Eva Ireri Muluve is a Research Fellow at the Population Council’s Kenya office. She is a social science and public health researcher with over 12 years of demonstrated experience providing technical leadership for multi-disciplinary teams of researchers and program implementors as well as contributing to the design and implementation of rigorous research and intervention programs related to women, children, adolescents, and young adults. She is a Principal Investigator for the Evidence for Gender and Education Resource (EGER), British Council Kenya study, a core technical team member of the EGER global study, and a co-investigator for the Adolescent Girls Initiative Kenya project (AGI-K).
Muluve currently co-chairs the Kenya gender in education technical working group where she engages government partners and stakeholders to ensure research uptake and promotes the use of evidence to guide policy and programming. She is also coordinating relevant directorates and state departments under the Ministry of education, gender, and development partners in reviewing and redrafting of the 2015 education and training sector’s gender policy.
Muluve holds a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology and Public Administration from the University of Nairobi and is currently pursuing a Master’s in Public Health Epidemiology at Moi Eldoret University in Kenya.