Primary Outcome:  At least four gendered responsive policies implemented to protect women and communities against sudden adverse socio-economic shocks (particularly those related to pandemics) by 2025.

Leah Wanjama is an educationalist, a gender and advocacy trainer, curriculum developer and a consultant in gender programming and development. Currently lecturing at Kenyatta University in the Department of Sociology, Gender and Development Studies, Leah has worked in the area of Education and gender particularly promoting girls’ education since the early 1990s. Leah is a Principal Investigator of a Project funded by Bill and Melinda gates that is evaluating the Gendered Impact of Travel Restrictions of Kenyan Government Policy Response to COVID – 19 on Tourism Industry.