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Munguzwe Hichaambwa

Munguzwe Hichaambwa

Research Fellow

Phone: 260-211-261194
Fax: 260 - 1- 234559
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MSc, University of Zambia, 1995
BSc, University of Zambia, 1988

Munguzwe Hichaambwa joined the FSRP in 2005 as a Research Specialist for the MATEP Horticultural Value Chains research component of the Project. Before that, he has worked as an Agricultural Consultant for Standard Chartered Zambia Limited, Stanzam Management Services Limited as well as an independent consultant in the areas of:

  • Feasibility Studies, Project Proposals and Micro-Credit
  • Participatory and Quantitative Approaches to Development
  • Socio-Economic and Gender Analysis (SEAGA)
  • Gender Dis-aggregated Data (GDD) Analysis for Agriculture and Rural Development
  • Baseline Surveys
  • Impact and Needs Assessments
  • Project Design, Appraisal, Monitoring and Evaluation
  • Rural Livelihoods and HIV/AIDS
  • Agricultural Marketing

Selected papers

Hichaambwa, M. and Tschirely, D. 2006. Zambia Horticultural Rapid Appraisal. Understanding Zambia’s Domestic Value Chains of Fresh Fruits and Vegetables. FSRP Working Paper 18.

Bangwe, L., Hichaambwa, M., Simalyata, G., Chiboola, M., and Sepe, J. Economics of Maize Production and Marketing under a Liberalized Market: A Case Study of Monze District. Study Fund, Ministry of Finance and National Planning

Hichaambwa, M. 2005. Analysis of Commercial Farm Blocks in Zambia: A Case Study of Nansanga Farm Block. ACF/ABD/World Bank.

Hichaambwa, M., Kapunda, C. and Msikita, R. 2004. HIV/AIDS, Rural Livelihoods and Gender Inequality: The Impact of HIV/AIDS on Rural Livelihoods in Northern Province. FAO

Talvela, K., Hichaambwa, M. and Chomba, C. 2005. Appraisal of the Programme for Luapula Agricultural and Rural Development (PLARD). Finnish Embassy.

Hichaambwa, M. 2003. Coping Mechanisms and Impact Assessment of Harvest Help Funded Projects in Zambia. Harvest Help UK.