Sunday Orinya

Head of Data Management

Sunday Orinya

Sunday is a seasoned survey data management and monitoring and evaluation officer; with over eight years of hands on experience in survey data management, CAPI, CATI and CAWI programming and data analysis. He has earned good quantitative and qualitative research experience which has helped him developed capacity to deliver excellently and efficiently in data management and data analysis. He has six years background in computer assisted personal interview (CAPI) design e.g. SurveyCTO, Survey Solutions, ODK, Epi-Info, Kobo Collect, SurveyMonkey, and CS-Pro. He has expertise in data analytics using Tableau for data visualization, Stata and SPSS for survey data management and analysis, and Atlas.ti for qualitative data analysis. He is skilled in the use of Geo-spatial analysis and electronic map production into handled devices (tablets) for offline map navigation using Google Earth and QGIS. Notably, he has two years cognate experience in the use of Adobe After Effects for producing infographics designs for charts, analysis reports, thereby turning data into graphical products to convey messages and storylines to the audience.

Sunday has been involved in survey planning, management, data collection, supervision and analysis of high frequency data both in Nigeria and Senegal. He was actively involved in the pilot testing, data collection, quality assurance and management of the: Nigeria Demography Health Survey (NDHS) 2013; Nigeria Integrated Biological and Behavioral Survey (IBBSS) 2013 -2014; General Household Survey-Panel Wave 3 (Post Harvest) 2015-2016; Building Bridges Between Herders and Farmers in Plateau, Nasarawa, and Kaduna States; Baseline Survey for Impact Evaluation of National Safety Nets Project 2019; Mapping and Identification of Hotspot and Brothel Locations of Females Who Sell Sex (FWSS), Men who have sex with Men (MSM), People Who Inject Drugs (PWID), Transport Workers (TW) 2013; Nigeria Partnership for Education Project (NIPEP) in Kano and Jigawa states; Data Collection and Technical Support to Conduct a Local Economy Wide Impact Evaluation (LEWIE) in Casamance, Senegal; Data Collection and Technical Support for Impact Assessment for Video Projections on “Migrants As Messengers” Awareness Campaign –Dakar Senegal.

Sunday holds a Bachelor degree of Science in Information from Sikkim Manipal University, Gangtok India. He also holds certificates in Monitoring and Evaluation Fundamentals, Sustainable Development Goals, Data Use for Program Managers, Introduction to Mobile Technology for Health, Nigeria National Code for Health Research Ethics and Certificate in Responsible Conduct of Research from the USAID, West Africa Bioethics Training Program and Collaborative Training Initiative (CITI). He speaks Hausa and understands Yoruba languages.