September 2020

Dennis Obull

As one of Aquaya’s Junior Data Editors, Dennis focuses on collecting, organizing, and analyzing information about international water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH) related data and contributing generally to Project W. He contributes to the development of the Project W data platform while supporting the creation of methods to enhance the collected data.

Before joining Aquaya, Dennis worked as Monitoring and Evaluation Officer with HealthRight International and Marie Stopes International. He contributed to integrating perinatal mental health into primary healthcare in Nairobi’s informal settlement and reducing data gaps in mental health. Dennis also has experience in reproductive health research and monitoring various family planning options, tracking their outputs and outcome level results.

Dennis holds a Bachelor’s degree in Statistics from Egerton University. Dennis is also an intermediate German Speaker with A2 certification from the German Institute of Professional Studies.

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