Moses Luboyera provides overall direction on the financial and operational aspects of the Karamoja Resilience Support Unit Project in Uganda. He works to ensure compliance with donor regulations, Ugandan laws and regulations, and Tufts University systems and procedures.
Moses has been working in project financial management, office administration, and grants management for NGO and donor funded projects in Uganda since the early 1990s. He developed his expertise in setting up financial systems and documentation procedures, as well as in training finance personnel, with a variety of community-based organizations delivering interventions in the health, education, environment conservation, childcare, and post conflict management sectors. These projects include SOS Children’s Villages Uganda, Africa Humanitarian Action, Uganda Land Alliance, USAID/JHU/DISH Project, USAID/JSI/AIM Program, USAID/DAI/Prime West Project, Child Fund International, USAID/RTI/IRS Project, USAID/STAR E Project, Nile Basin Initiative/Global Water Partnership Project, and Right to Play Uganda.
Moses holds a B.A. in business administration (upper division) from Makerere University in Uganda, a diploma in business education (specializing in accounting and commerce) from Kyambogo University in Uganda, and an Accounting Technicians Certificate from Uganda Management Institute.