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Eunice G. Kamwendo
Eunice is a Macroeconomist and Strategic Advisor for UNDP Africa, a Bureau that oversees 46 countries in Sub Saharan Africa. With over 20 years of experience, she provides strategic advice to the region on economic development issues, including sustainable development, structural transformation and medium to long term development planning. She leads and coordinates several knowledge products on Africa including the Africa Sustainable Development Report, LDC Graduation issues in Africa and regional human development reports. Prior to UNDP, Eunice worked as a Research Analyst on Economic Governance for the continental African Peer Review Mechanism (APRM) as well as a Senior Economist and special advisor to the Secretary to the Treasury on macroeconomic issues and IMF engagement in the Ministries of Finance and Economic Planning in Malawi. She holds a Master of Science and Bachelor of Social Sciences degrees in Economics from the Universities of Southampton and Malawi, respectively.