Nobel Moyo has more than 20 years of experience implementing donor-funded programs in agriculture, agribusiness development, commodity value chain development, natural resources management and rural development. He also has experience supporting institutional capacity building, private sector engagement, and promoting appropriate sustainable resource management policy dialogue with stakeholders at the local, national and regional levels. He has held senior management positions for USAID, USDA and DFID funded programs for more than 14 years.
Nobel has been with Global Communities since 2015. He joined as Program Manager for Malawi for a USDA-funded multi-country Agribusiness Investment for Market Stimulation (AIMS) program implemented in Kenya, Malawi and Tanzania. In 2019, He became Program Director for Kenya and Malawi.
Before joining Global Communities, Nobel served as Local Capacity Institutional Strengthening Specialist for a five-year USAID-funded Feed the Future agriculture program in Malawi. He also worked as Country Manager for four years for the DFID funded multi-country Research into Use (RIU) program implemented by Natural Resources International (NRI) in Malawi, Tanzania, Zambia, Nigeria, Sierra Leone and Rwanda. He facilitated various forms of capacity development in innovation platforms and coordinated strategic dialogues grounded in multi-stakeholder processes as a basis for innovating for sustainable development. Nobel worked for nine years for DAI under a USAID-funded Community Partnerships for Sustainable Resource Management (COMPASS) project. He started as a Community Mobilization Specialist and rose to Deputy Chief of Party and Acting Chief of Party under the program.
Nobel has a Bachelor’s of Science in Agriculture from the University of Malawi and a Master’s of Science in Agriculture Extension from Reading University, UK. Nobel became a Fellow of the Leadership for Environment & Development (LEAD) after going through a two-year modular training in sustainable development. He is also a graduate of the six months British Council modular InterAction Leadership Program.