Ms. Jacqueline Tesha
Institution: United Nations World Food Program
Jacqueline has experience in the field of climate change, environment, and natural resource management for over 10 years. As an environmental and climate expert, she is working with NORCAP (Norwegian Capacity) and UN WFP (World Food Program) to provide technical support to establish and strengthen climate services and last mile early warning systems to enable communities to make climate-informed decisions. Through her various past positions with international, local and government organizations, she has participated in developing National Framework for Climate Services (NFCS) Strategy, and the forest governance dashboard monitoring tool. She also has experience in conducting environmental monitoring, Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) and Environmental Auditing, etc. She has a great experience in engaging with different stakeholders from local to international level. Jacqueline has a MSc degree in Environmental Impact Assessment and Management from the University of Manchester, and a BSc in Environmental Sciences and Management from Sokoine University of Agriculture.
Relevant skills on climate change adaptation:
Climate services, Early Warning System (EWS), Climate Smart Agriculture (CSA), environmental and natural resource management, monitoring and evaluation, etc.