Joan Kariuki

Joan holds an MA in Development studies with specialty in Environment for Development from University of Nairobi. She also holds Bachelors of Environmental science from Kenyatta University and Diploma in NGO management from Kenya Institute of Management. She has particular interest in policy research for sustainable management of Natural resources. As a research fellow, she is coordinating Kenya’s team research work on Industrial Productivity, Health Sector Performance and Policy Synergies for Inclusive Growth: A Study in Tanzania and Kenya. She is also the East African Coordinator of CLACC fellows. Previously she has served as Regional coordinator for Transboundary water resource Management training Project and also Assistant project manager in Policy Innovation Systems for Clean Energy security Project (PISCES). Her research interests include climate change and natural resource management, water related issues, health, natural resource and conflict.


Works by this author

Local Supply Chains for Medicines and Medical Supplies in Kenya: Understanding the Challenges

Improving the Supply Chains for the Health Sector: What Role for Locally Manufactured and Imported Medicines and Medical Supplies in Kenya

Local Procurement and Supply as Part of People-centred Care: Evidence from Kenya and Tanzania

Building the Capacity of Grassroots Networks to Enhance their Understanding of Climate Change Policy Processes: Lessons from Capacity Strengthening in the Least Developed Countries for Adaptation to Climate Change

Diversification of Livelihood as Adaptation to Climate Change by Local Communities

Agrarian reform, rural development and governance in Africa: A case of eastern and Southern Africa

Do regional initiatives integrate land reform and rural development? A case of New Partnership for Africa Development (NEPAD), Southern Africa Development Community (SADC) and the East African Community (EAC)