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Cohort 4

Judith Kobusinge, Uganda

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Judith is a researcher with a keen interest in the biocontrol of coffee pests, particularly the Black Coffee Twig Borer (BCTB). She serves as a principal investigator at the National Coffee Research Institute (NaCORI) under the National Agricultural Research Organization (NARO), Uganda. Her current project focuses on enhancing the resilience of Robusta coffee systems to climate variability, particularly on how climate smart agriculture influences BCTB.

Judith is also pursuing her Ph.D. in Biological Sciences at Kyambogo University, Uganda. Her doctoral research examines the effect of soil moisture conservation practices on water budgeting in Robusta coffee. She holds a master of science degree in Agroecology from Uganda Martyrs University, Uganda, and a bachelor’s degree in Biology from Kyambogo University, Uganda.