About Us

National Organization of Peer Educators is an NGO in Kenya established in 2000 and received international mandate in 2007. NOPE works to improve the well-being of youth, people in the workplace, and the country's most at-risk populations by providing highly customized sexual reproductive health and social services using innovative peer centered and Social Behaviour Change Communication(SBCC) interventions that foster innovation.

For over 20 years, NOPE has built its portfolio in capacity building to both workplace and civil society organizations in more than 5 provinces of Kenya. It has maintained a good record and partner relations with remarkable program implementation record spanning a whole decade.

Our Motto

Building capacities, Changing Lives

Our Vision

Empowered Communities for sustainable livelihoods.

Our Mission

To optimize access to quality health and social services, by empowering communities and strengthening local organizations.



Dr. Willie Nyambati


Dr. Willie Nyambati is currently the Chairman to the NOPE Advisory Board and the Senior Administration Officer for the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA). Dr. Nyambati also sits in various other Boards including ICROSS, New World International (NWI), Create Africa and Hospital Hill High School.


Mr. Philip Waweru Mbugua


Philip Waweru Mbugua is currently the NOPE Executive Director and secretary to the Advisory Board. Mr. Mbugua is the founder of NOPE and brings to the board over 12 years of experience with HIV/AIDS and reproductive health programs, particularly in the area of Behavior Change Communication (BCC).


George Odondi



Mr. Joseph Okeyo


Mr. Joseph Okeyo, is the Human Resources Manager as well as the Workplace wellness Program Coordinator at Bamburi Cement Ltd. He is a qualified trainer of trainers and a firm believer in the services the NOPE International institute provides.


Mike Naholi Muchilwa


Mike Naholi Muchilwa, is a Fundraising Strategist with extensive experience in Resource Mobilization, Strategic and Business Planning, Social Enterprises, Governance and organization Development.


Grace Wanene


Grace Wanene is a youth mentor, menstrual health and hygiene advocate. Passionate about transformative community change and meaningful youth engagement on matters menstrual health management, life skills empowerment and sustainable livelihoods amongst marginalized communities. A promoter of social justice.


Dr. John Ejakait Adungosi


Dr. John Ejakait Adungosi is a medical doctor with extensive experience in public sector health service delivery management and program coordination at district, provincial and national levels He is a public health specialist in infectious disease control and consultant in health systems strengthening.