Anastasia Juma Sinawa

Secretary and OLPS Chief Executive Officer

Anastasia is the founder of OLPS. She is an excellent resource and community mobilizer, community strategist good at establishing strategic partnerships and alliances. She brings to the organization over 30 years’ experience in community development having played key roles in developing and implementing relief services for various catholic missions in Lwak, Bondo and Kisumu.

Mrs. Cresentia Ooro

Chairperson – OLPS Kenya Board

Retired banker and a member of the Kenya Association of Bankers. Cresentia brings to the organization a rich experience in banking that has made it possible for the organization to cement a good relationship with various banks as well as developing organization’s financial policy.

Dr. Charles Okal

Vice Chairperson – OLPS Kenya Board

Dr. Okal is a medical doctor with over 30yrs experience as a medical practitioner with the ministry of health. He brings a rich experience in HIV/AIDS treatment, management of opportunistic infections and establishing a functional relationship between OLPS and government agencies in the fight against HIV/AIDs.

Mr. Patrick J. O. Okwaro

Treasurer – OLPS Kenya Board

Patrick is a Judge of the High Court of the Republic of Kenya. He has rich legal experience and is the Board’s technical advisor on legal matters. He, together with other Board members, plays key roles in drafting the organization’s governance documents and policies.

Mrs. Mildred Gimonge


Mrs. Mildred is a passionate women and child rights defender and is currently serving as a Children's Officer with the Department of Children's Services in Kenya. She plays an important role in advising the organization on programs that benefit women and children and ensuring that OLPS's policies are in line with national and international guidelines on best practices related to women and children's services.

Mr. Jared Akech


A retired teacher with over 40 years’ experience in management and organizational skills. Mr. Akech background in education has been handy especially in OLPS’ OVC and Scholarship Programs. He is OLPS’ educational advisor and chairs the OLPS’ Education Scholarship Committee responsible for setting guidelines for scholarship program. He also facilitates OLPS’ networking with various schools and colleges and assists students in carrier guidance and securing college places.

Mr. Paul Kaunda


Mr. Kaunda holds a Bachelor of Education degree and is a senior teacher with Ministry of Education-Kenya. He is a community resource person and a good negotiator. He has been instrumental in generating ideas necessary for effective implementation of OVC programs especially enhancing education of OVC in primary schools.

Management Capacity

OLPS is a nonprofit making organization that has been in existence since 1992 it was registered as a nongovernmental organization in 1999. OLPS has over the years implemented HIV/AIDS programs aimed at preventing, diagnosing, care and treatment as well impact mitigation such as OVC program. These have been achieved through partnership with both local and international partners. In working with these partners OLPS has had opportunity to improve her structures both in technical programmatic areas and in governance. In dealing with both local and international partners OLPS has been entrusted with huge sums of money which the organization has always shown honesty and transparency in handling as is always revealed by annual external audit reports.

OLPS boasts of qualified technical staff in different program areas that it implements including four key staff that include Executive Director who provides overall  leadership to the organization, programs coordinator responsible for project management and implementation, Monitoring and evaluation officer who is responsible for ensuring the objectives are met and standards are adhered to, finance and administration officer who is responsible for ensuring that resources are only used for their intended purposes these alongside other qualified staff like program officers, clinical officers, social workers, nurses, HTC counselors among others.

Besides qualified personnel, OLPS has structures, policies, standard operating procedures (SOPs) that govern actions of personnel in undertaking various activities. Documents such as governance policy, constitution, procurement policy, monitoring and evaluation policy, and employee hand books are often referred to when making decisions.