WILD: Women in Livestock Development
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Assenath Kabugi, Kenyan, manages ILRI's Sustainable Livestock Systems Program. She provides support in the coordination and management of projects within the program to ensure that the program's goals and objectives are achieved.
Renee Bullock, American, is an ILRI gender scientist with a background in geography and social science. She earned my PhD from the University of Florida and previously worked with IITA based in Bukavu, DR Congo.
Annet Abenakyo Mulema, a sociologist working on gender issues at ILRI, is based in Addis Ababa. She has 8 years of experience in gender analysis, gender-sensitive value chain analysis, measuring women’s economic empowerment and gender capacity development. She has conducted research in Uganda, Ethiopia, Congo, Kenya, Malawi, Rwanda and Zimbabwe, and is passionate about innovative approaches that advance gender equality and the empowerment of women.
SILVIA ALONZO ALVEREZ, from Spain, is a vet who broadened her work into public health. At ILRI she investigates the dynamics of infectious diseases as they move between livestock and people and promotes the health and nutrition of poor consumers in developing countries. She coordinates a project to improve the safety and quality of milk sold in the informal dairy markets in Nairobi.
Wangari Muthee is a Kenyan human resources practitioner at ILRI with passion for gender matters and diversity and inclusion. She is ardent in enhancing an inclusive working culture of respect, trust and one that values differences. She works to ensure that ILRI attracts highly competent employees and retain the next generation of global leaders at all levels at ILRI