Esther Omosa is a senior nutrition specialist at the International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI) working with USAID funded Feed the Future Program- Accelerated Value Chain Development (AVCD) where she coordinates nutrition activities of the program across ILRI, and other 2 CG centres with the aim of improving economic growth, resilience and food security and nutrition of smallholder farmers, especially women and children in Kenya. Esther has worked in humanitarian and development settings supporting livelihood, social protection and food security programes. She is passionate about strengthening the understanding the links between Agriculture (and livestock) and human nutrition and well being. She holds a BSc in Foods, Nutrition and Dietetics and a Master in Public Health and Epidemiology from Kenyatta University, Kenya.

My Projects

Women and men animal health service providers standing in an arid area near a flock of goats and sheep in Isiolo County, Kenya

Scaling improved strategies for Rift Valley fever vaccination in livestock in eastern Africa