Hyline,is an experienced deputy principal of secondary school who has worked in a variety of policy and leadership roles.Currently, a chairperson of the Kisii county deputies' welfare.
I have been a member of the KHA and an elected executive board member since Dec,2018 serving as a parent representative of the western chapter.Together with other officials, I am championing for advocacy and awareness of haemophilia issues within our chapter and nationally.
I feel that my experience and background within the education sector would support good governance processes and procedures in the operation of KHA.
I have collaborated with other executive members in designing strategic operation plan that will directly increase the effectiveness and operations of the association.
Sylvia is a trained Human Resources practitioner, has a son with severe haemophilia. She is involved in many activities including: volunteerism, fund raising, policy advocacy as well as community education. Her dream and desire is to see haemophilia as well as other bleeding disorders given the same standard of care as we see in many nations in the western world.
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David is a father to four, three girls and one boy who has Haemophila A (severe). He has a certificate in mechanical engineering (plant option), he is currently working with The West Kenya Sugar Company as a mechanical engineering technician. He was elected on 28/11/2018 as the Western chapter co-ordinator to represent western region. The region covers fourteen counties where haemophiliacs and their families reside. His dream is to see Kenya Haemophilia Association close the gap to access to care by training more medical personnel as well as, having the same level of care as many western nations have.
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BEN MAOGA MOSONGO
Is a father of two and married. By profession an electronic mechanical engineer and worked for James Finlays as a mechanical engineer before suffering a work related injury that has seen him undergo treatment at Indiana University Hospital. He was diagnosed with Haemophilia A in 1993 and due to the challenges I saw my family encounter, prior to and even after diagnosis, he chose to be a patient representative for the Kenya Haemophilia Association in November, 2018.
Ben is currently doing a leadership training program with Adult Fellowship For Intergrating Responsible Mentors (AFFIRM) this is an 18 month program and he hopes to impart what he is learning to the haemophilia youth as they are the voice and change of tomorrow.