Peter Ngure

An accomplished consultant with a demonstrated track record in Global Public Health Advocacy, Reproductive Health and Family Planning advocacy and strategy development; Peter has more than 12 years’ technical capacities with hands on experiences in working with training, capacity building, conducting SRH planning and advocacy, developing investment cases and using the evidence to advocate for increased health financing.

Peter, who currently works as a consultant for the FP/MNCH program at GHV, working with the African team on FP/MNCH landscaping and localization is the Founder of Pathways Policy Institute (PPI) in Laikipia County in Kenya; a CommunityBased Policy think tank that meaningfully engages communities in the Mt. Kenya region to identify, analysis and advocate for change within the fields of Population, Health and Environment (PHE) using a PHC lens. His current achievement has been carrying out the Annual Out of Pocket Expenditure tracking for Women in Reproductive Health to highlight cost incurred by women in accessing FP. The data is key for increased advocacy work women health and push for domestic financing for Reproductive health.

Peter is the Chair of The Kenya RMNCAH Advocacy and Accountability Collaborative (TAAC) and the current co-chair to ICFP 2022 Advocacy subcommittee. He previously served as the chair of the Global FP2030 Transitional Oversight Team (ToG) in 2020/21 and is a 2019 Johns Hopkins University Gates Institute Global Leadership Accelerator Alumni, a 2018 Generation Democracy Fellow, a 2018 Mandela Washington fellow and a 2017 winner of the 120 under 40 New generation of Family planning leaders by Bill and Melinda Gates Institute at Johns Hopkins University. He is also a member of the Africa Health Budget Network.