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Rosalyn Wamuyu

Grants Officer, H3Africa, The African Academy of Sciences


Rosalyn Wamuyu is the Grants Officer supporting the Human Hereditary and Health in Africa (H3Africa) programme at  The African Academy of Sciences (H3Africa). She is responsible for managing the pre-award processes, supporting awardees, documentation, monitoring and grants reporting for the H3Africa programme.

Prior to joining The AAS, she was a Grants Assistant at Hivos Foundation where she supported the grants and contracting processes, reporting, and supported grantees across Africa and Asia for the Making All Voices Programme. She also has private sector experience running retail projects and monitoring CSR projects. Wamuyu is a certified Project Management Professional and holds a Master of Arts from the University of Nairobi.

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Rosalyn Wamuyu

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