Admire Mutizwa holds an MSc in Economics from the University of Zimbabwe and an Executive Certificate in Programme and Project Monitoring and Evaluation which he obtained in 2015. Mutizwa who joined SEATINI in August 2015 has nearly 5 years in research having undergone research internships at Parliament of Zimbabwe and Zimbabwe Economic Policy Analysis and Research Unit (ZEPARU), and worked at the University of Zimbabwe between 2011 and 2015. His duties at SEATINI involve analysis of national and regional policies; research on trade issues; monitoring multilateral and bilateral investment agreements; and planning, management and coordination of programmes.
Mr. A. Nhara is a trade economist with more than 20 years experience in national, regional and multilateral trade policy-making and research devoted to the Eastern and Southern Africa region. He has broad experience in international trade (WTO and ACP-EU Trade relations and negotiations ) with specific expertise in regional integration, trade policy formulation, implementation of trade commitments and the trade capacity building and sensitization for government officials; private sector representative bodies and civil society.
Timothy Bunhure holds a diploma in accounting and has an ACCA qualification. He has over five years of financial experience and has also undertaken several certificates for short-term courses in NGO financial management.
Tafadzwa Deve holds a Master’s Degree in Development studies from the Women University in Africa attained in 2016. Tafadzwa joined SEATINI in 2015 as an administrative assistant and was promoted to the position of Policy Analyst in 2016. She currently oversee research, analysis, advocacy and engagement for the portfolio on women initiatives and health issues.
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