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Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Officer
M&E frameworks and systems for different projects including
contribution to the design of project indicators, tools for data
collection, storage, analysis of data, and its publication under
the RCM portfolio.
closely with the Central Program team and State Technical
Assistance team to gauge project requirements.
alignment of research and M&E activities with program goals
including defining project targets and developing data collection
tools and preparing evaluation reports;
tracking & delivering all M&E-related reporting
requirements to Internal & External stakeholders.
organize and analyze project data and update project indicators
with program data.
with state-level Data Managers for smooth flow of data.
and implement M&E reporting guidelines and systems designed
to inform the direction of the project, including data quality
and data use strategies.
data management of dynamic data sets- ensuring correctness,
completeness, and timeliness of data shared by the State Leads.
data-related queries and find solutions related to data entry and
and provide mentoring support to staff involved in collecting and
analyzing data and reporting results.
Degree in a relevant field (Development Studies, Public Health,
Epidemiology, Statistics or Life sciences, etc.)
years experience and demonstrated practical skills in monitoring
and evaluation preferably for donor-funded programs.
experience in the Development and Implementation of Monitoring
and Evaluation frameworks and systems required for community
development and technical assistance programs.
developing study design and methodology including study protocol,
sampling procedures, assisting with implementation, analysis, and
interpretation of results and documentation results, and
learnings from the project is preferred.
knowledge of Monitoring and Evaluation principles and practices
capacity to use project M&E to advance strategic goals and
provide data for decision-making.
ability and skills in Data Management, data analysis, and
synthesis, performance evaluation, and correction, and report
in Training, Institutional Capacity-Building, documenting project
learnings for advocacy.
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