Dr Inyangala

Remembering Dr. Hudson Inyangala, Associate Director, Afya Uzazi

published on Wednesday 11th of November 2020 02:15:45 PM

We are deeply saddened to announce the passing away of Dr. Hudson Inyangala, Associate Director of the Afya Uzazi Nakuru Baringo Program, on November 7 in Eldoret, Kenya.

Dr. Inyangala joined FHI 360 in March of 2020, bringing a distinguished record of service and leadership in public health that spanned over 25 years in the public and nonprofit sectors.

As Associate Director based in the Rift Valley region, he provided technical leadership to Afya Uzazi and coordinated and oversaw program implementation of clinical services in the maternal and child health program in partnership with the leadership of Baringo and Nakuru counties.

Dr. Inyangala was passionate about his work. He will be remembered for his professionalism, calm personality, the insights he brought to strategic discussions, and his pragmatism in guiding the project teams to excel. He was a mentor to his colleagues within FHI 360 and from the county departments of health.

Dr. Hudson Inyangala obtained a Master of Public Health (MPH) degree in Epidemiology and Disease Control) from Moi University, Eldoret, Kenya, and a Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBChB) degree from the University of Nairobi.

He is survived by his wife, Dr. Judith, and children Ian, Marvin, Wayne and Cindy.

May his soul rest in eternal peace.

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