Philip is an IT specialist with a focus on public sector transformation and capacity building in post-conflict states. Philip has a central role in IT development and support across a number of our projects, including developing a pilot SMS-based pupil and teacher attendance monitoring system for the Education Systems Strengthening Project in Nigeria, a child labour monitoring database for World Vision Ethiopia and Cambodia, the Pay and Attendance Monitoring System for the Ministry of Health and Sanitation in Sierra Leone, and the Schools’ Budget Reporting Tools for Girls’ Education South Sudan.
Most recently he has worked on developing an Android-based app and corresponding live database (https://census.lesothohr.info/login) to support a biometric and payroll census in Lesotho of roughly 50,000 public officers.
Philip has worked for us and, previously, with the team at Booz & Company since 2006. His countries of work experience include South Sudan, Sierra Leone, Nigeria, Egypt, Cambodia, Ethiopia, Portugal and Australia, as well as the UK.
Prior to joining Booz Allen Hamilton in 2006, Philip worked as an analyst for IM Technologies.
Philip holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Multimedia from Murdoch University, Australia.
Addressing Health HR Data Blockages in Sierra Leone
At the request of Sierra Leone’s...
Wi De Ya, One Tablet Per School, Sierra Leone
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Digital Tracking System for Mass Distribution of Bed Nets
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Enhanced GBV Prevention, Risk Mitigation and Response through Social Safety Nets
The World Bank-funded, UNOPS-implemented...