Our Management & Staff

Our work is lead by a dedicated team of diverse professionals, get to know them.

Rev. Fr. Taylor Nyanhete

National Director

Rev. Fr. Taylor Nyanhete is the National Director of ZNCWC. He holds a BSc degree in Counselling obtained at the Zimbabwe Open University in 2006 and a Masters in Development Studies from the Women’s University of Africa obtained in 2012.

Rev as he is affectionately known has 19 years of experience in the development/humanitarian contexts with 5 from the disability sector and 14 in the child rights. He played a major and leading role that culminated in successfully abolishing corporal punishment in the country’s statute books.

“When you empower a community, you should prepare to let go”

Kundai Dzinotyiwei

Finance & Admin MGR.

Kundai is the Finance and Administration Manager at ZNCWC. She holds Master of Business Administration (MBA), Zimbabwe Open University (ZOU) 2004. She has more than 17 years successful proven track record in accounting, personnel, payroll and benefits management and administration. Kundai has displayed professional competences by successfully obtaining unqualified audit reports for ZNCWC since 2010 to date, from such reputable Audit firms like, KPMG, Ernest &Young, BDO, STC International, HLB and Rockstone Chartered Accountants.   

 

“Excellence is not a skill. It is an attitude” …Ralph Marston              

 

Kudzayi Khosa

Programs Manager

Kudzi is a holder of an MSc Development Studies, Post Graduate qualifications in project Management, Monitoring and Evaluation and a diploma in People Management. She has 15 years of experience in emergency/humanitarian programming, child protection, safeguarding, and child rights advocacy amongst others. Kudzi was the team leader for the civil society reporting to the African Committee of Experts on the Rights and Welfare of the child. She was also a child rights expert for the SADC Child Rights Barometer in 2017.

“It’s the little that citizens do. That’s what will make the difference.” Wangari Maathai, the first African woman to receive the Nobel Peace Prize

Eve Chatambarara

Project Officer

Eve is a holder of a Master of Arts in Development Studies as well as an Honours degree in English and communication. She has 6 years’ experience in the development sector working with young people and children. She successfully coordinated a Peace project funded by TDH which resulted in strengthened and effective child protection systems for prevention of violence against children. Eve has equipped more than 2 000 young people with life skills through Youth Empowered Programme. She championed the Corporal Punishment Talk Show which was broadcast on national TV which brought effects of corporal punishment you bring in positive models.

 

“Children and young people should be actively involved in all decision-making processes.”

Rosette Muteweri

Finance &Administration Officer

Rosette holds a B.Com honours in Financial Intelligence. She has 5 years’ experience in accounting. She was very instrumental in the development of the organizational Risk and Fraud policy.

Tafadzwa Munyaka

Project Officer

Tafie is a versatile young man who holds an MSc in International Relations obtained at the University of Zimbabwe in 2017. Tafie has online professional qualifications in proposal writing, fundraising and grant writing obtained through the Disaster Ready.Org and Cornerstone OnDemand Foundation. He has 5 years’ experience in communications, advocacy, child rights, grant writing and proposal development. He was instrumental and led the formation of the first youth led group in Kwekwe assisting them to organize themselves for meaningful and effective child and youth led advocacy and participation.

“The change you seek starts with you! What are you doing about it?”

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