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Martins Mahumane
Martins serves as Office Assistant in the WCS Mozambique Country Program Office in Maputo. Martins Mahumane recently joined WCS as an administrative assistant and driver. Before joining WCS in 2018, Martins worked as administrative assistant and responsible for the sector of logistics and fleet management of Australian company Aurizon International in Maputo Pty (2012-2015) During 2008-2012, Martins worked as a freelancer for several car rental companies in the city of Maputo as a Driver and Tour Guide. He was a driver for the SADC Ministerial Committees, Politics and Diplomacy. 2004- 2008- Martins was part of the social television team, having spent little time until joining Game Maputo as a sales promoter.
Jose Filimao Sitoe
Law Enforcement Officer
Jose Filimao Sitoe serves as Law Enforcement Officer at WCS.
Alberto Muchanga
Intelligence Database Analyst
Alberto Muchanga serves as Intelligence Database Analyst at WCS.
Alberto Nossapia
Logistic Manager
Alberto Nossapia serves as Logistic Manager at WCS, in Niassa Special Reserve Headquarters, Mbatamila.
Americo Sarmento
HR manager
Americo Sarmento serves as HR Manager at Niassa Special Reserve. Americo Sarmento completed his degree in business management and specialization in Strategic Human Resource Management. In addition to his teaching career, Américo Sarmento began his professional career working at CFM – Port and railway company as human resource generalist. Then, from 2005 to 2014, he worked at Vale Mozambique in the human resources area where, among various duties, he was a training and development manager In 2015 he started working at CDN - Northern Development Corridor where, in addition to being responsible for the training and development process, he was also responsible for the recruitment and selection process. In 2017 until May 2019 he started to work at Heineken Mozambique where he was performance and organizational development Manager. From June 2019 to February 2020 was working and human resource consultant at Atittude and from March 2020 he started to work for WCS, based in Niassa Special Reserve.
Angelina Mario
Human Resource Assistant
Angelina Mario serves as Human Resource Assistant at WCS. Angelina Mauaniha Mario Pintainho, was born on 06/26/1992 in the Macomia District, in the Cabo Delgado Province. She did her pre-university education in Mocímboa da Praia and in 2017 she did her degree in Human Resources Management, from the Pedagogical University. She joined WCS in 2017, where she played the role of Logistics Manager for the East Section of the Niassa Special Reserve, in Irangue base. Now she is currently based in Mbatamila, headquarters of Niassa Special Reserve.
Ângelo Martins Muganiua Francisco
Monitoring and Evaluation Coordinator - Niassa National Reserve
Martins Muganiua Francisco serves as Monitor and Evaluation Coordinator at Niassa National Reserve. Angelo holds Master degree in Environmental Quality from FEEVALE University (Brazil) and a degree in Biological Sciences focused in Ecology from Eduardo Mondlane University (Mozambique). He also has several training programs in environment management, health & safety, risk assessment, biodiversity, biosphere reserve, waste management, adaptation and resilience to climate change, Oil & Gas and decision making tools. Angelo is currently working for the Wildlife Conservation Society Mozambique as Monitoring & Evaluation Coordinator at Niassa National Reserve. Before joining WCS, he worked at Portucel Mozambique as Sustainability Technician, where he dealt with environmental issues and some social and community aspects and also made several reports. He has 10 years of professional experience, having worked in both private and government sector and on the profit and non-profit organizations in the areas of environmental quality, environment awareness, public consultations, recovery of degraded areas, territorial planning, mining, marine turtle monitoring, environmental permitting/licensing, protected areas, waste management, environment monitoring (groundwater and surface water, dust, noise, biodiversity, ichthyology and data analysis). Angelo has a lot of experience working in rural areas of Mozambique and is highly committed to the protection of nature, environmental balance and sustainability.
Antonio Mugeque Chico Sitole
Graduated in Law on Eduardo Mondlane University and registered as a lawyer at the Mozambican Bar Association since 2008. From 2013 to 2017 he served as Lawyer and Legal Adviser at AS LEGAL CONSULTING GROUP. From 2016 to 2019 he was Legal Advisor to the City Council of Pemba in the areas of Administrative, Civil, Environmental, Land and Criminal Law. Antonio Mugeque Chico Sitole serves as Law Enforcement Lawyer at WCS since 2019.
Chabane Rajabo
Procurement Manager, NNR Administration
Chabane started his career in logistics with high school where he gained passion for the area and did the first steps in his career,. In 2000 he graduated in Political History and Public Management and later completed a master's degree in Business Management Administration at Catholic University of Mozambique. In 2017 he joined WCS to serve as Procurement Manager for the Niassa National Reserve Administration.
Cipriano Martinho
Community sustainable development manager
Cipriano Martinho serves as Community sustainable development manager at WCS. Cipriano Martinho is a Mozambican with a Master's degree in Soil and Water Management, emphasis on Environmental Agrobiology, from the Public University of Navarra, in Spain since 2012. Agronomist with more than 25 years of experience, he has a long professional history in the programs implementation related to the transfer of agricultural technologies, research for development, agribusiness, associations, agricultural input markets and inclusive marketing, agricultural technologies resilient to climate change and promotion of sustainable livelihoods in communities. Having worked during these years with national and international NGOs, the public and private sector in central and northern Mozambique, helped Cipriano to build a large network of horizontal and vertical professionals, an important factor in promoting partnerships. However, he has successfully explored community development project management tools, team leadership, development project design, strategic planning for lobbying and advocacy for small farmers. In fact, before joining the WCS team in the Niassa Special Reserve, he identified himself with the promotion of local initiatives for the development and diffusion of skills for small farmers in the context of sustainable livelihoods, in line with the legislation that regulates community rights in land and natural resource areas.

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