Lovemore Bingandadi is a manager and consultant with 40 years of experience in transport, infrastructure development, and trade facilitation in Eastern and Southern Africa.
Lovemore’s extensive experience in the field has gained him expert knowledge on many facets of transport development in Africa, including:
Gerrit Fischer is an experienced transportation and systems engineer with relevant professional experience of over 40 years in the transportation sector of government, in particular in development of information management systems.
He currently serves on the ISO/IEC JTC1/SC17/WG10, a joint initiative of the International Standards Organization (ISO) and the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC). He has excelled as team leader of multidisciplinary teams on multiple occasions, completing projects such as the design and development of the National Traffic Information System, new generation Driving Licence, and National Road Traffic Law Enforcement Code in South Africa. Gerrit has actively participated in projects relating to cross border transport policy development, regulation and harmonization in the region for the development of the SADC Model Road Traffic Act and Subsidiary Regulations (Road Traffic Model Statute), harmonisation of the SADC model driving licence and the liberalisation of the SADC cross-border permit system. His work in South Africa, Namibia and Lesotho has also granted him extensive experience in strategy and implementation plan development for relevant cross border or regional projects. Gerrit has also aided in the harmonisation of international road traffic regulation by active participation in the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE) Working Party on Traffic Safety (WP.1) work programme to amend and modernise the Geneva Convention on Road Traffic of 1949 and the Vienna Convention on Road Traffic of 1968.
Godwin Punungwe is a strategic thinker and results-oriented Transport, Transit and Trade Facilitation Adviser, Transport Corridor Management Specialist, and Regional Cooperation and Integration Specialist with a passion for contributing to development, especially in Africa.
Over 35 years of experience in railways, road transport and trade facilitation in Sub-Saharan African countries with particular focus in the SADC region where he has worked on promoting implementation of One Stop Border Posts, introducing Coordinated Border Management (which reduced time road trucks take to cross some borders), design of a Corridor Performance Monitoring System based on road transport, promoting National Single Window Systems to expedite exports and imports clearance processes, establishing Corridor Management Institutions, promoting Customs Connectivity for road transport cost reduction, and undertaking a study on sustainable funding of Corridor Management Institutions.
Godfrey is a transportation specialist with professional and managerial experience spanning over 30 years, working in transportation sector and trade and transport facilitation. He is familiar with the regional integration, as well as trade and transport facilitation programs and instruments of the RECs in Eastern and Southern Africa. He worked for COMESA for five years and headed the Northern Corridor Transit Transport Coordination Authority for nine years. He also served as the Regional Advisor on transport and trade facilitation for the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa between 2011and 2013. His consulting experience includes working as the Team Leader on the Study for the Development of Axle Load Control Policy for Uganda; part of a team of consultants on design and costing the conversion of the North South Corridor and the Dar es Salaam Corridor into Smart corridors; Preparation of a 3-year Infrastructure Development Plan for the Darfur region of Sudan; Preparation of a 5-year project pipeline for the NEPAD IPPF; and Preparation of Good Practice Corridor Guide for corridor development for the NEPAD Agency. Prior to joining the TTTFP Team, he was a Short Term Expert for the World Bank, and carried out the review and update of the Northern Corridor Transport and Transit Agreement, to align it with developments in East and Southern Africa, as well as AUC Continental Programs.
Demetria Hatoongo-Mudenda is a seasoned transport and customs sector legal expert, with in-depth knowledge of the owing to over 9 years of legal expertise in the public sector.
Demetria has extensive experience with international development partner funded projects. An expert in comprehensive project cycle management, Demetria has delivered sector coordination, leadership, institutional capacity building, and team building. Demetria has provided National Legal Counsel in the Road Transport and Safety Agency, being responsible for the coordination and facilitation of regional and international development partner projects such as:
Founded in 1988, Fischer Consulting is a management consultancy that develops, implements, manages, operates, and provides training for, among others, traffic, transport, information, and management systems.
Fischer Consulting seeks to advance economic development, social justice, a culture of human rights, and the democratisation of the workplace. Fischer Consulting strives to be a highly successful business that is recognised as the best in the fields in which it operates, by:
Nathan Associates is a private international economic and analytics consulting firm that works with government and commercial clients around the globe to deliver practical solutions and achieve lasting results. Whether building frameworks for economic growth or navigating regulatory hurdles, securing infrastructure financing or evaluating and assessing disputes, Nathan’s experts serve as trusted partners, offering clients the analysis, technical advice, and strategies they need for sound decision-making.
Known for both technical and service excellence and with corporate offices in the US, London, and India and more than 40 program offices around the world, Nathan offers the following areas of expertise, honed since their founding in 1946: