He holds a Master’s degree in Medical Sociology, a post graduate diploma in Gender and Development, and is finalizing a Master of Science degree in Health Economics and Policy at the University of Nairobi.  Samuel has 20 years’ work experience in both National and International Civil Society Organizations (CSO) namely, AMREF, HelpAge International, Medical Assistance Program (MAP International), Africa Platform for Social Protection (APSP) and Aidspan (an international technical agency for resource tracking on Health, specifically the Global Fund).

He has worked with governments in Eastern and Southern Africa, managing complex integrated development programs focusing on policy, research, and advocacy.