Evelyn Lusenaka, currently serving as the Director of Stewardship for CropLife Africa Middle East, boasts over 20 years of extensive regional experience in agriculture. In her role, she leads the ethical management of crop protection products, aiming to maximize benefits while minimizing risks across the value chain. By fostering partnerships with organizations focused on agriculture and food security, Evelyn focuses on key issues like Integrated Pest Management, Responsible Use of pesticides, Resistance Management, poison centers, incidence reporting, and Container Management. Notably, she played a pivotal role in establishing the poison information centre in Kenya and supported the setup of the Zambia poison information centre.
As a member of the incidence reporting working group at CropLife International, she collaborates with poison information centers to enhance their capacity in data collection on pesticide poisoning. Evelyn's vast experience has enabled her to cultivate strong networks and relationships, contributing to strategic partnership projects that advance agricultural technological practices and improve the livelihoods of small-scale farmers in Africa and the Middle East.