Eddah holds a Master’s Degree in Public health, Monitoring and Evaluation track. She was a fellow with the Global health leadership offered by a consortium of University of Washington, John Hopkins University, Makerere University and University of Nairobi.
Eddah lives and works in Kenya. She holds a Master’s Degree in Public health, Monitoring and Evaluation track. She has a wide experience in health programs both in the private sector and the ministry of health in monitoring and evaluation (M&E), project management and research. Eddah was a fellow with the Global health leadership offered by a consortium of University of Washington, John Hopkins University, Makerere University and University of Nairobi. As a fellow, she was attached at the AMREF Kenya and participated in designing data collection tools for surveys and evaluations, conducting surveys, conducting situation analysis on male involvement in reproductive health issues, development and rolling out of the National M&E HIV Training curriculum and facilitating in the M&E tailor made training. She has also acted as a Part time M&E Manager for the BQA/ Tackle Africa. She is focused and very much driven, when she sets her mind into something, she goes for it. She feels humbled to have received several awards, as follows: Kenyatta University Alumni “Exemplary Award in Professional Achievement” 2014; Kenyan Blog Awards 2014: Nominee - Best Health Blog; Awarded the Fellowship in Global Health Leadership: A consortium of University of Washington, Nairobi University, John Hopkins University, University of Botswana, University of Pennsylvania and University of Muhimbili- 2011; and last but not least, Best Oral presentation in Health systems Information System: AMREF Annual technical meeting (ATM) -2011. She is currently she is a Technical Advisor, and also blog at Strengthening Health Systems.