Morrish Humphrey Ojok
Morrish Ojok has 15 years of experience in development and humanitarian work across various positions and organizations, including the Norwegian Refugee Council, the VSO family, American Refugee Committee International, and National NGOs. He has managed offices and programmes in different countries within Asia and Africa, in fragile and conflict-affected environments and post-war/ development settings. Holder of PgDPPM from Uganda Management Institute, Kampala, MPH degree from the Nexus International University in Uganda, GeMBA from United States International University Africa and currently, a Ph.D. student Project Management at the LIGS University, USA. Since 2010, Morrish has engaged in programmatic, monitoring, evaluation, and learning work related to strengthening leadership, management and governance of the health systems including strategic information, and M&E. Morrish is currently working as Country Representative, Amref Health Africa in South Sudan. Main areas of interest: Health systems leadership and governance, community health solutions, strategic information, monitoring and evaluation strengthening, fragile health systems and population health, healthcare project management, decision making in fragile health systems, role and future of community health workers and digital-health.