Sally Atieno Odunga


Research Officer


Sally is a research officer in the Population Dynamics and Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights unit under the In Their Hands project. Her roles include training field staff on both qualitative and quantitative methods of research, supervision of field staff to ensure quality data collection, supporting report writing, coordination of project field activities, and handling data collection logistics.
She has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics with Information Technology from Maseno University (Kenya) and is currently pursuing her masters in economics at the University of Nairobi. Prior to joining APHRC, she worked with Innovations for Poverty Action Kenya as a senior field officer tasked with overseeing data collection by field officers.

Sally is passionate about the sexual and reproductive health and rights of adolescents and young people. She wants to contribute to policy relevant research that impacts on their lives.

Sally has taken her passion to blogging and you can find her writings on

Evaluation of in their hands program
The In Their Hands (ITH) program aims to increase adolescents’…