• Using Contribution analysis in evaluating development projects

    AISE Consulting recently evaluated complex advocacy and health systems strengthening projects in Nigeria and Kenya.

  • Women’s Rights Advancement and Protection Alternative (WRAPA)

    AISE Consulting  has won a consultancy bid with the Women’s Rights Advancement and Protection Alternative (WRAPA), a National Women’s Organisation in Nigeria to conduct a Baseline survey on Mitigating COVID-19 impacts on Girl’s education for their Recovery and Resilience Project.

  • Deborah Delgado Pugley: Study on responses to COVID-19 in Peru

    AISE is proud of our Conservation and Climate change expert, Deborah Delgado Pugley, PhD who won a research grant from the Social Research Council to conduct a study on indigenous peoples networked response to COVID-19 in the Peruvian amazon.

  • Assessment, Innovation, Strategy and Evaluation

Our diverse team

By Tracy Nnanwubar, Communications Consultant with AISE Consulting

We are pleased to introduce our sister organization in Nigeria. AISE’s sister organizations are skilled in mainstreaming gender in development and committed to health systems strengthening projects in the regions where we serve.

AISE Consulting Nigeria is led by Dr. Oritseweyimi Ogbe and our Founder, Dr. Emilomo Ogbe. Dr. Oritseweyimi Ogbe has 20+ years of experience working on and leading health systems strengthening and development projects across Nigeria for the National Primary Health Care Development Agency (NPHCDA), having served as the Deputy Director of the NPHCDA, and now the Chief Medical Officer. He has supported the implementation of World Bank and Gates Funded development projects in Nigeria while working at the community level to develop capacity for co-management of health and development services. He led the development of the national Minimum Health Care Package for Nigeria. He also anchored the development of the national Primary Health Care Management Systems (PHCMIS; tools and manual) by an Expert Technical Committee.

Also, our team of cutting-edge consultants at AISE Group has grown!

Tracy Nnanwubar is leading our Communications Strategy. She is an English Expert currently en route to a Ph.D. in English Language and Communications with a Gender Equity and Social Inclusion (GESI) focal point. She is a Fellow of the Institute of Management Consultants for Communications, an Awardee for the Economy Booster Program by Impact Hub in Austria, and the 2021 Communications Coordinator for the GSA at  Trinity Western University in Canada. The youngest Editor in Nigeria at age 18, Tracy was a Creative Writing Scholarship recipient of the Pan African Literary Forum at New York University.She was aMasterCard-sponsored Resident Writer at the 2012 London Olympics and was hosted by the German government at the Goethe Institute's “Author's Talk”. In 2017, she won a World Bank scholarship to attend Lagos Business School as a “WomenX” Scholar, became a McKinsey & Company Next Generation Women Leaders Award Finalist, and a Finalist for the Youth Enterprise Scale-Up program supported by the THNK School of Creative Leadership in Amsterdam. She is a British Council Partner for the International English Language Testing System (IELTS), Affiliate of TakeIELTS by the European Association For Education,  and Author of "Red Pepper and English Tea" published in India (Award Winner for Best New Fiction).  She is a member of PEN America, the Association of Nigerian Authors, and the Society for Book & Magazine Editors of Nigeria.Post-COVID-19, she pioneeredThe Online Lady lending her voice to literacy advancement through book parties, linguistic projects, and English language consulting. She is a Mentee of AFRISOC’s Scholarships and Access Committee at the University of Oxford, and contributed to the passing of the motion by the Brampton City Council in Canada for Incoming Investment Opportunities with African and Caribbean Markets”, with a special focus on Education & Creative Arts. 

Dr. Luchuo Engelbert Bain is a Senior Consultant at AISE and empirical bioethicist with astute skills in ethical community engagement in sexual reproductive health research. He is a Research Fellow at the Lincoln International Institute for Rural Health (LIIRH), and public health (global health) professional specializing in empirical research methods in bioethics (clinical and research ethics). He is passionate about Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights, health systems strengthening for low and medium-income countries, core abortion and contraception research in Sub–Saharan Africa (Ghana, Nigeria, Cameroon, Mali), and most especially, access to safe abortion services for adolescents. He also works on projects involving adolescent-friendly reproductive health services (safe abortion care and contraception), stakeholder analysis, community dialogue, and engagement in safe abortion services access. His portfolio also includes Health systems research with a focus on rendering primary health care systems responsive to sexual reproductive health needs (This is an ongoing consultancy with UNFPA Mali and the Ministry of Health in Mali). He is adept in abortion laws/policy mapping - conscientious objection and safe abortion care in Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA), including evidence synthesis and data mining from Demographic and Health Survey Data on drivers of abortions in SSA.

Dr. Darja Dobermann is our Project Manager and Senior Associate at AISE Consulting. She is a values-driven professional with interdisciplinary yet intersecting expertise in nutrition innovation, sexual and reproductive health, and circular agriculture with seven years of experience managing and implementing projects, carrying out research, and organizational governance strengthening. Her career history is a melting pot of work done with NGOs, academic organizations, the United Nations, and as an independent consultant on high-level projects. She is great on cross-cultural teams having lived and worked in Asia and Europe, gaining cognitive skills through bilingualism (German and English). She has a doctorate degree in biosciences and nutrition.

About Tracy

“Tracy Nnanwubar is a Communications Consultant with AISE Consulting and an English Language scholar (Ph.D. in view). Through her writing, she helps to change how women learn, think and grow. She aspires to become a policy maker for women all over the world.” Tracy also runs her own Communications Consultancy called ‘The Online Lady’.

Emmanuel Otukpa is a Senior Associate at AISE Kenya.He is an experienced researcher with a background in biostatistics/epidemiology with 5+ years of investment in public health research. To make an impact in the global health space, he leverages analytical skills in data science for the discovery of knowledge and evidence synthesis. Emmanuel’s track record of success on health system projects includes technical strengthening on pharmaceutical and grassroots implementation that supports policy development, Research data tracking & Compilation, and Monitoring & Evaluation. He is currently serving at the African Population and Health Research Centre in Nairobi, Kenya.

David Miracle Olorogun supports AISE Nigeria as a Project Assistant. He has experience in field, quantity, and qualitative research and data collation. He provides technical and other related support services to projects executed in Nigeria including managing project finance and budget performance for our Nigerian office. His broad-based background and skills are in the areas of project management, administrative management, and field research. He has exceptional knowledge of field research and its various procedures including progress reporting. He conducted field research on the 2019general election in FCT Abuja and Gombe state to determine citizen participation in the general elections; successfully collating data from over 1000citizens in both towns to determine the factors hindering citizen participation in elections, voter apathy, and reasons why voters’ demography is low. David holds a graduate degree in History and Diplomatic Studies from the University of Port Harcourt in Nigeria.


AISE provides and contributes to ethical and sustainable solutions to development and health system reforms in low- and middle-income countries. We do this by providing our clients with opportunities to co-create interventions, drawing out evidence-based solutions through evaluations and implementing them in a sustainable manner.