Nhlanhla Ndlovu

Nhlanhla Ndlovu “NN”

Executive Director, Centre for Economic Governance and Accountability in Africa (CEGAA)

Nhlanhla Ndlovu “NN” is Executive Director at Centre for Economic Governance and Accountability in Africa (CEGAA), where he works towards accountable, efficient use of financial resources for wellbeing, promoting good economic governance, budget transparency, accountability, and public participation in government policy and budget development and implementation processes.

He holds a Master of Philosophy Degree in Public Policy (Public Finance, Policy Evaluation – University of Cape Town), an Honours Degree in Commerce (Strategic Management – University of KwaZulu-Natal (UKZN)), and a Bachelor’s Degree in Social Sciences (Psychology, Sociology – UKZN).

He has over 15 years of working on budget monitoring and expenditure tracking (BMET) programs in Africa and elsewhere, and is currently engaged in the Right2Grow (R2G) Consortium of six global partners and several local partners, with a goal of ensuring that “No children under 5 are undernourished”.

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