Project Manager, Consultant, and Director in Harare Province, Zimbabwe
As Supply & Logistics Specialist, Fredrick Sheshe MCIPS currently leads the supply chain and logistics function for United Nations Children Fund (UNICEF)’s Somaliland program. Prior to this, Fredrick worked for other global organisations including Save the Children International, TEARFUND, IMA World Health, DanChurchAid, ACT-CARITAS, CAFOD and Farm Community Trust of Zimbabwe. His core role is supply chain and logistics management including strategic planning, policy reviews and monitoring policy implementation, managing supply control environment, procurement, order management and managing storage and distribution networks for the entire zonal programs. Fredrick’s knowledge and understanding of global supply chain techniques and their effective application to local public projects remains one key competency and asset.
He has 15 years of rewarding and exciting operational and leadership experience in supply chain/logistics in humanitarian, development and commercial sectors gained while working for national, multinational and international organisations in Zimbabwe, Darfur Sudan, South Sudan, Kenya, DRC, Liberia, Somalia and currently in Tanzania. During this time, Fredrick worked and consulted on supply chain research, setting up distribution/transportation networks, operations system design, procurement including tender design and processing, supply chain strategy development, supply chain human capacity assessment and training, supply chain seminars and workshops and designing supply chain/logistics policies and guidelines for donor projects including World Bank, UNICEF, MDTF, DFID, ECHO, Euro Aid, EU, WFP, UNDP, CIDA, Novib, SIDA, BSF, BPRM, CHF, USAID, Danida; ACT & Caritas Internationalis churches and government grants. Designing, reviewing and implementing change in multiple supply chains remains one of his key strength having worked in various complex projects for over 14 years.