Emmanuel BURAKUVYE is an Associate Lawyer of BNM & Co. Advocates law firm. He served as a juge from 2004 to 2010. He has been a Judge at Mwumba Tribunal, Ngozi Tribunal, Bujumbura and Ngozi Courts of Appeal, Deputy- President of Gitega Court of Appeal.
For two years, he served as Technical Director in charge of Training and Technical Supports within the Public Procurement Regulatory Authority (ARMP). Within the Ministry of Justice, he was a member of the pool of trainers of this Ministry. Moreover, he is a National Trainer in juvenile justice, gender-based violence and Procurement. Note that he is a part-time professor at Hope Africa University and at the Ecole Nationale d’Administration (National School of Administration).
He holds a Bachelor of Philosophy, Bachelor of Law and holds a Masters in human rights and peaceful conflict settlement
Specialty Training in Public Procurement (ENA-France)
Training in Public Procurement by IDLO-International Development Law Organization- in BRAZZAVILLE with funding from BADEA (Arab Bank for Economic Development in Africa)
World Bank procedures,
Procedures of the European Union,
Procedures of the African Development Bank (ADB),
Procedures of the Arab Bank for Economic Development in Africa (BADEA).
Training of Trainers in Government Procurement by COMESA-Ethiopian Management Institute of Debrezeit / Ethiopia
Training in Public Procurement, Bujumbura-Burundi
Training in management of courts and prosecutors
Training of trainers in juvenile justice (CERFOPAX)
Training of trainers from the Ministry of Justice (financed by BTC)