Brenda Twea, mwnation.com
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Pamela Kuwali, the new broom at the Civil Society Agriculture Network (Cisanet) believes there is a lot of untapped potential in the agriculture sector.
She always hoped to assume a position of influence over agricultural policies in the country with no idea that God would honour that desire.
As the new captain of the ship at Cisanet, Kuwali says she would like to see Malawi becoming a food secure nation, with or without good rains. ...
The 39-year-old ventured into the agriculture sector after a string of jobs in diffeerent areas since her graduation from Chancellor College in 1999. Her first job after attaining her degree in Public Administration was with the Department of Customs and Excise which later on became Malawi Revenue Authority (MRA).
“I worked as assistant station manager at Kanengo Office, and later joined the United States Embassy where I worked for nine years as public diplomacy specialist. I left the Embassy in 2011 and joined the United Nations World Food Programme as head of Policy, Donor/Government Relations and Public Information. I then joined National Democratic Institute for International Affairs in 2013 as senior programme manager for governance until February 2017. I am grateful for all my professional experiences as they have allowed me to impact my nation in one way or another,” says Kuwali. ...