Prof. Angela Faith Chimwaza, PhD, SRN, SCM


Angela is an Associate Professor in Reproductive Health at the Kamuzu College of Nursing in Malawi, with over 25 years of teaching and clinical experience. She currently lectures Postgraduate students and supervises their theses.

As Dean of Postgraduate Studies and Research (2006 – January 2013), she took leadership in establishing the first Masters Degree Program at Kamuzu College of Nursing – Masters in Midwifery in 2008. During her tenure as Dean, the college established 5 Masters’ Degree Programs: Reproductive Health, Child Health, Community Health Nursing, Nursing and Midwifery Education.

She is currently also working with ELMA Philanthropies and University of Cape Town on a 4 year project to develop specialized nurses in Neonatal and Child Health Care at Bachelor of Science and Masters’ Degree Level with a view of improving Neonatal and Child Health Care in Malawi.

She has twice been a Fulbright Scholar of the US Government and a recipient of the World Bank Scholarship Award called the Margaret MacNamara Memorial Fund. She is the current Country Focal Group Leader for LAMRN in Malawi.

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