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Elizabeth Mwangi

Elizabeth supports the implementation of CTCN capacity building activities for African countries to build their climate resilience and adopt to low carbon development. She is based at World Agroforestry’s headquarters in Nairobi, Kenya. She has a Master of Arts in Environmental Policy and a Bachelor of Science in Meteorology. Elizabeth has experience in research and projects on monitoring and evaluation. Prior to joining CTCN, she worked as a project manager in Integrated Green World Solutions where her project portfolio included environment and climate change and previously with the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit GmbH (GIZ) as a Research and M&E associate.

Technologies to enhance and monitor soil carbon for Africa

Healthy soil is critical for productive agriculture in Africa. To address declining health, countries are sharing knowledge and learning about new technologies.

Strengthening agricultural research in Kenya

    High-level conference prioritizes research to transform the country’s agriculture The Inaugural High Panel Conference on Agricultural Research in Kenya took place at the World Agroforestry Centre (ICRAF) on 13 September 2018. The conference brought together people...

Farm ponds offer a unique integrated solution for Kitui County, Kenya

Farm ponds are quickly emerging as novel hubs for integrated, climate-smart technologies promoted through the Drylands Development programme in the vast semi-arid landscapes of Kitui County in eastern Kenya Water shortage occasioned by prolonged drought has been a...

Women in Kenya improve their families’ food security through simple land-restoration technology

Despite challenges from both the land and society, women in Kenya are taking control of their farms, with impressive results. Following a previous article on the topic, we delve deeper into a farming technique that is alleviating food...

A pick and a spade may triple farmers’ yields in the Kenyan drylands

A simple farming technique is proving effective in staving off food shortages in Kenya The female farmers of Makueni County in southeastern Kenya rarely expect to triumph over their parched, unpropitious soils. A pick, a spade and a...

GEF-funded program on resilient food security targets smallholder farmers in 12 African countries

Africa’s population is expected to double from 1.26 billion today to over two and half billion by 2050, little more than 30 years from now. At the same time, land degradation, loss of biodiversity and the effects of...

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