Elmah is an Environmental Governance Scholar with experience in natural resource management, solid waste management, and environmental education. He adds up as a Solid Waste Management Author and Consultant. At EED, Elmah contributes to business development, project implementation, and management around WASH, Climate Change, and energy-related projects. He is currently the project lead in a UNICEF SCORE project on the impact of CLTS on diarrhea prevalence in Turkana County. He was the project manager for an e-Mobility Landscape assessment that sought to characterize the current actors in the e-Mobility sector, identify the key barriers and opportunities, and highlight the priority areas that can advance the sector. This is built
on several studies that have been completed in the recent past. Elmah is also a contributing consultant to the UNICEF’s Hygiene Market analysis project. Before this, he was a contributing consultant on the FSDMoc Green Finance Landscape Assessment, assessment of the prevalence of Quality Verified and non-Quality Verified solar products and appliances and characterizing the off-grid appliance market at the household level, GIZ Data Collection for emission quantification, and AfDB LMCP Impact Evaluation among others. He Elmah previously worked as a Research Secretariat under The Horti-Green Project; Capacity Building on Efficient Use of Energy, Water and Waste Management among Horticultural Processing MSMEs in Kenya, promoting Sustainable Consumption and Production (SCP) Practices (UN Sustainable Development Goal 12), and Implementation of ISO 14001:2015 on Environmental Management Systems (EMS). Elmah holds a Master of Science (MSc.) in Environmental Governance, and currently pursuing a Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) Degree in Environmental Policy at the Faculty of Law, University of Nairobi (Kenya). He is a Youth Chapter Member at Kenya Green Buildings Society(KGBS), Reviewer with IOP Journals and a Certified EMS internal Auditor.