Peter Ngure

Policy and Advocacy Team Lead, Pathways Policy Institute (PPI)

Peter works with with various non-governmental organizations and East African communities to build their capacity to develop and use scorecards as tools to advocate for better health policies and increase budgets.

Peter is dynamic team leader with a demonstrated track record in governance and health systems strengthening. He is a 2019 Johns Hopkins Gates Institute Global Health Leadership Accelerator alumnus; 2017 winner of the 120 Under 40: The New Generation of Family Planning Leaders award; and a U.S. Department of State 2018 Mandela Washington Fellow. Peter has more than 12 years of constitutional/governance and advocacy experience both at the national and county levels. Over the last five years, Peter has worked worked with rural and urban counties in Kenya as an advocate for domestic resourcing for health and Universal Health Coverage, helping to develop their health strategies, costed implementation plans, and monitoring tools for the plans.

Peter currently works with Pathways Policy Institute as the advocacy lead where he has developed a scorecard highlighting health workers’ commitment to providing excellent service to youth and is currently working with hospital and community leadership to develop the County Referral Hospitals scorecards. With experience in the field of social advocacy, policy scorecard development and analysis, and a 2019 120 Under 40 Ingenuity Fund winner established the I Know One (IKO) FPAwards, he has been a key contributor to the development of five counties’ health bills and supportive health sector policies at the national and county levels as well as their monitoring plans for efficiency and effectiveness.