Christina is an education specialist with strong track record in systems implementation in sub-Saharan Africa. She has worked in the Sudans since 2005, primarily in the Education sector, but also in Health. For the last year she has been coordinating work on the successful Public Financial Management Stream of the Health Pooled Fund, which has included support to MoH-GRSS to improve health workers’ pay and implement a health worker HRIS.
Before that she led the Knowledge, Evidence and Research output of the Girls’ Education South Sudan project, leading on the coordination, design and implementation of baseline research including five national scale studies.
Christina joined us in January 2014. Before that, she worked as Donor Relations Manager for Yei Teacher Training College in South Sudan.A trained teacher, Christina has undertaken numerous teaching roles worldwide, including in South Sudan, Sudan, Kenya, Japan and the UK, often working with vulnerable and hard-to-reach groups.
Christina holds an M.Res in Human Rights and International Politics from Glasgow University, as well as a BA (Hons) in Mathematics, and a Postgraduate Certificate of Education (PGCE).