Rose Nyambi has over six years of experience in the fields of education, gender, sexual reproductive health, and economic empowerment in Malawi. Rose holds a Bachelor of Arts in Public Administration.
At One South, Rose has supported the management of large enumerator teams in the operatioanizatlion of the Tiphunzire GEC Baseline Year 2, Midline, and Endline. This role involved the day-to-day management of field deployment, the supervision of enumerators from training to data entry, and facilitation support during enumerator training workshops.
As well as a Field Manager, Rose has also served as a Qualitative Research Assistant for the Noztheka Midterm Evaluation. For this exercise she was responsible for conducting in-depth interviews and facilitating focus group discussions with girls’ who had been sexually exploited and female sex workers.
Prior to working with One South, she has participated in several studies commissioned by Plan Malawi, and the World Food Programme (WFP) with the aim of creating child friendly school environments. Recently, she worked as a consultant for The Southern Africa AIDS Trust (SAT) on a study focused on the sexual and reproductive health of adolescents in Malawi.