Kojoki Afisha is a South Sudanese national born in 1985. She is a team member of RMF South Sudan working as a CMAM (Community-based Management of Acute Malnutrition) Nurse in the RMF-UNICEF Malnutrition Treatment, Prevention and Outreach Program in Jonglei State.
Kojoki has trained as an Enrolled Nurse at Arua School of Enrolled Comprehensive Nursing in Uganda. In addition, she has attended several training courses in Management of Acute Malnutrition, and in Infant and Young Child Feeding (IYCF). She previously worked with Merlin (UK) in Nimule Hospital, with Caritas in Kapoeta, and with Save the Children in Lopa County, Eastern Equatoria State.
Kojoki is a humorous lady and likes relating with the people she encounters. Her hobbies are playing netball, prayers and learning of new ideas.