creating sustainable microfinance

  • The Secretariat Executive Director Mr. Godfrey C. Chitambo +

    The Secretariat Executive Director Mr. Godfrey C. Chitambo Mr. Godfrey C. Chitambo is educated to MBA level, in addition to a Bachelor of Business Studies degree, both from the University of Zimbabwe. In addition to having been associated with the micro, small and medium scale and microfinance sectors for the past 23 years Mr Chitambo sits on the following boards: Zimbabwe Microfinance Fund ( trustee) Empretec Zimbabwe Microfinance Institution Pension Fund Small and Medium Enterprises Development Corporation (SMEDCO). Africa Microfinance Network (AFMIN) Recently Mr Chitambo undertook a study visit to Bangladesh in pursuit of deeper understanding of the dynamics of microfinance development.  Mr Chitambo has networked extensively in the sector, having done several assignments locally and regionally. Read More
  • Finance and Administration Officer Ms. Judith Nyanderu +

    Finance and Administration Officer Ms. Judith Nyanderu Judith has served as the Finance and Administration Officer of the Zimbabwe Association of Microfinance Institutions (ZAMFI) since 2003. She has 12years work experience in Finance and Accounting and variance analysis, financial accounting policies and procedures, project management, procurement, general office administration and human resources management. Judith has administered several projects, among them: coordinating the SEEP AFMIN 2007 Frame Workshop held in Zimbabwe and helping to set up the Zimbabwe Microfinance Wholesale Facility Trust (ZMWFT) funded by Hivos, DFID and GIZ (2010 to 2012.) Judith has a Higher National Diploma in Accountancy and is a Part D finalist with the Institute Chartered of Secretaries and Administrators (ICAS) Read More
  • Bulawayo Office Coordinator Mr. George Nhepera +

    Bulawayo Office Coordinator Mr. George Nhepera Mr. George Nhepera is the Bulawayo office Coordinator. He holds a Bachelor of Commerce (Banking) and Masters in Finance and Investments, both from the National University of Science and Technology (NUST). Prior to joining ZAMFI in 2013, Mr. Nhepera was a Bank & Microfinance Examiner with Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) for 13 years. The position exposed him to knowledge and skills in onsite and offsite supervision of financial institutions, risk management, compliance monitoring and corporate governance. At the ZAMFI-Bulawayo regional office and working in very close liaison with the ZAMFI board member domiciled in Bulawayo, Mr. Nhepera is in charge of key functions such as MFI performance monitoring, compliance with laws and regulations, chapter meetings, workshops, research and rural microfinance initiatives.   Read More
  • Student Intern Finance and Administration Clara Kupfuma +

    Student Intern Finance and Administration Clara Kupfuma Clara kupfuma is a student attached to the Finance and Administration department for the period January – December 2017. She is currently studying towards a National Diploma in Accountancy at Harare Polytechnic College. Read More
  • Tinashe Pamacheche - Programmes Officer +

    Tinashe Pamacheche - Programmes Officer Tinashe Pamacheche is a holder of an Honors Bachelor’s degree in Economics obtained from the University of Zimbabwe. A dedicated and entrepreneurial Economist with over 14 years career experience in nonprofit organization and government environments. Highly adept in program development oversight and evaluation. Possesses excellent problem-solving and communication skills. Active listening skills to actually hear what people are saying and ask questions when appropriate, time management skills to manage company’s time most effectively, Effective management of fiscal resources to determine best use of resources and exceptional public speaking skills to communication to large groups of people. His key interests are centered on development of infrastructure within the country and around the globe, programme development and how this impacts on development. The interaction between development studies, rural and urban communities and how this affects the position or standard of living affairs within their own societies or countries. His achievements include; successfully rolled out Provincial budget for Rural Capital Development socio-economic projects in 2008, monitored and evaluated more than 10 completed provincial projects in 2007, provided useful insight in crafting and reviewing Departmental Strategic Plan in 2008, mobilised through participatory approach communities towards successful implementation of projects, have attended regional workshops to present provincial project proposals aimed at sourcing funds for water and sanitation projects, the effort of which has culminated in 7 districts receiving funding from UNICEF for 4 years starting January 2007. And his vision is to be part of the decision making team at strategic level of an organisation in initiation and management of socio-economic projects through sound corporate principles which espouse responsibility, integrity, accountability and tolerance for diverse opinions. Read More
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Contact Details - Head Office

74 Rhodesville Ave
Harare, Zimbabwe
Landline: +263 24 2702 146/7 or 2702173
Email: info@zamfi.org


Mimosa Building(Opposite Bulawayo Centre)
Room 4, 3rd floor, 9th Avenue/J.M Nkomo Street, Bulawayo
Tel: +263 9 67485
Email: info@zamfi.org