Milka Omuya has expertise in project coordination and is a great champion of improving maternal, newborn, and child health outcomes in her work. She supports the projects Promoting sustainable health investments in low-resource settings and Kinship, Marriage, and Child health outcomes in low-resource settings within the Maternal and Child Wellbeing Unit. She has previously supported PAMANECH and CHV-Decision support system.
Milka joined APHRC as a field interviewer in 2010. She has worked as a team leader, coordinator, and research assistant before being promoted to her current role. She previously worked as a community health volunteer in Korogocho and a research assistant at Uwezo Kenya, Lea Toto, and Concern Worldwide. She has a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology and Psychology.
She is keen on seeing better outcomes for MNCH indicators and lives being changed through her work. Milka is passionate about community ownership of programs and believes in equal distribution of benefits and risks as she carries out her work.