Patience Ndlovu

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Vice President, Bantwana Initiative, International

World Education/Bantwana

Patience Ndlovu is vice president of the Bantwana Initiative. Previously, she was the country director for Bantwana in Zimbabwe and chief of party for the USAID/PEPFAR-supported Vana Bantwana program. Patience also led the development and scale up of the National Case Management System, which has been rolled out to all 65 districts in Zimbabwe and is being replicated in other African countries. Prior to these positions, Patience was the deputy chief of party for the USAID-funded Children First program. She has an MA in policy studies from the Southern Africa Regional Institute for Policy Studies and a BA in rural and urban planning from the University of Zimbabwe.

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