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Dr. Ben Alexandre MPOZEMBIZI is a qualified Project Manager with a certificate of Project Management for Development Professionals (PMD Pro), versatile, results-driven with expertise in Health Education, Teacher training, Early and adult literacy boost, Child Protection, Coaching and Mentoring, Capacity assessment and career development, Inclusive education , Partnership and development, Supervising, Monitoring and evaluation of the project. Currently, he is working as a Natioinal project officer at UNESCO, previously worked as a BLF District Engagement Manager at VSO, an Education project Manager at Impact Education Rwanda (IER), Literacy boost coordinator at World Vision International, Advisor and Learning & Development specialist, Community Empowerment Lead, with more than 10 years of experience in Education and 5 years in NGOs by coordinating and managing Education projects and 4 years in higher learning institutions as a lecturer. Dr. Ben Alexandre MPOZEMBIZI holds PhD in Education majoring in Applied Linguistics (from Kanpur University-India), Masters of Arts in Public Administration (MAPA) from Mahatma Gandhi University, Meghalaya-India, Diploma in Project Management (DPM), Post Graduate Diploma in Education (PGDE) and Bachelor of Arts in Linguistics and Literature of English (BA.English). He reviewed and edited research articles in various journals including Global Scientific Journals, International Journal of Scientific & Engineering Research, etc. He is cited over 10 times, 3.0 of Total Research Interest and has over 150 publication reads on Research Gate. He is an internal and external examiner at undergraduate, Masters and PhD levels. More interested in Early Childhood Development, Literacy boost, Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability and Learning (MEAL), School Leadership and Management, Innovation and creativity, Education programs development and online Learning.


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