Monitoring & Evaluation Portfolio

 

Food for Farmers (F4F)

Burlington, VT: June 2012 (pro-bono)

Facilitated the development of the organizational results framework and M&E plan to monitor the overarching goal and objectives for the organization. This process was conducted with the board of directors and F4F staff. F4F promotes food and livelihoods security among coffee farming communities in Latin America.


Management Sciences for Health (MSH)
Abuja, Nigeria: December 2011 - January 2012

As part of a two-person team, conducted the mid-term evaluation of MSH’s Community Based Support for Orphans and Vulnerable Children (CUBS) program, a PEPFAR funded OVC program aiming to strengthen the capacity of government and civil society to protect and care for OVC.

World Vision International (WVI), Food Program Management Group (FPMG)
Johannesburg, South Africa: January – March 2011

Developed a reference guide for World Vision field staff on how to align food programming with WV’s new Child Well Being (CWB) Aspirations, Outcomes and Indicators. Guided the agency in selecting appropriate outcomes and outcome-level indicators for four categories of food programming, including vulnerable group feeding, school feeding, Food for Work/Assets and cash transfers/vouchers. Also made recommendations to management on how to modify FPMG’s mandate and strategic framework, so that they would have greater impact in relation to the CWB outcomes.

 
U.N. World Food Program, HIV Service
Rome: October 2008 – March 2009

Developed M&E Guidance for food-assisted HIV activities for use by WFP country offices (and partners) worldwide. This entailed conducting research and developing step-by-step guidance on how to design and implement M&E systems for food-assisted HIV and OVC programs, including Care and Treatment, Mitigation/Safety Nets and Livelihoods Promotion. The draft Guidance, entitled The M&E Guide for Food-Assisted HIV Programming, was released in May 2009. Document is available on request.

 
UN WFP
Sept 2007 – Jan 2008

Researched and co-wrote with Kate Greenaway, Getting Started: Food Security Programming for Orphans and Other Children Affected by HIV and AIDS, a manual intended to provide comprehensive guidance and direction for WFP field staff and partners who intend to design and implement food security interventions in support of OVC in the context of HIV.

World Vision International

July-Dec 2007

Developed DM&E Guidelines for World Vision International entitled Making the LEAP -- Applying the LEAP Framework to WV Food Programming.

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