Gabriel Kamowatimwa is a Monitoring and Evaluation Specialist from Malawi with more than two years of experience in the nonprofit sector. He earned a Bachelor’s degree from the University of Malawi, Chancellor College in Social Sciences majoring Economics with minors in Sociology and Psychology. In 2017, Gabriel Joined the Global Health Corps fellowship, a program for young leaders from diverse backgrounds working towards global health equity. During his fellowship, he was placed at Dignitas International where he worked on treatment and care of people living with HIV/AIDS through the achievement of UNAIDS 90-90-90 targets. Gabriel was also one of the 22 youth delegates who attended the second Global Non-Communicable Diseases (NCDs) Alliance forum in preparation for the UN high-level meeting on NCD in Sharjah, United Arab of Emirates. He contributed to the production of a call for action that informed the forum of youth priorities as regards to the NCD agenda.
Previously, he worked in the Supporting the Effort of Partners (STEPS) project at Counterpart International. In the STEPS project, he monitored the Organizational Capacity Development (OCD) of 27 local Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) working in Agriculture and Environment, Education, Health and Democracy and Governance sectors. He also monitored, provided mentorship and technical support to 5 sub-grantees implementing projects in HIV/AIDS Treatment, Care, and Support, 2 partners implementing Malaria Behavior Change Communication (BCC), 2 Sub-grantees implementing Disability Rights Information and 2 Sub-grantees in Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH). In addition, Gabriel is very active and ambitious with vast experience in event management, social networking, and community mobilization.