Tatenda is the project manager for our USAID-funded Farmer Resilience & Rebuilding Initiative in Gaza Province. He has more than 20 years experience in the areas of health supply, food security and nutrition, water and sanitation, banking and microfinance, agriculture and rural development, entrepreneurship, social inclusion and gender equity, disaster risk reduction and climate change resilience, across Mozambique and other countries in Southern Africa. He has experience working with the European Commission, creating partnerships between public and private actors. He has also supported the implementation of European Union, USAID, Norwegian, Swedish, and other donor-funded development programs. He holds an honors degree in agriculture and natural resources from Africa University and master's in rural development from Eduardo Mondlane University. He speaks both English and Portuguese.