Eastern and Southern Africa

Eastern and Southern Africa

ILRI is operating in East Africa with headquarters in Nairobi, Kenya, and a second principal campus in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.

ILRI Staff

Iain Wright

Iain Wright

ILRI Emeritus Fellow

Siboniso (Boni) Moyo

Siboniso (Boni) Moyo

Deputy Director General for research and development - Biosciences

Delia Grace

Delia Grace

Professor Food Safety Systems, NRI; joint appointed scientist, ILRI

Amos Omore

Amos Omore

ILRI regional representative, Eastern and Southern Africa

Sirak Bahta

Sirak Bahta

Senior Agricultural Economist

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