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Nairobi, Nairobi, Kenya
November 16, 2018

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Mobile Number: +254***-******

Sex: Male

Marital Status: Married

Nationality: Kenyan

County: Nairobi

Date of Birth: April, 28th, 1979

Academic Qualifications

****-**** : Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) -(Economics)-Natural Resources Economics

& Economics of Education - Kenyatta University

2006-2008 : Masters of Arts (Economics) – Health Economics and Econometrics

University of Nairobi

1999–2003: Bachelor of Education (Arts) – Mathematics and Economics - Moi University

2008-2008 Post –Graduate Diploma - Project Management – Kenya Institute of Management

Professional Qualifications

2016 : Demographic and Epidemiological Estimation Using Spectrum, Avenir Health Inc.

2014 : Quality Management Systems, Internal Quality Audit, Kenya Bureau of standards

2011 : Balanced Score Card, Eastern and Southern Africa Management Institute

2010 : Health Economics and Health Strengthening course: University of Nairobi &Health Systems 2020

2010 : The Global Development Agenda: tools for gender-sensitive planning and Implementation, ILO

2009: : Civil Society and the State in Africa, York University

2004 : Environmental Journalism and Communication, Daystar University

Summary of Work Experience

Date of Appointment

Position Held



May 2016 to Date

Programme Officer – HIV Investments and Public Private Partnerships

National AIDS Control Council (NACC)

September 2015 – April 2016

Project Manager – Climate Change and Health

Population Services Kenya

July 2014 – August 2015

Economic Advisor –WASH and Renewable Energy

SNV-Netherlands Development Organization

January 2010 – June 2014

Economist/Strategic Planner

Kenya National Examinations Council (KNEC)

June 2008 –February 2009


The Institute of Social Accountability (TISA)

August 2003 – December 2005

Intern - OVC Programme

Inter-Religious Council of Kenya

June 2006 – December 2014

Researcher Consultant

WHO, WB, CRS, NACC, Population Council, National Treasury, Ministry of Foreign Affairs


National AIDS Control Council (NACC)

The NACC HIV Investment is Mandated to Advice on the HIV Financing Road Map for Kenya in line with the Kenya AIDS Strategic Framework

Programme Officer – HIV Investments and Public Private Partnerships (Since May 2016). Reports to the Deputy Director - HIV Investments, Supervises A team of support Consultants

Notable Achievements

Developed and Planned for blueprint for Domestic Resource Mobilization for UHC Financing presented and adopted at the National Health Financing Dialogue on 16th October 2018

Coordinate the HIV and KASF Financing Committee for UHC ( with National and International Partners)

Modelled HIV and Health Investments and Financing Business case for Kenya including alternative resource mobilization models in line with UHC and UN SDG Gola-Leave no one Behind

Guide Resource Mobilization modelling for HIV and Health in line with Universal Healtjh Coverage (UHC)

Collaborates programmes Financed from the National Treasury, Global Fund, PEPFAR, UNAIDS, USAID, Bill & Melinda Gates among others

Modelled Public Expenditure Tracking (PETS) and Costing for HIV and Health in Kenya

Establishment for Financing Alternatives for HIV and UHC in Kenya, including National and County Government MTEF Process; Public Private Partnerhsips (PPP) in Health and HIV, Social Impact Bonds(SIBs) and Infrastructure Projects Resources for HIV response

Modelling Return on Investments (ROI) and Efficiency in for HIV and Health from Econometric Approach

Member of the National Estimates Reference Group working on HIV/Health Modeling on Estimations on trends and impacts using different tools including SPECTRUM, GOALS, ONE HEALTH, and DREAMS among others

Course Developer: University of Nairobi, Institute of Tropical and Infectious Diseases (UNITID), HIV capacity Building Fellowship, Advisor in the Health Economics Course/Module (Health Care Financing and Efficiency)

Acting Divisional Head, HIV Investments and PPP

Population Services Kenya – Project Manager, Climate Change and Health

This project Funded by DFID was in the Business Incubation Department targeting the Tunza Clinic Franchise, towards Energy Efficiency and Increased Facility Profitability

