Celebrating over 10 years of
Excellence in Parliamentary Strengthening
Dr Innocent Matshe
Dr Matshe is a director of Training Programmes at the African Economic Research Consortium and he holds a PhD in Agricultural Economics from the University of Manchester.
Resident Coordinator- Youth Empowerment and Transformation Programme, Zimbabwe. Masters In Women’s Law, University of Zimbabwe (2006) Post Graduate Diploma in Women’s Law, University of Zimbabwe’ Bachelor of Science Honours in Economics.
Founder and Executive Director of SAPST, Bachelor of Science Honors Degree in Economics, University of Zimbabwe, 1990, Masters in Business Administration, University of Zimbabwe, 2005, Masters in Business Administration, University of Zimbabwe, 2005 , Diploma in News Agency Journalism, Indian Institute of Mass Communication, New Delhi India, 1993.
Senior Governance Advisor UNDP in Harare Zimbabwe, PhD Business Administration –University of Lund. Thesis: Strategic Planning in an Organizational ContextMaster of Business Administration – Stockholm School of Economics
Project Accountant / Administrator, University of Zimbabwe –Medical School-Community Medicine Department (Donor Funded Project, July 2003 to date Masters in Business Administration (MBA), Full Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators (CIS), Full Institute of Bankers Diploma (IOBZ), Full IAC Diploma in Financial Accounting, Full IAC Diploma in Cost and Management Accounting
Executive Director Poverty Reduction Forum Trust (PRFT), Zimbabwe Master of Education Degree in Adult Education – University of Zimbabwe, 2004 Bachelor of Adult Education Degree – University of Zimbabwe, 2000, Certificate in Education, United College of Education, Bulawayo, 1980, LCCI Diploma in Marketing, Harare, 1993
M.A (Economy and Political Science), University of Copenhagen, 1988 – 93 Ambassador in Kenya, 1997 – 2001Ambassador in Zimbabwe (also accredited to Angola and Botswana), 2001 – 2004 Executive Director, African Development Bank, 1988 – 93 Permanent Representative of Denmark to Habitat and UNEP
Sarah Helen Chiumbu
Lecturer in the Department of Media Studies, School of Literature and Languages, Wits University, Doctor of Philosophy in Media and Communication, University of Olso, Master of Philosophy in Media and Communication Studies, University of Oslo, Post-Graduate Diploma, Media and Communication, University of Zimbabwe, Bachelor of Arts in English Literature & French, University of Zimbabwe