Zoe Driscoll is Mokoro’s Research Officer. She has spent four years at Mokoro providing research inputs on assignments for a variety of clients (DFID, Irish Aid, CABRI, MFA Finland, UNICEF, WFP). She has extensive experience providing research support to large, complex multi-country evaluations, including as a team member for the Independent Comprehensive Evaluation of Scaling Up Nutrition Movement and the Global Evaluation of UNICEF’s upstream work in basic education and gender equality. She has also provided long term support to a series of Country Portfolio Evaluations for WFP, including those recently in Palestine, Tanzania and Indonesia.
Zoe’s academic background in environment and international development has given her a strong grounding in political ecology and environmental and natural resource issues. She is currently on the core team for the WOLTS study – a multi-country strategic research project in support of women’s land rights. Zoe is responsible for maintaining the Mokoro-led Land Rights in Africa website, for organising Mokoro-hosted seminars on a range of development issues, and producing Mokoro’s quarterly newsletter.
MSc Environment and International Development, University of East Anglia, UK (2010)
MA (Hons) Geography, University of Edinburgh, UK (2009)