Experts' profiles - Eddah Kaguthi
Eddah Kaguthi
Eddah Kaguthi is currently a Programme Associate with the Environmental Education and Training Unit of UNEP. Her responsibilities include developing educational programmes and opportunities for institutions of higher learning and various major groups e.g. policy makers and students. Eddah coordinates the day-to-day running of UNEPs engagement with African Universities to mainstream environment and sustainability concerns. She also develops capacity building programmes in response to country/ stakeholder specific environmental challenges and supports UNEPs environmental education and training activities in improving upon and responding to results based management principles.

Prior to joining UNEP, Eddah was a researcher with the Kenya Agricultural Research Institute (KARI) where she developed indicators and monitoring frameworks for intergrated ecosystem management as well as building capacities of local communities and other key stakeholders in restoring degraded environments and general environmental conservation. Eddah also played an active role in supporting the management of transboundary resources through the coordination and coherent management of information for the Lake Victoria Environment Management Project (LVEMP).

Eddah holds a Masters in Environmental Planning and Management from Kenyatta University and a BA in International Relations and Environmental Studies from United States International University-Africa.

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