Director of Monitoring, Evaluation, Research and Learning

Lolynda Kekeli Adonu is a social scientist with multi-disciplinary research skills spanning social and economic research, monitoring and evaluation, quantitative and qualitative analyses. She graduated from the University of Mauritius with MSc in Social Protection Financing and also holds a bachelor’s degree in Economics from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Ghana. She has been involved in big household surveys as a field researcher in Ghana with various research institutions such as the Institute of Statistical Social and Economic Research, the University of Ghana in conjunction with UNICEF, ILO, World Bank, IFPRI, NDPC, IPA, DFID, and others. Adonu progressed to work as a junior consultant on a number of research, training, and capacity building projects and was involved in the Multiple Overlapping Deprivation Analysis (MODA) projects as SPRI’s consultant to UNICEF in Sub-Saharan Africa, namely, Ethiopia and Zambia. She supported in building SP Database on Africa by the Manchester University. Adonu also has experience in household and institutional data management and analyses using Stata and other statistical software as well as skills in survey coordination, facilitation of training workshops and report writing.