Moyo, Qondi

Communications and Research Associate

  • Qondi Moyo
    UNU Institute for Natural Resources in Africa, International House, Annie Jiagge Road, University of Ghana, Legon Campus, Accra, Ghana
    British, Zimbabwean

    Research Interests

    • Africa-EU-Collaboration
    • Agrarian change
    • Agricultural and Climate Risk
    • Agricultural Development
    • Climate Change
    • Climate resilient development pathways
    • Economic Development
    • Environmental justice
    • Land Policy
    • Political economy
    • Transitional justice


    • MSc Political Economy of Development, University of London – School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS)
    • BA Economics, University of Sheffield, UK

    Biographical Statement

    Qondi Moyo is a development economist specialising in political economy, development economics, green transitions, rural development and food and agriculture. Currently, she works as a research and communications consultant to UNU-INRA. Prior to that, she was a research consultant with IFPRI – Ghana Strategy Support Program where she worked on value chain analysis of chilli production and marketing in Ghana and an analysis of the government subsidy program “Planting for food and jobs”. Moyo has a strong communications background with expertise in editing, report writing, event coordination, content development and public relations.

    Moyo has an MSc in Political Economy of Development from the University of London – School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), and a BA in Economics from the University of Sheffield.