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Turfloop Graduate School of Leadership
Agricultural Finance Corporation
Appointed Board Member
University of Zimbabwe
Master of Philosophy
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Theresa Moyo - University of LimpopoDr. Moyo is currently working as a Senior Lecturer in Development at the Turfloop Graduate School of Leadership (TGSL), University of Limpopo.She joined the School in 2004.She is also serving as the Acting Programme Manager for the Master in Development Programme, one of the three academic programmes offered by the School.She is an Economist by training.She holds a BSc Hons (Economics), MPhil (Economics), both from the University of Zimbabwe, an M A (Economics) and PHd (Economics) degrees from Dalhousie University in Canada.Her areas of specialization include: Monetary Economics, Micro and Macro Economics and Trade and Development.Dr Moyo taught for twelve years at the University of Zimbabwe where she lectured at both undergraduate as well as graduate levels (Msc Economics) in the areas of Monetary Economics, Trade and Development, Micro and Macro Economics and Principles of Economics.Her knowledge and expertise in Monetary Economics covers an extensive knowledge about how central banks and financial systems operate and function, the role of markets in promoting financial sector development, issues of efficiency and promotion of stable financial systems, demand and supply for financial services etc.Her experience in microfinance dates back to the year 2000 when she worked as the Executive Director of the Southern Africa Microfinance Capacity Building Facility (SAMCAF), a regional network organization which provides training and technical services for the microfinance and microenterprise sector in Southern Africa.SAMCAF is based in Harare, Zimbabwe.Among other training activities, she organized a regional workshop (with financial support from the HIVOS Foundation), on the regulation and supervision of the microfinance sector in Southern Africa.In addition, she has attended many international training courses on the topic (including, but not limited to the Microfinance Network Conference on Regulation and Supervision of Microfinance Institutions-held in Washington DC in 2002), the Conference by the K-REP Advisory Services/ACCION International Training Programme held in Kenya in 2002.She has also attended the Microfinance Training Programme in Boulder, Colorado, USA where among other modules, she took courses in the areas of Regulation and Supervision of the Microfinance Sector.She has also attended numerous courses and workshops on microfinance.In addition, she is a Board member of Zambuko Trust Pvt Ltd, the largest microfinance institution in Zimbabwe.
Dr Theresa Moyo Dr Moyo is a Senior Lecturer at the Turfloop Graduate School of Leadership (TGSL) at the University of Limpopo.She lectures on the Master of Development (MDEV) Programme and is also currently Acting as the Programme Manager.She teaches Development Theory, Regional and Local Economic Development and Research Methodology.An Economist by training, Dr Moyo holds the BSc Honours (Economics) and Master of Philosophy (Economics) degrees from the University of Zimbabwe; an M.A (Economics) and PHD (Economics) degrees from Dalhousie University, Canada.Dr Moyo was a lecturer at the University of Zimbabwe (Economics Department) for 12 years where she taught a number of courses in economics (Principles of Economics, Trade and Development, Microeconomics, Macroeconomics and Monetary Economics). Dr Moyo has also worked in an NGO.Between 2000 and 2002, she was the Executive Director of the Southern African Microfinance Capacity Building Facility (SAMCAF), a regional NGO which specialized in training and capacity development of the microfinance sector in the region.She has been with the University of Limpopo since 2004.
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Dr. Theresa Moyo is a lecturer in the Department of Economics at the University of Zimbabwe.
She is a Board member of Zambuko Trust, a leading microcredit institution in Zimbabwe that currently reaches over 18,000 clients. She is also an appointed board member of the Agricultural Finance Corporation, the biggest agricultural organization in the country.