Notable Achievements

Business-Financing agent Modelling for climate change (Solar systems)integration in Health service delivery

Developed Health care Waste management Model framework from the private sector approach using the Theory of Change and Making Markets Work for the Poor (M4P) Approaches

Managed a Revolving fund for climate change adoption under the DFID programming

Manage a team of 4 Field officers and a support staff that collaborated with other departments

Provided leadership and oversight in project development and implementation, including financial accounting

Resource Mobilization and development of concept and proposals for resource mobilization (A proposal of cook-stoves went was funded for implementation with Practical Action)

SNV Netherlands Development Organization – Economic Advisor-WASH; Project Advisor-Renewable

Energy (Biogas)-Theory of Change and M4P Approach

Notable Achievements

Developed 6 Public Private Partnerships (PPPs) concept notes and proposals (2 of them have received financial support from Local Banks/private investors –MEWASCO& Kakamega-Busia Water Company: Muranga Water and Sanitation Company (MUWASS) has been listed in the National Priority List for PPP funding

Facilitated Public Private community Partnerships (PPcPs) under Rapid Result Initiative implementation in 7 rural water projects (All operational under the Lake Victoria South and North Water Services Board).

Developed and Implemented Equipment Leasing Framework in the Water Sector incorporating SNV, Kenya Commercial Bank (KCB) Foundation and Doshi Limited for supply of 1,370 water meters to 6 water projects.

Supported in development of county water strategic plans for 10 counties with emphasis on PPP adoption

Undertaken an impact assessment for private investors in the 7 PPcPs (report ready on request)

Development business and investment plans for project sustainability in the 6 PPcPs

Managed a team of 6 staff in adoption of PPP in the water sector under the Rapid Result Initiative Framework

Development of project need and feasibility assessment to achieve the targeted outputs for the 6 projects

Project Advisor-Renewable Energy: Development of a Quality Plant Incentive (QPI) for customer adoption In liaison with the Customer Service Centre (CSC) and Biogas Grading System (BGS);Development of a Credit Sanctioning Initiative (CSI) linking customers to financial organization; and Building models for Biogas Fund development and operationalization framework

Kenya National Examinations Council(KNEC) – Economist/Planner &Chair, Gender Commitee

Notable Achievements

Institutionalization and automation of the Balanced Scorecard in the KNEC, Achieved 90% Strategic Plan Implementation, as well as PC, Work plan and Calendar of Activities are achieved 100%

Data Management and Candidature Projection for 2014-2022

Guidance in Policy development for all processes in KNEC

Ensured implementation of Gender Policy at work place, Elimination of GBV as well as gender equity in KNEC.

Consultancy Undertaken

December 2015 to December 2017: Transparency International-Kenya; Public Expenditure Tracking for Education and Health Sector in Embakasi Sub-County, Nairobi

July 2015 – July 2016: Centre for Urban and Rural Planning: Social Economic and Cost Analysis for Siaya and Lamu Counties undertaking Urban Planning

2010 – December 2014: Centre for Economic and Social Research-Consultant helped finalized the following studies

i.World Health Organization Project on Costing the Cervical Cancer Prevention and Control (C4P)

ii.Situational Analysis and Feasibility Study of Options for Harmonization of Social Health Protection Systems towards Universal Health Coverage in the East African Community States

iii.Improving Health Outcomes and Services for Kenyans: Sustainable Institutions and Financing for Universal Health Coverage: Kenya Health Policy Forum (paper presentation)

iv.World Bank report on Health Sector Efficiency in Kenya: Implications for Fiscal Space

v.Clarion Kenya (2013): Review of the Community Health Strategy-taking the Kenya Essential Package for Health to Community: A Strategy to Delivery of Level one Services

January –Sept 2013:); Kenya Informal Settlement Improvement Programme (KISIP) – Urban Economist: Baseline survey for the Kenya Informal Settlement Improvement Programme (KISIP) programme (World Bank, SIDA and AFD Funded Project) with IPEA Global and Silver Wind Consultants Limited

February -April 2013: The National Treasury under Compton Limited -Lead Consultant and Policy Analyst/Statistician: Procurement of Consultancy services to inform on regulation and policy intervention to guide Firms and stakeholders in the clearing and forwarding industry in Kenya.

