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Rodwell Masocha Sibanda

Catholic Relief Services South Sudan
MEAL Manager
South Sudan
Rodwell Masocha Sibanda is a CRS Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability and Learning (MEAL) manager and leads the USAID-funded Jonglei Food Security Program consortium MEAL department. He has been in South Sudan since 2010, and has been with the JFSP since inception in 2011. He was the leader in setting up and rolling out the JFSP ICT system before and after the 2013 crisis, having rolled out a similar system using PDAs in Zimbabwe's USAID funded C-SAFE program in 2008.