|Picture||Full name||Institute||Career Sort descending||Country|
|Kisetu Nassary Eliakira||Tanzania|
|Wytze Marinus||WUR||The Netherlands|
|Arnold Sylvester Amppiah||IITA||Ghana|
|Tatenda Kainga||University of Zimbabwe||Zimbabwe|
|Akinson Tumbure||Soil Productivity Research Laboratory||Zimbabwe|
|Bamuleke Kube||IITA||D.R. Congo|
|Charlotte Mallet||WUR/UVA||The Netherlands|
Racheal Nerima is the Finance/Administrative Assistant N2Africa Project-Uganda,. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Commerce and certificate in Strategic procurement and logistics Management. Prior to joining the N2Africa, she was the Grants and Projects accountant, college of Agricultural & Environmental sciences, Makerere University; She has experience in Finance/Administration of donor funded projects. She is responsible for coordinating and providing administrative and logistical support, and maintaining financial records and budget monitoring.
Aron Othieno is the N2AFrica Field Liaison Officer, Northern Uganda. He is a Soil Scientist with four years of experience in farmer participatory research. Interest is to develop and utilize knowledge in supporting and improving agricultural productivity of rural communities for sustainable livelihood, food security, poverty reduction and good health through working with research institutions, local communities and non-governmental organizations.
John Ssekamwa is a Field Liaison officer, Eastern Region, N2 Africa, Uganda. He is a Soil scientist with four years of experience in farmer participatory research and agronomy. John’s interests Improvement of farmers’ livelihoods through deployment of yield enhancing technologies and to deepen my knowledge and analytical skills through interaction with farming communities and researchers from diverse disciplines.
Is the Business Development Officer, N2Africa Project-Uganda. She is a Social scientist and holds a Masters of Arts in Rural Development from Makerere University with five years of experience in facilitating Business Development Services among smallholder farmers with a focus on Agribusiness, Market Development, farmer organizational development, project implementation and Monitoring and Learning.
Interests: Reading, travelling and working with the vulnerable people
|Anthony Raymond Epel||IITA||
Anthony Raymond Epel is the N2Africa Project-Uganda, Data Analyst. He holds MSc. Research Methods Degree from JKUAT-Kenya. Before joining N2Africa, he was a part-time lecturer at Kyambogo University-Kampala; where he facilitated the teaching of Biometry, Research Methodology and Computer Applications. Prior to that, Anthony was a Research Fellow at International Centre of Insect Physiology and Ecology (ICIPE-Nairobi)-Biostatistics Unit; where he worked on Analysis of Compositional data from Insect Behavioural Studies. He has worked as a research assistant at (MAAIF)-STATFA project. He has extensive experience in working with smallholder farmers. At N2Africa, he is responsible for developing / implementing agronomic protocols, management of agronomic trials, data (collection, analyses and management), report writing, training and working with dissemination partners among others.
I am a self-employed consultant at GeAgrofía, and guest researcher Plant Production Systems group, Wageningen University, Wageningen, Netherlands. I provide spatial analytical advisory and technical services, such as environmental characterisation, socio-economic and crop modelling, statistical analysis, partner liaison, and geographical data management.
I previously worked at CIAT where I was the spatial analyst for all CIAT-Africa activities, specialising in spatial analysis of climatic variability and agricultural market chains, priority setting and targeting. I was co-leader of The Global Agricultural Trial Repository www.agtrials.org and a task force leader (2007-2008) of the Lake Kivu Pilot Learning Site, Sub Saharan Africa Challenge Programme.
|Nancy Karanja||University of Nairobi||
Professor in Soil Ecology, and Director of Microbial Resources Centre,University of Nairobi. She has may years of experience in BNF with legumes in SAA including managing inoculant production and use by farmers.She has also coordinated urban agriculture and it plays in ddressing food insecurity and livelihoods to the urban poor and rother elated issues in SSA and has published widely in this subject. She is involvedinsupervising three MSc students at the University of Nairobi ,under the N2Africa project.
|Benjamin Dzorgbenyui Ahiabor||CSIR Savanna Agricultural Research Institute||
|Labija Enemona Blessing||IITA||Nigeria|
|Shehu Dandago Mahammad||IITA||Nigeria|
|George Ucheibe||IITA Kubwa||Nigeria|
|Charlotte Schilt||Wageningen University and Research (WUR)||
Charlotte Schilt is responsible for the preparation of newsletters (the N2Africa Podcaster) and project administration as member of management team for N2Africa. She is the face behind email@example.com
|Daniel Brain Akakpo||IITA||Ghana|
|Jibreel Mohammed Basit||Urban Agriculture Network-UrbANet Ghana||
|Esther Ronner||WUR||The Netherlands|
|Eva Thuijsman||WUR||The Netherlands|
|Ashenafi Gunnabo Hailu||Ethiopia|
|Ibrahim Muhammad Kadafur||IITA||Nigeria|
|Ilse de Jager||Wageningen University and Research centre (WUR)||The Netherlands|
|Samuel Mutuma Patrick||Ministry of Agriculture||
Involved in follow up analyses of EIA data
|Isaac Chabata||University of Zimbabwe||Zimbabwe|
Ms. Lorraine Odhiambo is the Project Administrator for N2Africa, based in Nairobi. She is charged with handling the day to day administrative aspects of the project, working under the supervision of the Project Coordinator.
Lorraine holds a Degree in Bachelor of Arts, with a specialization in Sociology and is currently pursuing her Master’s Degree in Business of Administration at The University of Nairobi.
She has worked with N2Africa project in both Phase I and Phase II in the same capacity. During the interface between phase 1 and 2 she worked as a Contracts Management Assistant with CIAT, based in Nairobi.
Previously, Lorraine worked with World Vision Kenya, as a Development Facilitator for a Health and HIV Project, targeting marginalized communities and Orphans and Vulnerable Children (OVC).
|Travis Goron||WUR||The Netherlands|