Mangaliso Mohammed is a Research Economist at the Eswatini Economic Policy Analysis and Research Centre (ESEPARC). His research focus is on the Employment and Sustainable Livelihood thematic area of the organisation. He has keen interest on research specialising in opportunities for income generation and wealth creation in order to reduce livelihood vulnerabilities in Eswatini, particularly on natural disasters and other economic shocks. He has experience in interdisciplinary research specialising in studies assessing the impact of different development projects/programmes on livelihood security and wealth creation.
He holds a Master’s in Environment and Sustainability from the University of Saskatchewan in Canada. He also holds a Bachelor of Arts with a double major in Economics and Environmental Studies from Brandeis University in the USA.
AREAS OF EXPERTISE
Research Fellow, ESEPARC
Research Assistant – Agricultural Economics & Business Economics Department, Saskatoon (Canada)
Research Assistant – University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon (Canada)
Research Interviewer – University of Alberta Population Research Lab, Edmonton (Canada)
Information and Borrowing Assistant – Brandeis University, Waltham (USA)
Environmental Management and Pollution Control Assistant (Sorensen Fellowship) – Municipal Council of Mbabane, Mbabane (SD)
Environmental Health Assistant – South-eastern Centre for Environmental Excellence, Methodist University, Fayetteville, North Carolina (USA)
Assistant Secretary and Librarian – Alliance Française du Swaziland, Mbabane (SD)
M.A., Environment and Sustainability – University of Saskatchewan (Canada)
B.A., Economics and Environmental Studies – Brandeis University (USA)