Mr. Kabaseke Clovis is a Lecturer and Researcher in the School of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences at Mountains of the Moon University holding a Master of Science in Agroecology. He is also a PhD candidate of Agroecology and Food Systems with outstanding experience in forestry, Environmental Disaster Management, companion modeling, Permaculture, Horticulture, nature conservation, ornithology, ethno botany, and landscape design. He is a renowned consultant in Management of fragile ecosystems, ecotourism, agro tourism, and in participatory planning for mitigation of, and adaptation to effects of climate change. Clovis is the designer of Mpan’Game (A board game for community sensitization about catchment management planning), one of the two principle founders of Tooro Botanical Gardens, and coordinator of research projects on Disaster Risk Reduction in the Rwenzori region. He has championed the introduction of Agroecology to particularly Mountains of the Moon University and generally the Rwenzori region. He demonstrates enthusiasm and expertise in developing local and international partnerships in research and development projects and programs related to Integrated Natural Resources management, plus Water, Sanitation and Hygiene. Clovis is author to 8 publications in high impact factor scientific journals and features in two globally popular documentaries (one about the plant that cures malaria and another about citizen science on natural hazards and disasters). He has so far participated in writing, winning, and coordinating four international research projects and six consultancies. He is an excellent team player, enthuses in value addition, resilience and transparency.