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humanitarian organization executive , consultant

Michael Kevin Elmore-Meegan, British, Kenyan humanitarian organization executive, consultant. Joined Society of Jesus (Jesuit), Roman Catholic Church, 1978. Recipient numerous tribal and local honors, since 1981; Melvin Jones fellow Lions International, 1994.


Elmore-Meegan, Michael Kevin was born on March 26, 1959 in Liverpool, England. Arrived in Ireland, 1971. Son of Captain William Meegan and Rose Bernadette (Boyle) Elmore.


BPh with honours, Milltown Jesuit Institute Theology and Philosophy, Dublin, Ireland, 1978. Master of Science in Community Health, Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland, 1989. Doctor of Philosophy in Medical Anthropology, Knightsbridge College, 1994.


Founder International Community Relief of Starvation and Suffering, Southampton, New York, 1981-1982. Founder, chairman International Community Relief of Starvation and Suffering Ireland, Dublin, 1982-1983. Chairman International Community Relief of Starvation and Suffering International, Nairobi, Kenya, since 1983, director rural health programs Ngong Hills, Kenya, since 1989.

Consultant Government of Denmark, Nairobi, 1993, Government of Japan, Nairobi, 1994, REHAB, Dublin, 1994, Irish Aid, Dublin, 1994, advisory board. Consultant epidemiologist.


  • Joined Society of Jesus (Jesuit), Roman Catholic Church, 1978.


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  • Other Work

    • Author: All Shall Be Well, 1986. Review editor Journal American Medical Association, 1993. Contributor articles to professional journals.


Founder 33 women's groups, Kenya, 1984-1992, 19 self-help groups, Kenya, Tanzania, 1986-1994, 31 medical programs and 54 development programs, 5 African tribal languages. Expert panel member World Humanity Action Trust. Member British Institute in Eastern Africa, New York Academy of Sciences.


  • Other Interests

    Greek history, classical literature, languages, photography, cuneiforms, philology.


Captain William Meegan Elmore

Rose Bernadette (Boyle) Elmore