Who We Are
WHO WE AREEstablished in September 2015, the International Organization for Migration’s Global Migration Data Analysis Centre was set up to respond to calls for better international migration data and analysis. Data are key to inform migration governance, improve programming and promote a better public understanding of migration.
Our WorkData is key to inform migration governance, improve programming and promote a better public understanding of migration. GMDAC works toward this purpose through activities in knowledge management, data capacity-building and innovation, and data collection and analysis.
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Mary Muyonga is a Doctoral student completing her studies at the Department of Economics, Population and Development studies. Her thesis focuses on the nexus between migration and inequality in Kenya. She has a Master of Arts in Population Studies from the same University. Her research interests are on Population Policy, Migration, Urbanization, Mortality, and Population Research Analysis.
Mary is a recipient of the Andrew Mellow Fellowship for the ARUA research project on ‘Mobility and Sociality in Africa’s Emerging Urban'. She is a member of the International Union for the Scientific Study of Population IUSSP), the Union of African Population Studies (UAPS)and the Population Association of Kenya.
University of Nairobi, Kenya
Country of institution/residence
Sub National Level
Thematic Area of Work
Migration and gender
Migration governance and policies
Migration patterns and trends (estimates & projections)
Modelling the relationship between stocks and flows
Monitoring progress on SDGs, GCM and other global agreements