Joy Busolo is a Senior Water Resources Management Specialist coordinating 2030 WRG country programs in the Africa Region. She joined the World Bank Group in 2016 as a consultant, working with the 2030 Water Resources Group Program in Nairobi, Kenya as the 2030 WRG Kenya Country Lead and supported the regional program as well.
Prior to this, she worked with Davis and Shirtliff, East Africa as a regional manager and was instrumental in designing innovative products that make us of renewable energy for water and wastewater distribution and treatment such as solar powered irrigation pumps and reverse osmosis units.
Her recent focus is expansion of the 2030WRG into new geographies, supporting the establishment of multi-stakeholder platforms used as mechanisms to collectively design and development of projects and programs that catalyze private sector investment, enhance resilience and promote water-efficient practices in industry, agriculture and municipal water use through public private and civil society partnerships in Africa.
Joy is a Chemical and Process Engineer (Moi University) by training with a Masters in Business Administration (University of Nairobi), a diploma in Public Policy (Strathmore University) and a Master of Commerce in Development Finance (University of Cape Town).