Patrick Wamukulu has a Masters in Communication and development from the University of Daystar (Nairobi) with more than 6 years’ national, regional and international development experience in the areas of migration, youth employment, youth civic engagements and participation in democracy and good governance among others. Currently he is working in Tanzania as a Programme Quality and Compliance Manager for SAGCOT an organization that seeks to transform agriculture in Tanzania’s southern corridor by catalyzing inclusive and responsible agribusiness investments. That aside while here in Tanzania Patrick is a champion for the SDGs and the AU agenda 2063. He has example been the Youth Representative and the Co-Chairperson of Youth for Results Network (Y4R) Tanzania chapter, particularly for the COMESA Region. An initiative of the African Community of Practice on Managing for Development Results (AfCoP-MfDR), the AFCOP works to strengthen the capacity of African countries and Regional economic communities (RECs) to accelerate the implementation of regional policies using Managing for Development Results (MfDR) tools and policies. Before joining SAGCOT he worked for the African Union as a Migration and Youth officer. Patrick consults regularly on a number of national and international development processes pertinent to young people with the UN, the Africa union and many other international agencies. He has developed strong advisory, leadership and organizational skills, and has demonstrated that he can operate effectively in a multicultural environment at all levels. He has the ability to analyze complex issues and distil them into viable and alternative solutions.