Japheth Adina is a budding researcher with years of experience in population health program implementation and research. His previous research has focused on understanding the interplay between mental health and HIV infection; adapting CBT interventions for depression and alcohol abuse; and validation of child development outcome measures in resource-poor settings. Japheth has expertise in the conceptualization and implementation of project monitoring and evaluation frameworks in diverse donor-funded health programs. Currently, his PhD work is built around testing the efficacy and effectiveness of parenting programs for perinatal depression and infant outcomes in the Kenyan population-East Africa. He holds a master’s degree in Counselling Psychology and he’s a practising psychologist in Kenya.


Current Project:

Efficacy and effectiveness of parenting intervention for perinatal depression and infant developmental outcomes in a resource-constrained setting: Baby Triple P