PRI Team

Sheena Shah

PRI Kenya National Coordinator, Head of Programmes & Communications Born and raised in Nairobi, Sheena is educated in Kenya and in the U.K in early childhood development and English language, thereafter with 3.5 years teaching experience in schools. Sheena took her PDC on Rusinga Island, off Lake Victoria in March 2011 with renowned facilitator, Warren Brush and then proceeded ...
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Felister Orangi

PRI-Kenya Education Programme Coordinator Felister majored in Business Administration and minored in Psychology at Istanbul Şehir University in Turkey, after which she which she volunteered for one year in Bayramiç Yeniköy Eco Village in Turkey. Felister developed a passion for sustainability at the village, as she perceived the importance of growing clean food, taking care of the ecosystem ...
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Emmanuel Midigo

PRI Kenya Administrator & Accountant Emmanuel manages PRI Kenya's organizational accounting, budgeting, and finance activities. Emmanuel has experience in business administration with a concentration in accounting in both retail and institutions. He has now recently developed an interest in the sustainability field and has take an Intro to Permaculture Certificate Course with PRI Kenya through their scholarship grant ...
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Anirudh Garikipati

PRI Kenya Website & Design Consultant Based in the USA now, Anirudh has played a major role in re-branding the PRI Kenya website through his design expertise. He is responsible for the development of the latest website design for the organization in coordination with the team. With 4 years of experience in the fields web design, he has ...
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Project Team

Caleb Omolo

Sustainable Village Resources Programme Founder Originally from Rongo, located in Western Kenya spent a few years in the U.S.A. He decided to settle back home and regenerate his community. Caleb took his PDC in 2012 on Rusinga Island with PRI- Kenya trained by Lesley Byrne. He later took the Training of Trainers Course with Warren Brash in 2014 and subsequently ...
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Paul Omolo

Sustainable Village Resources Programme Manager Paul works as the Project Manager for Rongo Organic Coffee Permaculture Project which is funded by Biovision Foundation and implemented by Sustainable Village Resources (SVR) in Rongo in partnership with Permaculture Research Institute, Kenya (PRI- Kenya). He joined the PRI-Kenya project team in July, 2015 as a Project Administrator for the Rongo Organic Coffee Project ...
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