Mohru Makhmudova is the Country Representative for Tajikistan for the Women and Girls Empowered Project in Central Asia at the Center for International and Private Enterprise.
Mohru grew up in Tajikistan and attended Tajik State University earning a Bachelor’s Degree in Economics and a Master’s Degree in Law at the Tajik-Slavonic University. Most recently Mohru worked at GIZ Company as a women empowerment and income generation consultant in Afghanistan.
Mohru Makhmudova has over twelve years of experience working in both the non-profit and private sector in Central Asia.
She has extensive experience in the following areas: managing projects aimed at private sector development and women’s economic empowerment, working in the field of civil law, and working in the field of food safety (as an internal and external auditor on ISO 22000 and ISO 9000 standards).
She has worked with many women-led enterprises on economic empowerment and leadership, as well as with SMEs in the Region on business development and the implementation of food safety and management standards.
She also has experience as a business coach and self-development mentor.