Munyaradzi Ignatius Katumba
Munyaradzi Ignatius Katumba is a Professional Project Manager who has 17 years of experience in managing health related and business development projects and programmes within the private sector and civil society organisations. The projects and programmes range from HIV and AIDS, law enforcement training on human rights and key populations, Sexual Reproductive Health Rights, governance, organisational development and business start-ups.
Munya Katumba is assisting the Centre for Law Enforcement and Public Health in development of a regional law enforcement and public health network in Africa. He is a consultant to Stichting Aidsfonds, a Dutch HIV and AIDS foundation on police collaborations within Southern Africa. He is leading on the review of the Southern African Regional Police Chiefs Co-operation Organisation (SARPPCCO) HIV and AIDS policy, development of a training programme and its implementation. Prior, Munya worked with COC Netherlands on the development of a police training programme on police health and human rights for key populations (LGBTI, people who use drugs and sex workers) in Botswana, Mozambique, Namibia, South Africa and Zimbabwe.
Munya has a Master of Science in Project Management from University of Liverpool (UK) and has plans to pursue a PHD Public Health policy programme with special interest on law enforcement and public health.