Enock Chikava leads the program’s Country Systems Transformation team. He joined the foundation in April 2015 as a senior program officer focusing on crop innovations.
Enock trained in Agricultural Economics and Business Strategy, with 25-years’ experience in agriculture. His career spans from farmer organizations, private sector seed industry, agribusiness, food processing, and now philanthropy. Enock Chikava is a board member of the African Seed Trade Association (AFSTA) and previously served as its president from 2010 to 2012.
He was raised on a four-hectare smallholder farm in Zimbabwe in a family of eleven and has dedicated his life to working towards smallholder farmers' success as they use technology to raise productivity, incomes, nutrition, and economically empower themselves.
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