Panji Harawa – IT Manager
Mr. Panji Harawa is a Holder of a Master’s degree from Buckinghamshire New University Wycombe UK in Information and Communication Technology Management (MCM) and certified by United Kingdom Telecommunication Authority (UKTA). He is also a holder of a Bachelor’s of Science Degree in Computer Science, Physics and Mathematics. Currently he is the ICT Manager for Youth net and Counselling having joined in 2014. He has vast experience is ICT Strategic Management and Planning, ICT Resources Mobilization, Internet Governance and Project Management on ICT4D. He has taken part in a number of Trainings such as Satellite Communications by International Telecommunication Organization (ITSO) and International Telecommunications Union (ITU) facilitated by African Advanced Level Telecommunications Institute (AFRALTI) in Nairobi Kenya. He has also taken part in a Mobile Health African Conference by Delight Consult Nairobi Kenya. In additional he attended the International AIDS Conference 2016 in South Africa, The International Telecommunications Union (ITU) Conference in Bangkok Thailand as well as a Child Helpline International Conference. He has significant experience in mobile application development, database design and management, and systems analysis and design. He is also a dedicated researcher and a Specialist on Development and implementation of ICT4D systems and applications. As an experienced system and software developer he has focused his Research on Development of ICT4D tools on young people and vulnerable groups. He is also part of an e-communication research group.
Chikondi Mwale – IT Officer
A bright, talented and ambitious IT, network and systems specialist with a strong technical background who possesses self-discipline and the ability to work with the minimum of supervision. Having exposure to a wide range of technologies & able to play a key role in diagnosing hardware, software, network and systems problems and to ensure that quality solutions meet business and organization objectives
Chikondi holds University Diploma in Computing and Information Systems obtained at University of Malawi, Chancellor College, Diploma in ICT/Networks Essentials obtained at Lilongwe Technical College, Certificate in Data Management (SPSS) platform obtained at University of Malawi, Chancellor College. He is currently working as an IT officer for Youth Net and Counselling (YONECO) since December 2015.
His career goal is to become a Web master, Network and systems (database Administrator) and he is also much interested in computer programming (PHP) and Linux systems administration. Chikondi also is purposely driven in developing ICT tools and platforms thus involved in learning new development platforms such as Laravel, Android Studio, and Graphic Designing.
He has taken part in a number of Trainings such as VIM ware software update training at Protea Ryalls Hotel, Blantyre in 2016, and ITU Child Online Safety Workshop at BICC, Lilongwe in 2016 and Commemoration of Safer Inter Day (SID) at Protea Hotels Ryalls, Blantyre in 2018.
Moses Chongoloka Msukwa – IT Officer
Moses Chongoloka Msukwa
Moses Msukwa holds a bachelor’s degree in computer science and mathematics from the University of Malawi Chancellor College obtained in 2017. He holds two Linux networking certifications earned through the Chancellor College Computer department in the year 2016. As a student he once served as the vice president of Chancellor College Computer Society (Comsoc).
He is quite competent with the following application development frameworks ionic, angularjs, jquery, Ruby on Rails, CodeIgniter, and Laravel plus a number of software development Environments like android studio. Since joining YONECO, Moses has worked on a number of software development projects from web to mobile based applications that aim at enhancing the use of ICT across YONECO’s departments and its programming.
Moses is purposely driven in developing ICT tools and platforms for psycho-social and economic development with the aim of working and empowering young Malawians and vulnerable groups across Malawi. He upholds high interest in (learning and he regards) big data, Artificial intelligence and machine learning as some of the disciplines to drive the ICT industry in organizations and Malawi as a nation.