Andrew Nzimbi is an Independent Consultant in Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability and Learning (MEAL). He has 14 years of working experience in the Humanitarian and Development Sectors, supporting MEAL functions for programs in diverse fields and funded by diverse donors, in 10 African Countries and Yemen. He is a proponent of ensuring continuous meaningful and mutual engagement, and communication between providers and recipients of aid. He values accountability and is motivated by mutual learning and sharing of knowledge.
Andrew is: an auditor with the Humanitarian Quality Assurance Initiative (HQAI), a CALP Certified Trainer on Cash and Voucher Assistance Skills for Program Staff and, East Africa Consultant with Ground Truth Solutions. In his different capacities, Andrew makes reference to the Humanitarian Standards.
A series of interactive online workshop for SIMEX 2021 participants. These workshops were facilitated by graduates of the ToT for...Find out more
The Core CVA Skills for Programme Staff course is a 5-day training for technical staff responsible for designing, implementing and...Find out more
Ground Truth Solutions conducts perception surveys to better understand the perception of refugees who receive humanitarian assistance in Uganda. This...Find out more
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