Robson Zimuto

He is an agriculturalist with several years of experience in development work around food security and livelihoods. Robson is presently a development consultant and is based in Kwekwe (Zimbabwe). He is the founding Country Director for Heifer International Zimbabwe and a founding Regional Director for Heifer International Southern Africa Office (in Durban SA) coordinating and managing Heifer Country Programs in Mozambique, Zimbabwe, Zambia, Malawi and South Africa. Robson’s last formal employment was CEO for Agribusiness Development Agency in SA. Robson has vast experiences in program management, resource mobilization and enterprise development. He is a well networked professional in the NGO sector in Zimbabwe and the region. His highest qualification is MSc in Agriculture with University of London.

Charlotte Bohman

Ms. Charlotte Bohman Almryd is the Working Board Chairperson of Hand in Hand Sweden. Formerly she was the Secretary General for Hand in Hand Sweden. She is former Chief Executive Officer at Bohmans Fanerfabrik. Ms. Almryd is also a Member of Family Business Advisory Board of Fagerberg & Dellby. Charlotte Bohman holds a Master’s degree in Economics and Business Administration from the Stockholm School of Economics. She has a solid background in leading positions from the business sector, both from public and private companies, mainly as a CEO. She is and has been for years aboard member of several organizations and companies including AMF pension, the Swedish Federation of Industries, The Ratio Research Institute and Swedish Foreign Trade Association

Felix Tete

Felix Tete is a the founding CEO for Hand in Hand Zimbabwe having worked as a Country Director for Hand in Hand Southern Africa (in Zimbabwe).  He is a holder of double Masters Degrees viz MComm in Strategic Management and Corporate Governance with Midlands State University and an MSc in Environmental Management with University of London and a Post Graduate Diploma in Monitoring and Evaluation Methods obtained at Stellenbosch University. Felix is a dynamic development practitioner who parades and possesses unparalleled 27 years of experience and high proficiency levels in agricultural and livelihoods policy formulation and implementation; implementation and management of sustainable livelihoods interventions in Zimbabwe and within the sub region focusing on crops and livestock interventions honed working on assignments with Heifer Project International (HPI), Plan International (in partnership with HPI), Small Livestock Promotion Programme in Malawi and Environment Africa among other organizations; designing and conducting evaluations as a Team Leader or Associate having been an M&E Specialist and or Advisor on several positions and assignments in agriculture, food security and livelihoods funded by such donors as the EU and USAID. He has also honed expertise and experience in designing, planning, monitoring, reporting, evaluation and learning facilitation (DPMEL); designing, planning and conducting Knowledge-Attitudes-Practices and Beliefs Surveys (KAPB), a study that complements vulnerability assessments. (WOCAN); designing, planning, conducting and monitoring of Participatory Vulnerability Assessments (PVA) within rural and urban set ups and gender analysis and mainstreaming having been a gender focal person in Zimbabwe for Women Organizing for Change in Agriculture and Natural Resource Management. He has indelible experience working in agriculture and agricultural research and extension systems, food security and livelihoods assignments and projects supported by such donors as USAID, EU, FAO, UNDP and NGO sector in Zimbabwe and the sub-Saharan region. Felix is a professional who is ethical and whose professionalism is premised on integrity, excellent communication skills, teamwork, analytical and lateral thinking high quality and accountability. Felix is conversant with several major donor regulations including USAID, USDA, DFID, EU, DANIDA and SIDA.