PRI Team

Sheena Shah

PRI Kenya Executive Director 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 offering a holistic approach. Sheena took her PDC on Rusinga Island, off Lake Victoria in March 2011 with renowned facilitator, Warren Brush and then proceeded to help establish a school ...
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Terry Kinyahwe

PRI-Kenya Education Programme Coordinator Terry has a degree Marine Science and Fisheries from Pwani University.  PRI Kenya first met Terry in 2016 during her involvement, (which she is still part of), with the Friends From Ireland (FFI) and The Galana Wildlife Conservancy, where she along other fellows were chosen from Pwani University to be part of their conservation project in ...
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Loise Kerubo

PRI Kenya Administrator & Accountant Loise manages PRI Kenya’s organizational accounting, budgeting, and finance activities. She has a B.A in Economics and Sociology from Kenyatta University and is a Certified Public Accountant (CPA). Raised in one of Kenya’s semi-arid areas that has put much of its concentration on pastoralism, Loise is excited to be part of the PRI Kenya team, ...
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Anirudh Garikipati

PRI Kenya Website & Design Consultant Originally from Kenya and now 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 ...
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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 ...
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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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Reagan Okoth

Field Extension and Research Officer – Rongo
Reagan works as the Field Extension and Research officer for the PermEzone Pilot Programme, that is being implemented by Sustainable Village Resources (SVR) in Rongo in partnership with the Permaculture Research Institute, Kenya (PRI- Kenya). Reagan joined the PRI-Kenya project team in June, 2017. He is also currently pursuing a Masters of Science ...
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