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Rose Tuyeni Peter

Rose splits her time between partnership management, as part of the Strategy, Growth and Impact (SGI) team, and project management as part of the Insights team. As Partnership Manager, Rose is responsible for developing and maintaining new and existing client relationships and optimising these in relation to revenue targets. As part of the Insights team, she manages several projects across a variety of thematic areas. Rose first joined Cenfri between 2016 to 2018 as a Research Analyst working on the MAP Zambia financial sector diagnostic and later worked as part of the Payments team on the Barriers to Remittances series of studies, after which she left to pursue an MSc in Health Economics.

Prior to rejoining Cenfri in 2022, Rose worked as an economist for a Cape Town-based multidisciplinary consulting firm with a focus on health and financial services. She was the technical lead on much of their telemedicine work and worked on both donor and private sector projects for clients such as the World Bank, the United Nations Development Programme, StanLib, Allan Gray’s E Squared Impact Investment Fund, and the Cancer Alliance, among many others.

  • MSc in Health Economics and Decision Science, University College London (awarded with distinction)
  • MCom in Applied Economics, University of Cape Town (awarded with distinction)
  • BCom in Economics Honours, University of Cape Town
  • BCom in Management Studies, University of Cape Town
Recent Work by Rose Tuyeni Peter
5 lessons for designing fit-for-purpose health microinsurance
Gakere is a 49-year-old mechanic from Nairobi, and like ...
Payment systems in sub-Saharan Africa
This two-part note series explores the state of national and regional payment systems in sub-Saharan Africa ...
MAP Zambia diagnostic and roadmap to financial inclusion
From 2009 to 2015 the proportion of adults, financially excluded from any financial service, decreased from 6...
Delivering on the promise of digitising payments in Zambia
Digital financial inclusion holds great promise. Last year, a ...
Save me from myself
Exploring the disconnect between providers and consumers of savings products in Zambia...