Team Jules Kazungu (Chief Executive Officer). Jules Kazungu has more than 17 years working experience in agriculture, forest management and training, community forestry, environmental and natural resources management and research in Rwanda. Holds a MSc in Agroforestry and Soil Management from the University of Rwanda. Jules has been involved in management of multi-national projects in the areas of forestry, agro-forestry and agricultural sector where valuable experience has been acquired. Jules held several senior roles on public, private and NGOs projects. Jules has been involved development of the national policies, strategies and field–level technical assistance programs on gender, nutrition, environment, and climate change adaptation and mitigation and renewable energy. Jules has wide experience in Monitoring and Evaluation of. He has undertaken several consultancy assignments in Rwanda, involving baseline studies and work on M&E of agricultural projects related to rural development and food and nutrition security. Ngoga Tenge Gislain (Managing Director) Ngoga Tenge, PhD Candidate in agroforestry. Ngoga has a long experience in environment, Scientist in Soil, water, Agroforestry and Crop modelling from the last 15 years involved in Integrated Soil Fertility Management, Climate Change, Agro meteorology, Crop Modelling and GIS; Expert in GIS and Remote Sensing, environment and Climate change, integrated Water Resource Management at Regional Centre for Training and Water Studies. September 2004 to March 2006: International Institute for Geo- Information Science and Earth Observation (ITC) currently in the University of Twente. Course followed: Geo-Information Science and Earth Observation Programme followed: Water Resources and Environmental Management Specialisation: Advanced Use of Remote Sensing in Water Resource Management, Irrigation and Drainage Awarded Master of Science degree on 10 March 2006 v From 1997-2001: University studies at the National University of Rwanda Faculty, From 1995-1996: University studies at National University of Rwanda Faculty: Science and Agriculture Faculties Department: General Agriculture Awarded « Bachelier en Agronomie Générale » v From 1987-1994: Secondary school at ‘Institut Mwanga d’Uvira’ at Uvira in DRCCongo. Awarded ‘Diplomé d’Etat’ in Mathematics and Physics. Courses in Agricultural Production Systems Simulator (APSIM) modelling course. Developed different species of trees of agroforestry through the Australian government agro-forestry project in Bugesera district of Rwanda Gatarayiha Celestin Socio-Economic and Development Research & Agricultural policies expert Dr Gatarayiha M. Celestin is a PhD holder in Agriculture specialized in Crop Protection and has more than 20 years of experience in Agriculture Sector working with Government institutions, Donors, Private Sector and farmers. He has occupied different senior level posts working in Government institutions, he worked in the National Agricultural Export Development Board (NAEB) as Coffee Value Chain Division Manager in charge of the development of the national coffee value chain for 8 years. Before joining NAEB, he has been working in the former Institute des Sciences Agronomies du Rwanda, currently Rwanda Agriculture Board (RAB) as the Head of National Coffee Research Program where he was in charge of planning and coordinating research activities, linking research and extension in the coffee sub-sector, and representing the program in the regional and international research network. He has published several research papers in international peer review journals and reviewed manuscripts for publication from different journals and book chapters. Dr Gatarayiha has experience in: working in a multicultural team, team organization; implementing donor funded projects, methodical administration to deadlines, multiple tasks handling; and the application of modern leadership methods. JAMES MUNANURA (MSc.) Nutrition and Food Security Lead Consultant. More than (15) fifteen years experience in Nutrition and food security Interventions. Has been actively involved in setting up Rwanda Food systems policy structure through critical analysis setting up the national guidelines and action plan. James has recently completed the policy analysis for circular food systems in Rwanda whereby private sector engagement in mitigating impacts of climate change will be provided with support from World Resources Institute. James has been actively involved as a consultant in providing sector support to the ministry of agriculture in Rwanda through funding from the EU in enhancing implementation of food security and nutrition sensitive agriculture. Strong research background at University of Rwanda and Makerere University in Uganda, with a recent review publication on probiotics. Member of the Rwanda Food and Nutrition Technical Working Group (FNTWG), the Rwanda Society of Food Science and Technology (RFST) and the Makerere University Biochemistry Association, Was Chair of Nutrition Sub-Sector Working Group – MINAGRI, Member of the Agriculture Sector Working Group (ASWG) – MINAGRI. 2017 – 2019, Member of the FAO – IPC (Integrated Phase Classification) methodology – acute and chronic food insecurity classification Technical Working group for Rwanda. Member of advisory Council of One Acre Fund – Tubura. James is PMD-Pro certified in project management for professionals. KEY WRITE AND PUBLICATIONS. Policy analysis for circular food systems in Rwanda – April to August 2022. Co-Authored: Rwanda’s food systems transformation: A diagnostic of the public policy landscape shaping the transformation process. May 2022. Co-Authored: Rwanda Country Diagnostic for National Food Systems Transformation. (August 2021). Probiotics and their attributes in human health therapy: Review May 2020. https://www.granthaalayahpublication.org/journals/index.php/granthaalayah/article/view/IJRG20_B05_3331 Action plan for mainstreaming Nutrition Sensitive Agriculture – A Complementary document for implementation of PSTA-4 2018-2024. Appraisal for PSTA-4 to weigh its contribution towards reduction of stunting. Key recommendations including kitchen gardens and availability of ASFs. Study funded by SNV in ten districts of Rwanda on farmer’s perception of agricultural and Nutrition Sensitive Agriculture services.