Rufaro Kangai, Child Resource Institute Zimbabwe Director
Rufaro is the Founder and Director of the Child Resource Institute Zimbabwe.
is involved in grassroots advocacy, orphan care, early childhood development, community health and empowerment of young women and girls in Zimbabwe.
has over five years of experience in the field of HIV/AIDS, sexual and reproductive health, youth counseling and NGO management.
has consulted for international and domestic organizations working in Africa and Asia, and has advised donors interested in funding programs in Zimbabwe and Ghana.
has been recognized for her
work with vulnerable young women and girls in Zimbabwe, and recently delivered a keynote address at the Young African Women's Summit.
has spoken on African issues at ZimExpo events in the United States and Canada, as both a keynote speaker and a participant in a panel discussion on AIDS, Politics, Economics and Religion Panel.
spoke with Memory Banda
, one of the founding members of the Girl Child Network Trust
, at an event organized by the International Development Exchange (IDEX) on the challenges facing young Zimbabwean women leaders.
Rufaro is currently an MBA candidate at the African Leadership and Management Academy (ALMA) and holds a B.A in Broadcasting and Communication Arts from San Francisco State University.