Representative from Sub-Saharan Africa
Eddah Kanini has a multifaceted competence in Organizational Development, Monitoring, Evaluation and Gender specialization and training. She is based in Kenya and has over thirteen years working experience as a Leadership, Management and Governance Advisor for A USAID program, a lecturer and a consultant.
Eddah holds a double Masters in Public Health, Monitoring and Evaluation specialization and Masters in Health Systems Leadership and Management and is a Doctoral Candidate. She has undertaken an executive program in Public Policy. Her passion for Evaluation has pushed Eddah to undertake further trainings in M&E, Statistics, Analysis, Impact Evaluation, governance, Gender equity, climate change and human rights among others. This horned her skills in teaching theoretically as well as practically conducting different types of assignments in Research and Evaluations such as Baseline, Mid-term, formative, Impact evaluations, and End term Evaluations and OH. She has also spearheaded, assessments of gender-based violence, gender equity and DEI.
Eddah believes in passing her knowledge to others and has therefore been a mentor to many. She participated in mentoring the Young and Emerging Evaluators in 2019 under the EvalPartners program, mentored in MDE Partnering to Educate and Coach Evaluators (The PEACE) Project currently the Connexus and mentored the youth entrepreneurs to successfully pitch in the Global Entrepreneurship Summit graced by the President of the United States (POTUS) H.E Obama. She also held a group mentorship program for women in Evaluation on jumping the Evaluation hundles.
First Term of Office expires 31 March 2026