Thera Rasing (Ph.D.) is Director Research at PRIM (Participatory Research and Innovative Management). As Anthropologist and Gender Specialist she has over twenty years of experience conducting (qualitative) research and consultancies in Zambia and beyond. For seven years she was Senior Lecturer and Head of Department at the University of Zambia (UNZA), Department of Gender Studies. She was Lecturer at other universities in Zambia, Malawi, and the Netherlands. She worked as a consultant for several international organizations and the Ministry of Community Development Mother and Child Health (MCDMCH). She has published four books and many articles.


Dr. Carlos Torres is a Senior manager and ME&L specialist with more than 24 years of continuous experience working in developing countries. He has extensive experience providing vision and overall leadership to USAID ME&L Activities, plus experience in contract management, capacity development, and overall support in addition to overseeing evaluations and assessment reports and services delivered to missions. Dr. Torres has been Chief of Party (COP) of MEL platforms in Nigeria and Tanzania, plus Acting COP experience in Iraq. He has also been the Senior M&E Adviser to USAID/South Sudan, USAID/Iraq and USAID/Kenya through the M&E PERFORM and SUPPORT platforms.


Dr. Cheelo Chilala, BA, MPH, Ph.D. fellow (University of Zambia). He is a health worker, an Environmental Health Technologist by training. His areas of practice include among others health promotion through community mobilization and initiation of sustainable projects. I have good planning, budgeting, facilitation, communication, and strong qualitative research and presentation skills.



Dr. Malama Constantine.Board Member