Eunice Kamaara is a professor of Religion at Moi University, Eldoret, Kenya, and International Affiliate of Indiana University Purdue University, Indianapolis (US). She holds MPhil in Religion, MSc. in International Health Research Ethics, and PhD in African Christian Ethics. Her three-in-one public role involves teaching/training, research, and community service. She conducts trans/multi-disciplinary and community participatory research on gender, character values, religion/spirituality and holistic health. She is passionate about translating research findings into practical development through policy influence and community uptake. She is an expert at mainstreaming gender and ethics in research (including agricultural research) on any subject and in learning-centred teaching and learning of any subject. She has consulted for national and international organizations including the World Bank, UNFPA, USAID, PASGR, Templeton Foundation, Association of African Universities, and Water Witness among others. Alone and with others, she has published 9 books and over 100 articles on a broad range of multi, inter, and transdisciplinary issues. Eunice is a Top 30 WHO Africa health innovator: 

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