Daniel Mathews Were
Daniel Were is a zealous team player and brings experience of working in various sectors in advocacy, sensitization and awareness. He plays a significant and central role of developing and implementing communications strategies. At Impact Africa, he provides programme support for various Initiatives where he is involved in research, concept development and proposal writing.
Mr. Were holds a BA in Sociology from the University of Liverpool and has undertaken training on Civic Education, Citizen Participation and Social Accountability at Uraia Trust. He has previously worked in peace building and conflict management programmes with a bias to women’s economic empowerment; women’s leadership and governance; mentorship and education for girls and sexual reproductive health (sexual gender based violence).