Fredrick Ochieng

Fredrick is a seasoned professional with over 10 years of experience in programme leadership and management in the fields of agriculture, climate change, disaster risk reduction, WASH, and health. His key areas of competencies are resource development, fund-raising, donor relations, strategic management, community engagement participatory processes, personnel management, monitoring and evaluation.

Prior to joining Biovision Africa Trust, Fredrick was a Senior Manager with Caritas Switzerland, Kenya Programme. He oversaw successful implementation of flagship projects contributing to remarkable impact among the farming and livestock keeping communities. Earlier, Fredrick also worked for Food for the Hungry, Anglican Development Services and Fellowship of Christian Unions (FOCUS) Kenya. Fredrick made significant contribution during the 2016/2017 documentation of sustainable land management (SLM) best practices in Kenya and Uganda under the World Overview on Conservation Approaches and Technologies (WOCAT) platform.

Fredrick has a Masters Degree in Development Studies (St. Pauls University, Limuru), BSc. in Agriculture (University of Nairobi), and a Postgraduate Certificate (University of Manchester). Fredrick’s greatest passion lies with serving the community and being part of the change processes that lead to social and economic empowerment of communities.