Quincy Maonde

Senior Associate

Quincy Maonde is a social protection expert with extensive experience in systems design, strengthening and implementation of social protection policies and programmes, sexual and gender-based violence interventions, social work practice, social service workforce (SSW) capacity development and training, child justice administration, family strengthening, community mobilization and case management. Quincy has worked on numerous assignments in Sub-Saharan Africa, mainly in Zambia, Zimbabwe, the Kingdom of Eswatini, Uganda, and Nigeria. Quincy has provided technical assistance in the development of capacity building and training curricula and materials for the social service workforce in case management, child protection, children’s rights, social work ethics, gender based violence-including violence against children, gender and development and supportive supervision in the Kingdom of Eswatini under an EU supported technical assistance project to develop a social protection system for the Government of the kingdom of Eswatini. He has developed training materials on online child sexual exploitation and abuse for justice sector staff in Uganda, as well as the development of training curriculum for Auxiliary Social Workers in Nigeria. Quincy has furthermore practiced Social Work in Zambia, where he gained practical experience in the programme management and implementation of social and child protection interventions, including budgeting, advocacy for children’s rights, strengthening of community-based structures for service delivery as well as Liaison Officer for child justice administration issues.

Experience and Expertise


Thematic Expertise

  • Cae Management
  • Care Reform
  • Child Protection Systems
  • Child Protection in Emergencies
  • Child Rights
  • Costing and Budget / Pub Finance / Cash Transfer
  • Family Strengthening
  • Orphans and Vulnerable Children
  • Juvenile Justice
  • Safeguarding
  • Social Protection
  • Social Service Workforce
  • Violence Against Children
  • Children on the move

Project Experience


Country Experience