Elizabeth Mwambulukutu has over five years of professional experience in the field of development. Currently working as the Communications and M&E Specialist for the USAID funded- ASPIRES project, she is responsible for developing and implementing the communication strategy, and monitoring and tracking progress in the implementation of project activities under focal areas including policy coordination, policy outreach and advisory, collaborative policy research and capacity building. She also plays a lead role in developing the annual work plan and in coordinating activities of the Policy Analysis Group (PAG), with members working on agricultural policy projects and initiatives, including NGOs, non-state actors, private sector, academia and think tanks.
Previously, she served as a Communications Officer with the Investment Climate Facility for Africa (ICF), where she was responsible for communicating the work of the US$150m ICF Trust and the impact of its 73 business reform projects across Africa. She also supported projects activities geared towards investment climate improvement in countries including Cape Verde, Ethiopia, Kenya, Mauritius, Tanzania and Zambia. Elizabeth holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Economics from the University of Sussex.
5th Annual Agricultural Policy Conference in Tanzania
Published on February 12, 2019
Tax Reforms Benefit Farmers and Traders: A Case of Tea Production and Marketing in Tanzania
Published on September 26, 2018
Stakeholders’ Roundtable with the Minister of Livestock and Fisheries in Dodoma
Published on July 4, 2018
The Policy Analysis Group Organizes a Seminar with Members of Parliament in Dodoma
Published on June 28, 2018
ASPIRES Supports Tanzania’s Agricultural Sector Development Program II (ADSP II)
Published on June 12, 2018
4th Annual Agricultural Policy Conference in Tanzania
Published on February 16, 2018
From Paper to Digital: E-Payment Benefits Local Governments and Taxpayers
Published on December 8, 2017