August –December 2011: Consumer Options Limited - Business Advisor /Data Analyst - “Market segmentation and Economic Potential of Kenya Power based on a Willingness-to-Pay (WTP) Model

2009: KANCO and World Bank - Data Analyst - Donor Funding Flows in Kenya

2009: Population Council -Integrating Counseling and Testing for HIV within FP and PNC setting linkages to ART, STI and TB services within the CCC

2009: Kenya National Bureau of Statistics(KNBS) and House of training (HOT Kenya Limited: - District Census Monitoring Officer-DCMO (Makueni District) - 2009 Kenya Housing and Population Census

2009: Medical Services for Health/Ministry for Medical Services; -Team Member/Lead Data-Tracking of Pharmaceutical’s Leakage and Wastage in Public Health Facilities

2009: AIDS Relief/Catholic Relief Services(CRS)-Team Leader: Costing Survey for Performance Based Funding on HIV/AIDS

2009: Kenya Institute of Public Policy Research and Analysis(KIPPRA) contracted by Ministry of Energy and Energy Regulatory Commission(ERC):-Data entry and analyst- National Energy Survey to track the Expenditures on energy products by both providers and Consumers in Kenya

2009: National AIDS Control Council(NACC) and UNAIDS-Team member /Data Analyst in a (Kenya National AIDS Spending Assessment Survey-KNASA)

2009: Ministry of Foreign Affairs - Facilitator to develop the AIDS Control Unit (ACU) Strategic

2008: Medical Services for Health (MSH) and Ministry of Medical Services (MOMS)- Team Member and Researcher -Survey on Medical leakages and Prices

Research Works undertaken/Supervised

Supervised Assignment on the : Actuarial Analysis on the integration of HIV Treatment into NHIF, Awarded by Kenbright Insurance (2017)

Supervised Assignment on the: Assessment of HIV Resource Budget size and application/utilization within infrastructure projects in Kenya(2017)

Economic Evaluation of Community Water Supply in Western and Nyanza Provinces under the Public Private Community Partnerships (2015)

Impact Analysis on Public Private Partnership and Household Welfare Change in the Water Sector,A case of Community Water Projects in Lake Region of Kenya; By Stephen Mutuku

Cost of HIV Care Services in Kenya’s Private Sector; An Alternative from Public Provided "free" HIV Care Services; Accepted Abstract to the Adherence Conference, 2017

Dr. Peterson Muriithi and Stephen Mutuku (2009): Integrating C &T for HIV within FP and PNC Settings and Linkages to ART, STI and TB Services Within Comprehensive Care Centres, Population Council

Media Coverage and its Impact on the Security of Examinations and Quality Assessment (A Case Study of the Kenya National Examinations Council) by Frida Were and Mutinda Mutuku; presented in the AEAA Conference, August 2013-Arusha, Tanzania

L.Mary Mbithi and Mutinda Mutuku (2010), “Social Protection Status in Developing Countries, the Case of Kenya” Draft paper for ERD Regional Conference on Promoting Resilience through Social Protection in Sub-Saharan Africa, June 2010.

Mutinda Mutuku (2008), “Technical Efficiency of the Nairobi City Council Health Facilities” University of Nairobi. (Masters Project)

A report on the Impact assessment of the ILO-FKE Women Entrepreneurship Development and Gender Equality (WEDGE) programme under FISCO consultants

Hobbies and Community Support Activities

Hobbies : Traveling, Expeditions and Community service

Reading and writing

Logic debate (jokes)

Community Support Activities

Dec 2007 – to date: Patron, Get-Together YOUTH educational Group(G-YEG)

2016-To date: Chair, Board of Management-Embui Secondary School, Masii-Machakos


Dr. Urbanus M. Kioko Dr. Julius Korir

Senior Lecturer, University of Nairobi Senior Lecturer, Kenyatta University

P.O Box 30197: Tel: +254-***-******


TEL: 254-***-***-***

Ms. Regina Ombam ; Deputy Director-HIV Investments

National AIDS Control Council

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