Eileen Omosa is a Development Sociologist with notable accomplishments in rural and international development. She has over 15 years’ of work experience gained from working and learning with rural communities, national and international organizations in Africa and Canada.
Areas of expertise:
- Land tenure and rural development
- Gender and household decision-making
- Food security
- Social-cultural diversity and place attachment
- Research design and implementation
- Identification and management of natural resources-based conflicts
- Trainer on the management of cross-border natural resources-based conflicts
- Proficient in languages: English, Kiswahili, Kisii, and basic French
Eileen intricately combines her expertise and skills into innovative strategies for social-economic well-being of communities.