BA (Cum Laude) Social Work, Daystar University, Kenya, 2011.

Rose has 7 years’ experience doing research and policy work. She has worked as a research and project assistant as well as data analyst providing support in several projects, programmes and consultancies in East Africa and the United Kingdom for national governments, international agencies and donor organisations. Ms. Ochieng has provided technical and intellectual support to projects, programmes and consultancies in land reforms, gender, social inclusion and poverty, agriculture including climate smart agriculture (CSA), rural development, monitoring and evaluation and climate change.

Rose has extensive experience in gender related issues. She has supported several gender assignments including research on women’s social, economic and political participation, women’s empowerment and gender analysis in infrastructure. Ms. Ochieng is well versed in research methodologies and report writing. She also has project management experience and has assisted with project management tasks including reporting, quality assurance of deliverables, organising meetings and workshops and communication with clients in several projects at LTSA.   

Now part of NIRAS Africa 


Monitoring, Evaluation and Administrative Manager of the Darwin Initiative and the Illegal Wildlife Trade Challenge Fund Evaluation of Carbon Market Finance Programme Formulation of Kenya's Intended Nationally Determined Contributions (INDC) Review of Civil Society Organisations working on REDD+ Enhancing Direct Access to Adaptation Funding in Kenya Scaling out Devolved Climate Finance in Tanzania Gender Economic Empowerment Analysis Mainstreaming Lessons Learned from Adaptive Agriculture in the Arid and Semi-Arid lands (ASALs) under the REACT programme Framework Agreement governing the purchase of consultancy services for climate, forestry and low-carbon development External Programme Evaluation of the Drylands Development Programme




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