As a Research Assistant, Hannah’s work entails qualitative research; recording and taking notes in the field, transcription and data analysis. She is also actively involved in AFIDEP’s IMPALA project where she offers support including organizing workshops and meetings.
Prior to joining AFIDEP, Hannah worked as a qualitative consultant at UNFPA on mixed migration study in Nairobi that focused on reproductive health issues among the adolescent migrants in Nairobi and also as an observer in the 2009 Kenya Population and Housing Census. She has experience in health research having worked on various projects with UNFPA, University of Nairobi and Kenyatta National Hospital.
Hannah holds a Master’s degree in Population Studies and aspires to pursue a Ph.D in medical anthropology so as to refine her skills in qualitative health research.