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Roselyn Sekai Kapungu

Child Protection Specialist

Roselyn joined Innocenti in 2019 as a Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation Consultant and supports programme planning and management of major donor programmes. She also supports information management in cross-cutting research, key events and strategy workshops and results-based reporting for key donors and UNICEF. Rose has experience in programme management, planning, monitoring, donor reporting and resource mobilization from the NGO, UN and donor sectors. Rose holds a Master of Science Degree in Development and Resource Economics from the Norwegian University of Life Sciences, a Bachelor’s Degree in Economics from the University of Zimbabwe and graduate certificates in governance and public policy from the Maastricht Graduate School of Governance.
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Gender-responsive and age-sensitive social protection

Gender and age play a disproportionately large role in how people experience risks, vulnerabilities, and opportunities. A new four-year research prog ...