Dr Misheck Chiware – Authority Chairperson

Medical Doctor (Retired Obstetrician and Gynaecologist)

Dr Chiware is a holder of Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery (MBchB) and a member of the Royal College of Obstetrics and Gynaecology. He also holds a certificate in Gyneacological Diagnostic Laparoscopic Surgery from Johns Hopkins Medical School in the USA and is a Fellow of the Royal College of Obstetrics and Gynaecology. Dr. Chiware has over 40 years of working experience. He is a Member of the Medical and Dental Professions Council of Zimbabwe, the Preliminary Investigation Committee and Health Professions Council of Zimbabwe. Dr Chiware is also an ordained preacher in the Methodist Church in Zimbabwe

Dr Clemence Duri

Medical Doctor, Public Health Specialist and Entrepreneur

Currently employed at City of Harare Health Department as the Medical Superintendent of Beatrice Infectious Disease Hospital and TB Programme Manager for the metropolitan City of Harare. Aspires to be a true servant leader, results oriented, strategy oriented and Christ driven individual. Led a successful City of Harare 2019 cholera response with minimal mortality when he was the Acting Director of Health Services for the city. Successfully applied TB Reach grant twice which made a difference in the lives of those affected and infected by Tuberculosis

Dr Susan L. Mutambu

Dr Mutambu is a full-time Senior Lecturer at Medical Laboratory, AU.

She is a holder of PhD in Biomedical Sciences, Master in Medical Parasitology and Bachelor of Microbiology and HND Applied Biology degrees. Dr. Mutambu has over 20 years working experience. She was awarded the Joseph Alicata Award by University of Hawaii at Manoa John A Burns School of Medicine for Outstanding student and Dean’s Graduate Award. Dr Mutambu has published many papers such as ‘Inclusion of edaphic predictors for enhancement of models to determine distribution of soil transmitted helminths’ and ‘Reduction in Malaria Incidence following Indoor Residual Spraying with Actellic 300 CS in a Setting with Pyrethoid Resistance and High Resolution Plasmodium Falciparum Malaria Risk Mapping in Mutasa District, Zimbabwe: Implications for Regaining Control’ e.t.c