Halima Abdi Omar Shuria
Halima Abdi Omar Shuria has worked as a development, humanitarian and peace practitioner for over 20 years. She has worked with the Kenya Government, UNICEF, MSF-Spain Somalia Program, and Oxfam GB. She was an advisor in the Regional office on their pastoralist program in Horn East and Central Africa. Halima is now a consultant and Director with CamelBell Limited – a consultancy firm and carried out various consultancies in the Horn, East and Central Africa Region. Halima is a trainer with Local Capacities for Peace (Do No Harm – conflict sensitive programing tool) and a member of a global network for peace and transformation called ACTION. She is also a Board Member of Wajir Peace University Trust. She is also attached to Transitional Initiatives for Stabilization (TIS) that is USAID funded as a strategic adviser. She is also a member of the Concerned Citizens for Peace in Kenya that contributed to the peace initiative in the 2007/8 post election violence. Halima is a co-author of a book on pastoralism “Perspectives on Pastoral Development: A Casebook from Kenya, 2001, Oxfam GB”.