She has been leading World Climate Simulations in various settings including with policy makers, media practitioners and the youth in
university, churches and in high schools. In all the events the results were extremely positive with most participants indicating that
they now had a deeper understanding of climate change, its impacts and the need for urgent action at all levels; global, national, sub- national, community and most importantly individual level.
In addition, Sheila was instrumental in getting the World Climate Simulation tool incorporated into a climate change training program
entitled Climate Change Policy, Planning and Budgeting at National and County Leveldeveloped by the Ministry
of Environment and Natural Resources, the Kenya School of Government and other key stakeholders. The tool was successfully used by 30
participants from National and County (sub national) governments during the inaugural training program held in June 2017. The tool
will be used in future training programs as the program is now offered through the Kenya School of Government and will contribute to
capacity building efforts to improve national and global climate change response.