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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.
Eleutério Duarte
Assistant
Eleutério Duarte serves as Assistant at WCS.
Erwan Sola
Dr.
Erwan Sola serves as Dr. at WCS as Coral Reef Scientist.
Essinate Assane
HR assistant
Essinate Assane serves as HR assistant at WCS.
Feliz Sumane Jairosse
Electrical and mechnic maintener
Feliz Sumane Jairosse serves as Electrical and mechnic maintener at WCS.
Káytone Cátia
Project Coordinator - CWT
Káytone Cátia serves as Project Coordinator - CWT at WCS. Káytone Cátia is Degree in Geography at Eduardo Mondlane University, He has more than 10 years of experience working with different NGO’s, public and private entities. He has got good skills and was engaged on development of proposals, implementation of activities and providing technical assistance in across Mozambique. He was engaged as Consultant on development of Action Plan (Phase II) of Gender and Climatic Change to revise National Climate Change Adaptation and Mitigation Strategy (ENAMMC) of Mozambique and on the development first National Environmental Health Strategy of Mozambique. His work include activities funded by World Bank, USAID, United Nations, European Union, African Green Revolution Alliance (AGRA), Global Fund, Family Health International (FHI360), GEF, Energy and Environment Partnership of Southern and East Africa (EEP S&EA), Embassies and Development Partners based in Mozambique. The area of expertise includes coordinating and providing assistance on Water, Sanitation and Hygiene, Environmental Health, Climate Change, Gender, Health Promotion, Education, Disability & Inclusion, Microfinance and Child Protection. He is acting as CWT Coordinator at WCS.
Lucia Cambula
Conservation and Ecological Monitoring Officer
Lucia Cambula serves as Conservation and Ecological Monitoring Officer at WCS. Lucia Cambula holds an honour’s degree in Ecology and Conservation of Terrestrial Biodiversity in Eduardo Mondlane University, Mozambique. She is currently completing her Masters in Biodiversity Management and Conservation. As an ecologist and project assistant in the area of biodiversity conservation, she has a track record of working with national non-governmental organizations. Lucia is skilled in Biodiversity Research, Data Analysis, Geographic Information Systems and Social Marketing. She recently joined WCS in the Conservation Sector team of the Niassa National Reserve to assist in GIS analysis and ecological monitoring.
Manuel Augusto Mapie
mechanic chief
Manuel Augusto Mapie serves as mechanic chief at WCS.
Naseeba Sidat
Researcher at WCS
Naseeba Sidat has Hons. degree in Marine, Coastal and Aquatic Biology from Biological Science Department, in University of Eduardo Mondlane, Mozambique. Prior to joining WCS, she started the first steps in biodiversity conservation, as volunteer and intern in Centro Terra Viva (CTV), a national NGO that work on Marine field. At CTV, she was involved in environmental education and in the Biodiversity and Ecosystem Program working on the Marine Turtle Monitoring Program. Naseeba joined WCS in early 2017, as technician for COMBO Project (Conservation, Impact Mitigation and Biodiversity Offsets in Africa), which aims to reconcile the economic development and biodiversity conservation and ecosystem services. Her passion for biodiversity conservation brings her to accept new challenges, especially in the coastal and marine area. She has a huge thirst in learning, gaining knowledge and experience in ​​biodiversity conservation.
Renato JADAO De Azevedo
LE Advisor
Renato JADAO De Azevedo serves as LE Advisor at WCS. Renato Azevedo joined to WCS in 2019.

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