Qualification: Master of Arts & Master of Public Policy in Policy Analysis
Tutorial Fellow
Department :
Public Policy and administration.
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Skype address: angella.ndaka
Postal Address:P.O. Box 35593 – 00100. Nairobi, Kenya.

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  • Ndaka, Angella K.July 2017:Rethinking the Conflict of Interest Policy in Kenya International Journal for Law, Humanities and Social Sciences(IJLHSS) ISSN (ONLINE):2521-0793; ISSN (PRINT):2521-0785
  • Ndaka, Angella K. Sept 2017:Informal Sector and Taxation in Kenya: Causes & Effects International Journal for Law, Humanities and Social Sciences(IJLHSS ISSN (ONLINE):2521-0793; ISSN (PRINT):2521-0785

Conferences Attended

  • African Women Leadership Symposium – Oxfam International, 2016
  • Voice & Agency: Empowering women and girls for shared prosperity – World Bank/Australian National University, 2014.
  • Championing women for political leadership – UN Women, 2012

Awards & Achievements

  • Negotiated for incentivized approach towards Women and Girls empowerment in Africa by DFAT, Australian government which resulted to a funding allocation for gender empowerment in Africa – 2015
  • Appealed for a fair redress of the issue of gender based violence and inclusion of a clause that protects TSC female employees from being abused in their places of work - 2004
  • Australia Awards for Africans: Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) Australia – 2015
  • Netherlands Fellowship Program - 2012
  • Science Student of the year: Machakos Girls High School – 1994.

Leadership Appointments

  • Australia Awards Alumni Ambassador for Kenya – The High Commission of Australia to Kenya - 2017
  • President – Women in Leadership Network (Kenya), An initiative for African Women by the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade(DFAT), Australian Government – 2016
  • Board of Management Member – Katine Technical Training Institute, 2016
  • Secretary General – Australian National University African Student Association (ANUASA) 2014-2015

Career Interests

  • Policy & Governance - Policy Formulation, electoral processes and democracy, Social Protection, public participation, Macro and Microeconomic policy.
  • Public Policy Analysis - Program Analysis, M&E, Gender analysis, Budget analysis, cost-benefit analysis, market analysis, implementation analysis, Policy Advocacy & social policy Analysis.
  • Policy Research & writing – Policy briefs, Policy reviews, anthropological research.
  • Training & Capacity building - Citizen Participation & Stakeholder Engagement, Training and Providing Policy Advice.
  • Program Design & Management
  • Women and girls’ empowerment – Economic empowerment – fair pay, inheritance, trade & Entrepreneurship.
  • Women & girls’ Social empowerment – GBV, Education & Health participation.
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