Justus Njeru

Senior Analyst

Justus Njeru is a Manager at MSC's Private Sector Development Domain. He has more than 10 years of experience in financial inclusion, agriculture business analysis and business modelling.

He manages field research, data analysis and modelling and designs high quality advice to clients in agriculture value chains financing, financial services and products design, pilot testing and roll-outs. He is certified in agriculture value chains digitization and therefore has consulted and has advised digitization and efficiency enhancement projects. He has ten years of experience in livelihoods, financial inclusion and value chains development consultancy and technical advisory service in Ethiopia, Ghana, Kenya, Malawi, Mozambique, Pakistan, Tanzania and Uganda.

Posts by Justus Njeru

MSC’s support in youth employment initiatives across Sub-Saharan Africa

This video gives the highlight of how MSC supports youth employment initiatives across Sub-Saharan Africa

How do we engage youth in agricultural activities? What are the bottlenecks and possible solutions

This video talks about how we can engage youth in agricultural activities and explores some of the bottlenecks and possible solutions. Watch and learn more

Engaging youth in agriculture

This video explores how we can engage youth in agriculture to help alleviate the unemployment crisis in Sub- Saharan Africa. 

Youth in agriculture: how to engage and retain youth in agricultural activities

This blog focuses on how we can engage and retain youth in agricultural activities. Its also walks us through how MSC helps its clients to tailor its services through vocational training, technological innovation and skills & entrepreneurship development to create opportunities for youth.

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.

How ecosystem issues fail rural FIs to promote digital financial services: Observations from MFIs in Tanzania

MFIs have been central to expanding financial inclusion, creating an opportunity for the rural population and women to enter the financial sector. Further, MFIs enable many poor clients to manage emergencies, raise their incomes and improve living standards. But there is still far to go

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.

Financing Smallholder Farmers in the Digital Age: Lesson Across Africa

This brief provides an overview of the capacity, operational and product-related lessons learnt by MicroSave in supporting financial service providers in Africa.