Adaoma Wosu - Community Based Natural Resource Management Specialist 

Adaoma is an inter-disciplinary researcher with a background in environment and development studies and extensive field experience in sub-Saharan Africa. Areas of expertise include marine management and women in small-scale fisheries and gender sensitive approaches to natural resource management. Adaoma has experience in the application of social science methods to understand complex tropical marine systems, and to use this understanding to design interventions and policies with potential to improve the sustainable use of natural resources. Adaoma has practical project development experience including working with local NGOs, conducting project trainings, consultancy assignments and developing activity plans with local teams.

 

Qualifications

  • PhD The social-ecological dynamics of fisherwomen’s behaviour

  • MSc Biodiversity, Conservation and Management 

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