Millicent Dorah is a development practitioner who has skills and experience in youth work, human resource, volunteer life cycle management, communication, livelihoods, climate change, agriculture, food security, the GMO debate as well as research that informs policy development and amendment. Passionate about youth development and farming, Dorah believes that the African youth bulge presents a great untapped opportunity for the socio-economic transformation of the East African region and the African continent at large. Dorah has experience that spans ten years working with the youth, professional volunteers and stakeholders in agriculture and other development sectors.
Having engaged in and contributed to global and regional processes and discussions including the post 2015 development framework, which transitioned from MDGs to SDGs, the World Social forum and the CAADP frameworks, Dorah brings a multiplicity of skills on board; most importantly soft people skills which are essential in both behavior change communication and information education communication in development.
Dorah holds an MA Degree in Diplomacy from the University of Nairobi, a Bachelors Degree in Communication Journalism from Moi University and a level 3 French Diplome (DELF B1) from Alliance Francaise.