Wambaka Kosea is a Doctor of Economics as well as a Doctor of Management, with over Eighteen (18) years of accumulated experience as a practitioner in authentic and verifiable Social Economic and Development Practices, Community System Strengthening Planning, Organizational Development and Management, Resettlement Interventions, Project Management, Strategic and Master Planning, Community Mobilization, Development Planning, Public Financial Management and Reviews, Governance, Policy Research and Project Cycle Management, Monitoring and Evaluation of National, Regional and International Programmes that evidently impact on Global Development, Livelihood Restoration Programmes, Capacity Building in Centralized and Decentralized settings, Pre-feasibility and Feasibility Project studies that guide project initiation, implementation and operations.
Kosea is a Group Chairman of Strategic Group of Companies (Strategic Friends International, Strategic African Bidder, Strategic Sustainable Development Fund, Strategic Luxuries Transport Company, Big Push Construction and Events De Strategic) as well as head of Party and Programmes of Strategic Friends International
He is and has been an enterprising consultant of mainly flag bearer National Projects that require coherent innovations funded by the European Union, UNDP, COMESA, Irish Government, World Bank, Global Fund and largely the Government of Uganda.
He has been a lead expert on Local Government approved thematic modules oversight capacity building consultancies in Uganda. He was the team leader for the development of the Resettlement Action Plan for acquisition of land for the oil refinery in Uganda. He is also the Team Leader for Resettlement Action Plan Implementation for land acquisition for the Oil Refinery that is nearly complete. He is the team leader for the development and implementation of a Resettlement Action Plan (RAP) for acquisition of land for Petroleum Products Pipeline from Hoima to Kampala.
He was a pioneer consultant in developing strategic interventions that guided the development and operationalization of Regional Referral Hospitals to exist as self-accounting institutions.