Howard Murray – Services Manager
Howard is a Nairobi-based Services Manager at Integrity with experience in third sector development, civil society mapping, conflict analysis and monitoring and evaluation. At Integrity, Howard has managed multiple projects. He has conducted a strategic conflict assessment in Kachin and Mon States in Myanmar and contributing to an INGO community engagement project in Rakhine. He has managed and contributed on projects for FCO, DFID, UNOCHA and various INGOs including IMS, CARE and International Alert.
During his postgraduate degree, Howard conducted strategic conflict assessments of Sri Lanka and Kosovo, engaging government ministers, international development agencies, security forces, businesses, NGOs and CBOs in research focused on the emerging trajectory of conflict within these states. He has third sector experience, working in development logistics and distribution in Hong Kong and Kazakhstan, providing support to INGOs and CBOs through logistics and community level development projects. He has also worked in peacebuilding and community relations in the Occupied West Bank, predominantly with youth engagement projects and cross-community dialogue between Israelis and Palestinians.
Howard is currently working regionally in MENA, focusing on the management of research, monitoring and evaluation projects for governmental and humanitarian actors in the region. He attained an MSc in Defence, Development and Diplomacy from the Durham Global Security Institute and specialising in conflict research and analysis, and a BA in Social Sciences, Government, IR, Economics and Business from the University of Durham.