Catherine Onyango
Senior Program Manager

Catherine Onyango has over 13 years of experience leading community-based initiatives focused on health-related interventions for marginalized communities. Prior to joining ZanaAfrica Foundation, Catherine held positions with leading international organizations including mothers2mothers, Marie Stopes International, Academy for Educational Development, and Young Women Christian Association. Her current role at ZanaAfrica Foundation is to direct and oversee the Foundation’s Partnership Program, which serves 10,000 girls per year through the provision of pads, health education, and underwear through a network of 21 community-based partners. She also leads the policy and advocacy efforts for ZanaAfrica Foundation. Catherine holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Sociology and Geography from the University of Nairobi and is currently finalizing her Master’s Degree in Public Health from Maseno University. Her project research is on “Menstrual Health Management among physically disabled adolescents in Machakos town.”