Misheck Bwalya

Biography

Bwalya Misheck is an accomplished Social Development expert with more than a decade of positive contribution to the development and advancement of Human Rights and Governance; Gender and Child Protection; Public Health; Rural development and Community Development in Zambia and beyond. He holds a master of science in Project Management and a Degree in Social Work from University of Lusaka and Mulungushi University, in Zambia, respectively. He is currently serving as the Program Manager at mothers2mothers in Lusaka, Zambia. He previously served as a Site Manager under Right to Care Zambia and the Zambia Centre for applied Health Research and Development respectively. Some of the projects and programs he has worked on include; PMTCT/RMNCH/HIV and AIDS, Early Childhood Development, Safe motherhood and Maternal Homes access Project in Zambia, Saving mothers giving life project (SMGL), Women’s rights, Child protection, Child Sponsorship and Human Rights and Governance.

About Me

Accomplished Social Development expert with more than a decade of positive contribution to the development and advancement of Human Rights and Governance; Gender and Child Protection; Public Health; Rural development and

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Profession
MANAGER
Author since
1/21/2020
Career Network (e.g. LinkedIn)
https://www.linkedin.com/in/misheck-bwalya-0b3a3233/
I have to offer
Project management, Stakeholders and partnership management, Project budgeting and contract management, Strategic planning, Operations system development, Facilitation and presentation skills, Monitoring and evaluation, Project proposal writing and concepts development, Advocacy and community mobilisation skills, Communication skills
Highest degree
Master of science in Project Management

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Profession MANAGER
Author since 1/21/2020

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