Wohoro Ndohho has over eight years of experience in the public sector, and has worked for the last five years in public finance management, including senior management roles within the State government Treasury of New South Wales, Australia and as a manager in the Australian Bureau of Statistics, federal government of Australia. In his current role as Director-General in the Public Debt Management Office, Directorate of the National Treasury, Kenya, Wohoro is responsible for advisory and policy implementation support, operational oversight, and public debt management review.
Wohoro holds a Master of Business Administration from the Australian Graduate School of Management and a Bachelor of Applied Economics, Economics, and Statistics from the University of Canberra.
A certified Project Finance Specialist with the Institute of Public-Private Partnerships (IP3), Ms. Hadija R. Diba has been part of the World Bank’s Infrastructure Finance and Public-Private Partnership (IFPPP) project, as the PPP Unit’s Financial Modeller, for the past four years. She recently signed on as the County PPP Advisor to provide PPP advice and support to County Governments to enable them to identify, develop, select, appraise, approve, procure, negotiate, and monitor PPP projects throughout their life cycle.
Ms. Diba has a Masters of Arts Degree in Project Planning & Management and a Bachelor of Science Degree in Actuarial Science from the University of Nairobi and Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology (JKUAT), respectively.
Rupinder Kaur Rai
Rupi is a Public-Private Partnerships Consultant in the World Bank Group’s PPP Group. She has worked in PPPs and international development for the past three years, and supports the creation and use of the PPP Group’s analytical tools and knowledge products. Prior to joining the World Bank Group, she designed executive training sessions in PPPs and advised private and public sector clients during her tenure as a Senior Researcher at the Johns Hopkins SAIS PPP Initiative. Rupi has co-authored reports on China and India’s institutional environment for PPPs, and advocates the use of innovative frameworks to help solve complex problems in PPPs. Rupi graduated from Johns Hopkins SAIS with an MA in International Relations and Economics and earned a BA and MA from the University of Vienna in International Development and Political Science.