George Muruka led the Private Sector domain in MSC Africa. He has 16 years of experience in development work including research, financial services operations, and product development in East and West Africa. He worked with MSC from August 2008 till March 2019.
George’s work focuses on improving people’s livelihoods through enhanced access to finance and related services through the creation of private sector-driven enterprises and solutions in agriculture, water, and sanitation, energy, and housing sectors. He is trained in international development, business strategy, market research and analysis, financial product development, and project management.
Prior to joining MSC, George has been an Associate Consultant with K-Rep Advisory Services, a Research and Evaluations Manager at K-Rep Development Agency, and a Research Executive at Research International Ltd. He has a master’s degree in research in international development and a bachelor’s degree in community development. He has completed certifications and short courses in financial inclusion and project management. George has traveled across Africa, Belgium, Denmark, India, the Philippines, the UK, and the USA. He is proficient in English and Kiswahili.
Posts by George Muruka
How ecosystem issues fail rural FIs to promote digital financial services: Observations from MFIs in Tanzania
While the advantages of digital transformation for MFIs are set to be numerous, MicroSave takes stock on how ecosystem issues fail rural FIs to promote digital financial services in Tanzania.
Access to housing is a basic right and is important in improving livelihoods of poor people. There have been various efforts to support the poor to access low cost housing. MSC recently with support from Habitat for Humanity International and some microfinance institutions in Kenya, supported the development of housing microfinance to improve housing situations […]