& Current Jobs
MCI is currently in Kampala, Uganda continuing on-going support to the Uganda National Roads Authority (UNRA) to develop and apply and agency wide M&E Framework.
MCI has recently completed fieldwork as part of a Mid-Term Review (MTR) of theFiji Women's Fund (FWF). The review is wondering the progress the Fund has made towards end outcomes and has provided key guidance around the transition arrangements to a sole national authority within 2-years.
MCI has recently signed a contract with Coffey International in London to provide M&E support to the Cities, Infrastructure and Growth (CIG). The CIG program is a large-scale UK Government (DFID) funded initiative that covers Myanmar, Uganda and Zambia. M&E functions have been outsourced to Coffey International. MCI's role is to support the CIG implementation team in Myanmar over the next 12-months.
MCI has a busy few weeks ahead with a holiday to New York and on-going home-based work to support a number of key reporting deliverables. Work is continuing on all programs in the portfolio. MCI is also looking to engage more technical assistance to assist with the implantation of key aspects of the program. As always make contact and ask questions. Happy to discuss all opportunities.
August 2019-Present, M&E Specialist, Cities, Infrastructure and Growth (CIG) – Results, Management and Learning (RML) Team, Myanmar, Coffey International and DFID. Contracted as part of global team covering Myanmar, Uganda and Zambia to provide M&E support to the implementing team with technical advice, guidance and support for the successful implementation of a monitoring and evaluation framework for Myanmar that feeds into a broader global results framework and theory of change. Provided both in-country and remote support across a range of strategies involving evaluation design, implementation and technical backstopping support.
July -2019 - Present, M&E Specialist Samoa Governance Support Program (SGSP), Adam Smith International and DFAT. Engaged to design and implement a series of small case studies to demonstrate contribution to key results and outcomes in the overall M&E Framework. Provided guidance, review and drafting of the results framework base don the evidence and findings derived from the case study approach.
April 2019 – Present, M&E Specialist, Improving Project Delivery (IPD), Indonesia, AECOM and KIAT/DFAT The project seeks to strengthen an overall approach to complete relevant technical audits of road enhancements throughout Indonesia. The program supports training needs analysis, delivery capacity development and the updating of relevant user manuals as a means to promote broader institutional change. MCI’s role is to develop a M&E framework and plan to assess progress and performance and develop an appropriate methodology to assess the application of knowledge and skills supervised audits and capacity development.
March 2019 – Present, M&E Specialist, Uganda National Roads Authority (UNRA), Uganda, IMC Worldwide and European Commission (EC). Contracted to support UNRA develop a revised organisational M&E framework to drive institutional and physical works performance over the next 5-yesrs. Work involves an initial assessment of current approaches and application of performance indicators, development of a revised logic structure, integration of balanced sore card approaches to overall M&E and the final development of an approved results framework and strategic M&E Plan. On-going capacity development support is currently being designed and developed.
January 2019 – Present, M&E Specialist, Integrated Road Asset Maintenance and Systems Program (IRAMS), Indonesia AECOM and KIAT/DFAT. The project seeks to introduce and strengthen improved data collection methodologies and overall data storage. The intent is that these improvements will lead to better strategic decisions at the central level and better work programming at the balai level. MCI’s role is to provide an overarching results framework and plan to assess progress and to also develop a suitable methodology to assess how Balai’s are using the enhanced knowledge and skills.