Julio Mutemba is from Mozambique, married with 4 children, all boys.
He graduated from Eduardo Mondlane University, one of the 50 prestigious Universities in Africa. He holds an honours degree on Sociology and currently doing Masters Studies on Cooperation & Development.
Julio Mutemba also holds a Diploma in Youth Social Work, conferred by Mindolo Ecumenical Foundation in Zambia, and various Certificates, such Advanced Leadership Training Certificate by Haggai Institute, based in the United States.
Since 1997, Julio Mutemba has been working with children, youth and the communities, building the capacity of child and youth practitioners to provide quality psychosocial support to orphans and vulnerable children. Currently he is the Country Representative for REPSSI in Mozambique, coordinating technical support to government and civil society organizations.
In 2013, Julio Mutemba, coordinated a research project on Endogenous Models of Care for Orphan & Youth living in Isolation. His research work has aroused a lot of interest and he was invited to present the findings during the 1st African Conference on Psychology, in Limpopo, South Africa.
He also supported a team of researchers from the Oxford University, to work on the impact of poverty and Isolation.