Kelechi Udoh, MSc
Research Associate for the Exemplars in Under-5 Mortality Project
Kelechi Udoh joined UGHE in May 2018, as a Research Associate for the Exemplars in Under-5 Mortality Project. His role mainly involves working with the Vice Chancellor and co-Principal Investigator on research into country experiences, implementation science frameworks, and evidence-based interventions focused on under-5 mortality. He has an MSc in Public Health from Oxford Brookes University, and a BSc in Biological Science and Psychology from University of Ghana. Mr. Udoh is a public health research and evaluations professional specialised in qualitative approaches. He is experienced at providing technical and managerial oversight across the life cycle of the research and evaluation process, from design, to implementation, analysis, and dissemination.
Prior to joining UGHE, Kelechi spent several years working as a public health research and evaluations consultant across Nigeria and Liberia, on international donor-funded projects and programs in health systems strengthening, human resources for health, health care financing, maternal and child health, health policy, governance, social development, education, nutrition, reproductive health, infectious diseases, and advocacy, amongst others.