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Mrs. Kamila Kabo-Bah (PhD) - EORIC

Mrs. Kamila Kabo-Bah (PhD)

Research Fellow

I am a Polish national working as a Lecturer and Coordinator of the Earth Observation and Partnership Section of the Earth Observation Research and Innovation Centre of the University of Energy and Natural Resources (UENR) in Ghana. I am a geographer – specialist in Remote Sensing, Cartography and GIS, as well as a mathematician – with the application of mathematical models in environmental science. I currently coordinating the GNSS RO and COSMIC-2 Programmes under the UCAR and NOAA for UENR and involved in the Group Earth Observation (GEO) Land Degradation Neutrality (LDN) activities under the Capacity Development subgroup. My passion to translate science for the youth-led to the establishment of the Annual Science Festival for Primary and High School Students –that has transformed several 1000s young people lives – (both girls and boys) to learn Science Technology, Engineering, Mathematics (STEM). I am currently Co-Chair of the Data Working Group for GEO and want to dedicate time to ensure that, the deliverables we want to achieve can be collectively attained. Climate Change problems and solutions lie within more knowledge and innovation through Capacity development, and this I understand very well must be tackled at the very start, involvement of those that matter – the Youth, the Vulnerable.

Areas of Interest

Mathematical Modelling in Environmental Sciences, Space Weather, Cartography, GIS, Remote Sensing, Landscape and Architecture, Classical Music