Benita SilokoResearch Analyst
- Human Security
- Environmental Management
- Strategic Planning
- Social Justice
- MSc, Northumbria University, Newcastle, England
- MSc, University of Derby, England
- BSc, University of Portharcourt, Nigeria
With over 6 years of experience in environmental management, international development, climate change advocacy, oil companies and community mediation, operations, and decision analysis, Benita’s work at Cloneshouse Nigeria has been important in conducting research, and providing solutions to environmentally degraded communities.
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Before joining Cloneshouse Nigeria in late 2019, Benita started Girls Green Power Initiative (GGPI). GGPI empower and tell stories from the water pot on how women and girls cope with lack of access to potable water supply and advocate for a sustainable source of water supply. Previously, Benita held a management position at the secretariat of the Nigeria Environmental Society (NES), and she is a member of the Institute of Environmental Management and Assessment, United Kingdom, where she holds an associate membership (AIEMA). Focusing on research, and environmental risk assessment. She has provided her research expertise in the area of environmental management to non-government organizations in Nigeria, England and Germany. She is currently a PhD candidate at Northumbria University, Newcastle United Kingdom, where she previously concluded a masters degree in International development.
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