Tony holds a Master of Arts degree in Economics and a Bachelor of Social Science (degree) from the University of Malawi- Chancellor College. Having completed a 6 months on job training program with the African Development Bank as, he joined Millennium University and worked as a Lecturer in Economics. He has recentlly joined the African Institute for Development Policy as Research and Policy Associate. He possess strong academic training in quantitative studies and use of statistical software for analysis. He has previously worked in areas of health programs that target women and vulnerable children and documented the social injustices that affect women access to various care. He has published in a number of journals including Risk Management and Healthy Policy, International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, Migration and Development and Central African Journal of Public Health. His research interest is in applied Microeconometrics.
|The unintended consequences of the Malawi Farm Input Subsidy Programme (FISP): Women's entrepreneurship and financial inclusion.||Malawi||Gender & women’s empowerment , Entrepreneurship , Financial inclusion , Agriculture and food security|
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