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Welcome to the new ReSAKSS-SA Coordinator, Greenwell C. Matchaya

August 16, 2012

Greenwell C. Matchaya is joining us as the new ReSAKSS-SA Coordinator. Greenwell is a Malawian national who has joined IWMI from the University of Reading-UK where he worked as Research Fellow exploring the nexus between agricultural policy, intellectual property rights, and agricultural research and investment.  Prior to joining the University of Reading, he worked at the Leeds University Business School as a Research Fellow focusing on the evaluation of health policy reforms within the UK’s National Health Service, and concurrently served as a tutor and advisor to students pursuing various degrees in Economics at the same university.

He has experience in the design, coordination and implementation of research projects mainly in his native country Malawi and the UK, but is very familiar with the southern Africa region. He has vast experience/expertise in quantitative analysis and at present, his interests are in the broad are of economics of development focusing on areas of institutions, property rights, water, agriculture and international trade.

He also runs a blog which is used as an avenue to provide advice to the government of Malawi on development issues in that country.  Greenwell is a graduate of the University of Malawi (Bunda College of Agriculture) and holds a PhD in Economics from the University of Leeds.

His selected publications include:

 

Greenwell will bring a wide range of research and experience to ReSAKSS. Please join me in welcoming him.

Emmanuel Musaba, the outgoing coordinator, will continue supporting ReSAKSS-SA on special studies. On behalf of IWMI and the ReSAKSS team, I thank Emmanuel for his contribution to the ReSAKSS-SA node over the past year and we are looking forward to continuing working with him.

By Pius Chilonda, Head of IWMI Southern Africa 

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4 Comments leave one →
  1. john pali permalink
    August 17, 2012 10:53 am

    You are very welcome to our family.

    jps

  2. john pali permalink
    August 17, 2012 10:54 am

    You are welcome to the family!
    jps

  3. Daniel permalink
    September 18, 2012 6:34 pm

    congratulations amfumu

  4. September 19, 2012 11:08 am

    we come a board of agro fraternity

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