Khadebe Makenete is a dedicated Monitoring and Evaluation Officer, currently serving in the Office of the Deputy Director General of the Africa Centres for Disease Control and Prevention (Africa CDC). With a passion for numbers, Khadebe plays a crucial role in supporting various projects, including the African Union COVID-19 vaccination Bingwa Initiative.
His educational background reflects his strong analytical skills, having graduated with a degree in Economics, Applied Statistics, and Industrial Mathematics. Additionally, he has acquired a wide range of certificates in Monitoring and Evaluation, further enhancing his expertise in this field.
As a detail-oriented professional, Khadebe is responsible for providing valuable analysis and technical feedback on monitoring and evaluation plans for different divisions, programs, projects, and activities within Africa CDC. His commitment to ensuring quality data collection and his proficiency in data analysis contribute to building credible evidence that aids decision-making and strategy development at Africa CDC.