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Monitoring and Evaluation Specialist

Posted by Ato Parker on Fri, 19 Jun 2015 - [Research]

Establishing and managing a robust monitoring, research and evaluation system with well-defined results, milestones and targets for the implementation of donor-funded programs of Violence against women in the country

Establishing and managing a performance monitoring framework with clear-cut goals, outcomes, outputs, inputs, processes, indicators, data needs and sources, and reporting formats and frequency, for effective monitoring, reporting and updating progress of donor-funded programs and projects in different sectors;
Developing a comprehensive baseline of infrastructure provisions, basic services and socioeconomic conditions in the target areas and collecting periodic data and information against the baseline to assess and report on the overall development of these areas. Baseline data will be collected through survey and review of existing information;
Work closely with MIS Specialist in developing MIS for MSDP with performance indicators and targets embedded in the system for implementation and tracking;
Assisting management and Sector Specialists in developing program, project and sector-wise work plans and overall monitoring framework;
Coordinating closely with the partner town administrations for data planning, identification of data sources, and collection of data for monitoring purposes;
Preparing periodic progress reports on MSDP and related projects with the support of Sector Specialists and in close coordination with the town administrations;
Monitoring and following up progress on various proposals, meetings, reports, working papers etc. with concerned authorities;
Identifying key issues, lessons learned and best practices in PMU managed programs and projects and organize research and documentation; and
Organizing and conducting mid-term and post-project evaluations of MSDP and related projects in the target areas.