Dr Bintu Ndusha is the team leader of BioInnovate Africa supported project on Rhizobia-mycorrhizae-based biofertilizer for smallholders farmers. She is a lecturer at Université Evangélique en Afrique. She has twelve years of working experience as a university lecturer, including supervision of lab practical and field work for students and research, and has received sufficient training in adult teaching. She has also been involved actively in the research of identifying elites indigenous soil microorganisms for inoculants biofertilizer production since 2013. She has been working together with her current institution and the International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA) in the collection, characterization and testing of indigenous rhizobia strains to identify local strains that are suitable for inoculants production for farmers and has authored many papers related to this research area.
Dr Bintu Ndusha holds a Ph. D in sustainable soil ressource management from the University of Nairobi. She has won grants and fellowship awards in her area of expertise.