Edinah supports the research programs through both qualitative and quantitative data collection, desk reviews, data management, and data analysis. Edinah started at Aquaya as an AquayaLEARN fellow in 2018. Prior to joining Aquaya, Edinah was a Research Fellow at the Swiss Federal Institute of Aquatic Science and Technology (Eawag) under the Eawag Partnership Program for Developing Countries. Her master thesis is contributing to the Eawag Environmental Social Sciences Department as part of the Sustainability Transitions of Sanitation Regimes in Urban Africa (SuSARA project) in Nairobi, Kenya.
Edinah is currently finalizing her Master’s degree in Environmental Planning and Management at Kenyatta University. She has a Bachelor’s degree in Environmental Science from Egerton University.