Gerald Mutuhu is an expert DG software developer who is based at DG’s Nairobi office. He has developed data management, reporting and visualization solutions for various DG clients, including developing dashboards for visualizing foreign assistance data for several country government clients, developing climate change dashboards for the University of Texas, and developing geocoding tools used by various donor organizations to geo-reference thousands of development projects. He is currently a Software Developer on the Visualizing Insights on Fertilizer for African Agriculture (VIFAA) program and a Product Owner for the Nigeria Extractives Industries Transparency Initiative (NEITI) Audit Automation software. He has also worked extensively as a Frontend developer on the Aid Management Platform (AMP) team.
Previously while working with Virtual City, Gerald developed Salesforce automation software and an employee performance dashboard. Gerald holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science and Engineering from Maseno University in Kisumu, Kenya.
The Aid Management Program (AMP) helps governments and development partners gather, access, and monitor information on development activities, with the goal of increasing aid effectiveness. The Program’s software, AMP, provides visualization tools that enable users to analyze and visualize development activities. Last year, with the support USAID’s Higher Education Solutions Network through the AidData Center