Monitoring, Evaluation and Research Officer


Hillary supports the corporate Monitoring and Evaluation functions at APHRC. This involves tracking the Centre’s progress guided by the strategic plan to monitor institutional wide performance across its priority areas.

Hillary holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Population Health from Kenyatta University and a diploma in project management from the Kenya Institute of Management. He is a Commonwealth scholar through previous engagement in a research-based professional fellowships at Lancaster University.

Prior to joining the center, Hillary worked in the monitoring and evaluation program at Nuru International Kenya, where he spearheaded evaluation activities including large-scale yearly impact surveys.

Hillary is highly motivated to impact communities through his work by contributing to data driven decision making – at programmatic and policy level – that improve efficiencies and effectiveness in project and service delivery.

Hillary enjoys interacting with different people and cultures as a platform for knowledge sharing and learning.