East Africa Representative

James Kimani

James Kimani

James Kimani

James represents Book Aid International in Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda where he manages and develops our programmes and builds relationships with funders, partners and other organisations in the region.

After completing a B Ed in Library Sciences and an MPhil in Information Sciences at Moi University in Kenya, James has worked for the past 15 years in education, health and development with a focus on communication, information and knowledge management with government departments, NGOs and community based organisations in 13 African countries. From 2006-2010 he was Programme Manager for Africa for Healthlink Worldwide and has worked as a consultant for a range of organisations including UNAIDS, Electronic Information for Libraries (EIFL) and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. James has been closely involved with the development and training of the health sections in libraries project in Kenya with Book Aid International and the Kenya National Library Service.

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