I am a monitoring and evaluation practitioner with expertise in humanitarian support and management. I hold honors degrees in History and Development Studies and Monitoring and Evaluation, as well as a Master’s degree in Development Studies. I have experience working in the health sector of Zimbabwe, where I have contributed to various national studies to improve the health care of rural communities. I have also engaged in data collection and analysis exercises for non-governmental organizations, which are helping to design developmental programs in Zimbabwe. Presently, I am working towards developing a community program for non-communicable diseases, which will help public health officials deal with non-communicable diseases.