Tjedu  Moyo

Tjedu Moyo

Guest Blogger

Tjedu Moyo has a BSc Hons in Geography and Population from Lupane State University in Zimbabwe and is studying for a Master's in Climate Change and Sustainable Development with the University of Science and Technology (NUST) in Zimbabwe, focusing on public health, climate change and gender equality. She has five years of experience in strengthening community health systems and in coordinating community-led, public health monitoring and evaluation projects. 

Moyo is the Founder and Executive Director of the Lunia Centre for Youths-Zimbabwe, an organization that acts as a hub for young people to collaborate on climate change and public health. She has contributed to literature, such as this case study, and co-authored Primary Health Care for UHC. The chapter she contributed to a book on ten years of climate change and environmental constitutionalism in Zimbabwe discusses the challenges borne by adolescent girls and women in her home town of Plumtree. Moyo blogs on health, youth, rising social accountability, and stories of change.