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Clarice Odhiambo

Clarice Odhiambo ’88 is the founder of the Africa Center for Engineering Social Solutions. She was a 2008 URI Distinguished Achievement Award honoree and the subject of a July 2008 Quad Angles cover story.

A chemical engineer who previously worked for Unilever and Coca-Cola designing products for the African market, Odhiambo has traveled all over Africa. “I have learned there is more to life than making money,” says Odhiambo. Her organization’s mission is to bring college students to African villages to improve the lives of residents through the creation and implementation of simple, viable technical solutions, such as simple irrigation and sanitation systems. Moreover, she aims to reduce the poverty level in the continent by creating and sustaining successful enterprises that employ local residents.

6 comments to “Clarice Odhiambo”

  1. John Muna Mwangi comments:

    Clarice,

    Congratulations.Please get in touch.

    Muna

    --Posted: December 2nd, 2009 at 10:26 pm
  2. Solomon Nzano comments:

    Hongera Clarice for the superb job you are doing. I hope you remember me from Coke, Nairobi Bottlers. I am now at Bakhresa Food Products Limited, Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania. Keep in touch.

    Solomon Nzano

    --Posted: May 19th, 2010 at 1:40 am
  3. Danielle comments:

    Clarice,

    Thank you so much for visiting our class this year at Woodstock Academy. We all greatly appreciate your work and the time you took to answer our questions. I’m pleased to tell you that several of us are launching an NGO to help poor families in our area. Your insight has helped us turn our ideas into something real!

    Thanks again,

    Danielle

    --Posted: May 28th, 2010 at 12:41 am
  4. Millicent Okuto comments:

    Congratulations Clarice, you have done well

    --Posted: September 9th, 2010 at 8:09 pm
  5. Hezbon Odhiambo comments:

    Hi,I understand that joint inputs from relevant skilled and experienced persons can greatly contribute to complete transformation of livelihood in poor and vulnerable communities. God Bless you.
    Thanks you.

    --Posted: April 18th, 2011 at 4:26 am
  6. Jane Gathigia Kebera comments:

    Congratulations Clarice. Keep up the great work and I pray that your may realise your vision to the fullest.

    This is your friend Gathigia. Please keep in touch

    --Posted: September 5th, 2013 at 4:40 pm

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