Mufalali Simasiku Mwiya
Country Programs Manager – Zambia
Mufalali holds a Master of Business Administration and Bachelor of Science Degree in Marketing from the Copperbelt University, Zambia and a Certificate in Intellectual Property from World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO).
Mufalali previously worked for the Ministry of Agriculture as the District Marketing Development Officer for Sikongo district of Zambia. While working with the Ministry of Agriculture, he acted as District Cooperative Development Officer and District Agricultural Planner. Before joining the Ministry of Agriculture, he worked with Chemoquip Zambia limited as Sales and Marketing Executive. He also worked as a part-time lecturer at Mansfield college of Business and Technical Studies.
Babettie Abigail Juwayeyi
Country Program Manager – Malawi
Babettie is a holder of MSc. in Agricultural and Applied Economics and a BSc. in Agribusiness Management both obtained from the University of Malawi. She is an interpersonally-skilled and output oriented coordinator and liaison with over 5 year working experience in agricultural value chains development and result-based program management. She has previously worked as a value chain development and international trade policy analyst and program manager at Civil Society Agriculture Network (CISANET), and as a Training consultant/Adjunct Lecturer, at Lilongwe University of Agriculture and Natural Resources (LUANAR), NRC Campus.
Program Officer – Malawi Office
Taziona is a holder of Bachelor of Science Degree in Agricultural Economics from the University of Malawi. He is currently pursuing his MBA at the Eastern and Southern African Management Institute (ESAMI). He is a seasoned trainer in grain trade. He has done extensive training and related research on grain trade, including Rice value chain analysis and stakeholder capacity development in Malawi conducted through the Ministry of Agriculture, analysis of an expansion of the Rice value chain project through African Institute of Corporate Citizenship (AICC) and was part of the leading team that evaluated the Agricultural Sector Wide Approach support project (ASWAP).