Daisy Moso
Daisy Moso, a co-founder of Research Link International Network, is a passionate climate change researcher. She specializes in climate variability impacts on livelihoods of dryland local communities and building the communities’ resilience, through advocacy for adoption of climate change adaptation strategies. In the course of her professional career, she has assessed Land Use Land Cover Changes, entailing studies on the management of the invasive Prosopis juliflora, within Lake Bogoria watershed in Baringo County, Kenya. Ms. Moso has developed grant proposals that have been funded by Global Environment Facility, Intergovernmental Authority on Development and Egerton University Division of Research and Extension. She has coauthored peer-reviewed articles on climate variability in Turkana and wildlife conservation in Mt. Elgon National Park. Ms. Moso has served as the Project and Climate Research Coordinator of Africa Short-lived Climate Pollutants Project, funded by Climate Works Foundation. Additionally, she has taught Environmental Geography units in public universities, leveraging her expansive knowledge on climatology, water resources’ management, rangeland management and air pollution-climate change nexus. Currently Ms. Moso is pursuing PhD. in Environmental Science, with a specialization in Climatology. Preceding this was MSc. in Environmental Science and Bachelor of Science (Geography Major, Mathematics and Chemistry Minor).