John Kitui has provided strategic leadership to Christian Aid's work in Kenya ensuring the country programme and staff contribute to and are supported by the corporate strategy to deliver social and economic change for marginalised women, men, boys and girls in Kenya. Leading, managing, developing and empowering staff to realise potential and deliver results in line with Christian Aid's development aspirations of exposing the scandal of poverty, helping in practical ways to root it out of the world and to challenge and change structures and systems that favour the rich and powerful over the poor and marginalised. He has been providing technical advice and support to teams in across the world working to improve the enjoyment by citizens to the right to health services through health policy, health sector governance, and influencing social norms that create enabling environments for enjoyment of the right to health services by citizens especially by poor and marginalised communities. Led in the development and publication of the corporate community health briefing paper that proposed a transformational conceptual framework for right to health services work across our country programmes. Supported country programmes across Africa with monitoring, evaluation and learning of community health and HIV programmes. I provided technical support in development of M&E frameworks, supported in developing operational research protocols, conducted intervention impact analysis, and supported programs in reflection, learning and adaptation of programs out of emerging lessons. He has coordinated and provided technical support to MSF medical programs in Kenya.