United Nations University
Sekela Twisa is a PhD Researcher in the Capacity Development and Governance Unit at UNU-FLORES. In her current position, she is working on researching “Source Sustainability of Rural Water Supply in Sub-Saharan Africa: Application of Geo-Information technologies” the project sponsored by Government of Tanzania. Prior to joining the Institute, she served as Senior Tutor-Irrigation Engineering at Water Development and Management Institute, Ministry of Water and Irrigation Tanzania (WDMI). During her time at WDMI, she serves as Liason officer and later appointed as Head of Continuing Education and Innovation Department.
Applications of geospatial technologies to sustainable development Data visualization processes for evidence based decision-making Integrated water resources management Remote sensing and GIS
Sekela Twisa and Kurian, Mathew ed. Nexus Observatory Training Workshop on Drought Risk Monitoring: Capacity Development Priorities for Sub-Saharan Africa 2015/12/17–18 Dar es Salaam. Dresden: United Nations University Institute for Integrated Management of Material Fluxes and of Resources (UNU-FLORES), 2016.