BENEDICT OMILLO
PROJECT OFFICER
BENEDICT OMILLO

PROJECT OFFICER

Benedict Omillo is a Project Officer working under the CSO Effectiveness and the Pan African State Accountability Projects. He Holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Armed Conflict and Peace Studies/ Political Science and Public Administration from the University of Nairobi.
Benedict has extensive experience in Youth and Children’s Rights. He has accumulated detailed knowledge in project management, planning, implementation, and monitoring & evaluation. Prior to joining EACHRights, He worked with Africa Youth Trust (AYT) as a Project Officer in their Democracy and Regional Affairs Programme, where he also coordinated the East African Youth Network (EAYN). He has also worked at the East African Civil Society Organizations’ Forum (EACSOF) – Kenya Chapter as the Programmes Assistant – Youth Programmes, Partnerships and Networking.
Benedict brings to the organization key skills in partnerships and networking, project management, advocacy, governance, Monitoring & Evaluation and policy reform advocacy.
He can be reached at benedict@eacrn.net

FRACIAH KAGU
PROJECT OFFICER
FRACIAH KAGU

PROJECT OFFICER

Fraciah Kagu is a project Officer under the Strengthening Child Rights Governance project. She holds a bachelor of laws degree from the University of Nairobi and is an Advocate of the High Court of Kenya having been admitted to the bar in 2014.
She has a heart for children and is passionate about child protection and child rights. She has over five years’ experience in child protection through litigation, capacity building of duty bearers and the community and strategic litigation. Prior to joining the EACHRights, she worked at The CRADLE the Children Foundation as a Legal Officer under the Access to Justice Program where she was tasked with the overall running of the Malindi office, CLEAR Trust Kenya and Training and Consulting Associates.
Fraciah brings to the organisation extensive knowledge in litigation, project implementation, child rights monitoring, advocacy, capacity and partnership building.
She can be reached at fraciah@eacrn.net