Ann Nabangala Obae is a Programme Officer Climate Change at  the Water Sector Trust Fund,a parastatal under the Ministry of Water, Sanitation and Irrigation.  She holds a Master of Science in Project Management- International Irish University through Digital Advisory and Learning Centre (DALC) Education. Post Graduate Diploma in Project Management, – Cambridge Association of Managers (CAM) and a Bachelor of Science -Natural Resource Management from Egerton University. She has experience of 14 years working with national and international civil and government institutions in rural and urban areas  on issues Water and natural resources management, Climate change and food security.

She is a Core member to the Ministry of Water Sanitation and Irrigation on Greening and Climate Change  Unit. Supporting the Hon of Africa on Ground Water Resilience as Environmental safeguards specialists. Ann is Team Leader of the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD)- Upper Tana Natural Resources Management Project (UTaNRMP).  She has previously experiences working with farming communities on sustainable agriculture and participatory forest management in Kenya. Coordinating the East Africa Living Network under the Global Nature Fund and Water access projects in Nigeria and Kenya working with the Japan Water Forum.

Through her leadership she supported the National Task force on development of Climate Change Learning strategy  for Kenya. Supported concept development on “Enhanced financing for green water and sanitation Technologies in Kenya” for the Green Climate Fund.  Spearheaded technical assistance to WSTF on feasibility study of Catalysing Low carbon & green technologies for effective water services delivery in Kenya from the Climate Technology Innovation Centre- CTCN Denmark