Tafadzwa Kudakwashe is a humanitarian and developmental professional with over nine years of experience in policy analysis, implementation of humanitarian projects and programmes, and civic activism and policy advocacy. He has worked across a range of sectors including social and economic justice, gender, governance, and humanitarian emergencies. In addition, he participated in Social and Economic Justice initiatives as a volunteer for ZIMCODD, Women’s University in Africa, Embassy of Netherlands, and European Access Network (Zimbabwe’s Ambassador in 2013).
Professionally, Tafadzwa has worked for Zimbabwe’s nongovernmental organisations and research consultancy firms. The organisations include Childline Zimbabwe, HelpAge Zimbabwe, Zimbabwe People for living with HIV, Oxfam Zimbabwe and RRR Research consultancy. His work covered children’s rights protection and promotion, gender mainstreaming, promotion of civic participations of marginalised communities (Women, Children, Rural population, People living with HIV and LGBIQ) in development program, strengthening older persons rights and sense of belonging, and consultant work.