Dorice is an International Consultant in Environment, Development and Humanitarian fields. Dorice works on various SDGs issues ranging from water, sanitation, climate change, natural resources, gender, youth, education, health and well-being, livelihoods and social protection, food security, environment, social and corporate governance (ESG), environmental and human rights. She is an expert in Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL), policy and institutional analysis.
Dorice has a solid multi-disciplinary background that combines social and natural sciences. She holds a PhD in International Development from the University of East Anglia, a MSc in Biological Sciences and Natural Resources Management from Leicester University and a BSc. in Environmental Sciences from University of Southampton, UK.
- Socio-ecological resilience
- Water, food and energy securities
- Sustainable financing mechanisms
- Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH)
- Environment, Social and corporate governance (ESG)
- Environmental justice
- Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL)
Research - 2022
The authors of this paper conduct a systematic review to synthesize existing knowledge on differential vulnerability of female entrepreneurs in Africa to climate risk, in relation to their sensitivity to extreme climate events and their adaptive capacity. Read more
Policy - 2023
This policy brief draws on research undertaken in Laikipia County in central Kenya to underscore the challenges faced by female entrepreneurs in Africa in the face of climate change and how policy can support them to build strong, climate-resilient businesses across Sub-Saharan Africa and beyond. Read more
Policy - 2022
This report [in French] is the result of research conducted in the semi-arid Kaolack region of Senegal, as part of the Women Entrepreneurs in Climate Change Adaptation (WECCA) project. Read more