Emmanuel is a research manager based in the Kenyan office of Natural Justice. He contributes robust and technical background research on different environmental justice projects (climate change, community land governance and resource use, climate financing, traditional knowledge and benefit sharing), with a gender and social inclusion lens.
He has over ten years of expertise in research and monitoring and evaluation in the fields of environmental justice, education, governance, livelihoods and social development, aimed at strengthening internal systems of accountability, efficiency, effectiveness and learning with a number of organizations. He has expertise in instituting learning among project stakeholders using interactive discussions, assessment tools and ‘hands-on’ approaches in helping communities and stakeholders learn core environmental justice programme concepts. He has a breadth of technical exposure entailing quantitative and qualitative data analysis techniques using advanced statistical packages.
Emmanuel holds a Bachelor of Education degree [Mathematics and Geography] and a Master of Science degree in Environmental Planning and Management, both from Moi University in Kenya. He is currently pursuing a Doctor of Science degree in Environmental Planning and Management at the University of Eldoret in Kenya. He is passionate about sustainable development and the fair