Kekeli Adonu is a social scientist specializing in social protection, quantitative and qualitative analyses in the fields of child wellbeing and poverty using the MODA methodology. She joined the Social Policy Research Institute since November 2016. She graduated from the University of Mauritius with a distinction in MSc Social Protection Financing and also holds a Bachelor’s degree in Economics with second class upper from Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Ghana. She has been involved in big household surveys as a field researcher in Ghana with the Institute of Statistical Social and Economic Research, University of Ghana in conjunction with UNICEF, ILO, World Bank, IFPRI, NDPC, IPA, DFID and others. She was part of field researchers for MICS, Living Standard Survey, Child labour and Agriculture related surveys. She also has experience in big data management and analyses such as household surveys using Stata. The researcher is currently involved in the Multiple Overlapping Deprivation Analysis (MODA) projects with UNICEF for children and households in Sub-Saharan Africa namely Ethiopia and Zambia.