This project aims to improve access to reproductive health services for adolescent girls and young women in Kenya by generating evidence on the situation of abortion and post-abortion care and train health care providers to...read more
Caroline is a research scientist in APHRC’s Population Dynamics and Reproductive Health program. She holds a PhD in Health Promotion and Behavior (2005) from the University of Georgia, Athens (USA), a Masters degree in Public Health (2001) from the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill (USA), and a Bachelor of Science degree in Environmental Health Science (2000) from the University of Georgia, Athens (USA).
Following her doctoral studies, Caroline worked as an Instructor at Georgia Perimeter College and as a Post-doctoral Fellow in the Institute of Gerontology at the University of Georgia. Prior to joining APHRC, she completed a short-term consultancy with Urban Harvest, an initiative of the Consultative Group on International Agricultural Research (CGIAR).
Caroline is driven by her passion to support efforts to ensure that all young people live healthy and productive lives. Her research interests center on issues related to adolescent health, including resilience and positive youth development. She is involved in research activities focusing on adolescent sexual and reproductive health, and urban health issues.