Manasseh Juma Wepundi brings a wealth of expertise amassed over a decade of hands-on involvement in research, research methodology, and monitoring & evaluation. His diverse experience encompasses training in child protection, conducting conflict transformation research, and facilitating peacebuilding training. In his capacity as a senior research consultant, Manasseh has honed his skills in the advanced net map analysis method for stakeholder mapping, demonstrated proficiency in Statistical Package for Social Scientists (SPSS), and excelled as a trainer of trainers. His notable strengths include critical thinking, meticulous attention to detail, and exceptional writing skills, evident in his published journals.
Known for his affable demeanour and a consistent record of delivering outstanding results, Manasseh has served as a consultant for prominent entities such as UNDP projects, Africa Policy Institute, and Small Arms & Conflict Security Research and Information Centre.
Holding a bachelor’s degree in Public Administration from Moi University, Eldoret, and a Master’s degree in International Studies from the University of Nairobi, Manasseh's professional footprint extends across various countries in the region, including Kenya, Uganda, and Sudan.Actively contributing to the field, he serves as a member of the Advisory Council and Kenya Action Network on Small Arms (KANSA).