnership with UNFPA and the Government of Kiribati to develop a results-based capacity training that was presented to the UN Office in the Pacific during a workshop on the Cairns Compact on Aid Effectiveness. It was taken up by the Public Service Ministry in Kiribati and used to develop a fully fledged accredited program in Results-Based Management for Civil Service Workers. Phillip is a monitoring, evaluation, and learning expert who has an immense skill set in impact design, data collection, analysis and reporting. He has worked on several international development programs and partnerships related to food security, nutrition, and public health in Uganda, Kenya, Rwanda, Tanzania, Mozambique, Liberia, Sierra Leone, Fiji, and the Republic of Kiribati. Phillip is passionate about working in the “Results Kitchen” and is hungry for new life lessons on a daily basis! Phillip loves soul music, cycling, and football. He is married and has two beautiful children with his wife, Mrs. Gloria Namande Kakande.
Fun Fact: Philip’s “guilty” pleasure is a long ride on his bicycle. In between joy rides, he loves watching his favorite movie, The Mask. It reminds him to laugh and to always be yourself!