Fairuz Mullagee is a knowledge management specialist with a pro-poor approach to human development. Her special interest is methodology for improving efficiency.
Fairuz is a Southern African Advanced Education Fellow, who has a B.Phil in Social Research Methods obtained at the University of Stellenbosch, Honours in History from the University of the Western Cape, and a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Cape Town.
She is a knowledge management specialist with a pro-poor approach to human development, her special interest is methodology for improving efficiency. She has about twenty years of extensive research and management experience. Her work spans a broad field that includes, Submissions Secretary: Constitutional Assembly South African Parliament, where she was responsible for designing and implementing a system for processing all submissions to the New Constitution. The system successfully processed two million submissions in eighteen months. She was the lead researcher for the South African Women’s Budget Report 2000, entitled “Developmental Social Welfare – Who Benefits and Who Bears the Cost?”