Kevin Omondi Onyango is a seasoned researcher with over 10 years of experience in the fields of agricultural research and development; food systems development, market systems analysis, and food environment and consumer behavior. Kevin has excellent skills in data management; data analysis; scientific writing; and application of various research methods. He has technical expertise in design of data collection tools; data management and archiving; data quality assurance; quantitative and qualitative data analysis including econometric modeling; and research output development and dissemination.
Kevin holds a Bachelor's degree in Agriculture from the University of Nairobi, Kenya and is currently pursuing an M.Sc. in Research methods from Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology (JKUAT) in Kenya.
Kevin joined CIAT in 2018 and currently works with the Alliance of Bioversity International and CIAT as a Research Associate (Social economist) in Nairobi, Kenya. His current research interests include sustainable agri-food systems, urban food systems, farm productivity and profitability, household consumption and nutrition, and food environments. Besides work, Kevin is a budding photographer who enjoys travelling, nature walks and football games
- Impact of COVID-19 on diets of poor consumers in Africa: Evidence from the slum…
- What determines consumption of nutritious foods by the urban poor in Africa?
- How women’s empowerment affects farm production and dietary quality in East Afr…
- Keeping food on the table: Urban food environments in Nairobi under COVID-19
- Poverty Assessment in Rural Kenya: Explaining Trends in FTF ZOI Technical Report
- Training Heifer International Market System Development
- Increasing busines knowledge for sustainable and healthier diets in Kenya