I am an accredited Sphere Trainer and a multi-disciplinary consultant with over 17 years of experience in research and evaluation of humanitarian and development projects for UNDP, UNICEF, UNHCR, ILO, JICA, USAID, Oxfam, Save the Children, Catholic Relief Services, CARE, ZOA and other leading institutions in Ethiopia and the horn. I hold a B.A. in Education and a B.SC. in Business Administration from Bahir Dar University in Ethiopia and a Ph.D. in Regional Planning from Addis Ababa University with advanced training on Refugees and Forced Migration at the University of York, Canada; Survey Methodology at the University of Cologne, Germany; Quantitative and Quantitative Research Methods at University of Liege, Belgium; and GIS and RS at UNESCO-IHS-Delft, The Netherlands. I am an active member of INEE, Sphere Project, and ALNAP.
In the last eight years, I led and participated in more than 42 evaluations, reviews, and training as an evaluator or team leader. Also, I conducted 20+ Sphere and/or Core Humanitarian Standard Trainings. I have proven experience designing qualitative and quantitative methods of evaluations and research in refugee and host communities programming and an urban, peri-urban, and rural context. I am uniquely positioned in humanitarian architecture regimes and evaluating projects on education in emergencies in various refugee settings in Ethiopia and Somalia.
The objective of the training is to provide essential information on the key quality and accountability initiatives with a focus...Find out more »
The objective of the workshop is to provide essential information on the key quality and accountability initiatives with a focus...Find out more
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