Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) Specialist

Written by CatherineMwaura, on 29 June 2015.  

Power Africa Launched by President Obama in 2013, Power Africa works with African governments and private sector partners to remove barriers that impede sustainable energy development in sub-Saharan Africa and unlock the substantial wind, solar, hydropower, natural gas, biomass, and geothermal resources on the continent. A unique private sector led model, Power Africa draws on the combined expertise and abilities of 12 U.S. Government agencies, the World Bank Group, the African Development Bank, the Government of Sweden, African governments, and private sector partners. Power Africa’s “Toolbox” approach offers a range of resources and tools to advance key projects on the electricity grid, or beyond it. By leveraging U.S. expertise in energy technology and regulatory reform, combined with U.S. Government and private sector financial resources, Power Africa helps drive quick-impact interventions and policy reforms to push for sustainable energy development. Power Africa’s goals are to increase electricity access by adding more than 30,000 megawatts of cleaner, more efficient electricity generation capacity and 60 million new home and business connections across sub-Saharan Africa. Power Africa also includes the Beyond the Grid sub-initiative, which works to expand rural electrification and access to small scale and off-grid technology.

M&E Practitioner

Written by YandiswaXhakaza, on 14 May 2015.  

Proposal Writing, Conducting Evaluations, Meeting with potential clients, travelling for data collection, conducting workshops, designing monitoring tools and paying very close attention to detail.


Written by CatherineMwaura, on 28 April 2015.  

SAMEA will offer a number of Scholarships to Emerging Evaluators, to attend this conference, in order to support young and emerging practitioners in M&E and to promote the development of a professional M&E community in South Africa and beyond. The scholarship provides funding for deserving delegates to attend the workshops and conference as well as the SAMEA AGM. The scholarship may include registration fees, travel, workshop fees and accommodation

Adolescents HIV Prevention and Impact Mitigation

Written by CatherineMwaura, on 04 June 2015.  

PEPFAR through USAID Swaziland is intending to award an Adolescents HIV prevention and impact mitigation (REACH III) project to Pact Inc. The anticipated project is based on USAID/Southern Africa’s sole source RFA-674-15-000003 for a follow-on award to the Community Rapid and Effective Action Combating HIV and AIDS (REACH) program that Pact Inc. is currently implementing.


Written by CatherineMwaura, on 11 June 2015.  

International Relief and Development is a charitable, non-profit, non-governmental organisation, whose mission is to reduce the suffering of the world’s most vulnerable groups and provide tools and resources needed to increase their self-sufficiency. IRD’s strategic goal is to accomplish this mission by implementing targeted cost-effective relief and development programs that improve the lives of vulnerable groups.

M&E Specialist

Written by AmiraElibiary, on 28 May 2015.  

To facilitate and conduct M&E within and across Organization as well as providing M&E product development and M&E outsourced services, including evaluations, linked to Social Investment supporting Organization to maintain its position at the forefront of M&E and Social Investment.

Request for Proposals

Written by ErikaSchutze, on 27 May 2015.  

TechnoServe-South Africa seeks the services of a skilled evaluation consultant to undertake a mid-term review of its three-year project, funded by the National Treasury Jobs Fund. The overall aim of the project was to expand the fresh produce and livestock commercial markets through the incorporation of smallholder emerging farmers by improving their farming practices and helping them to access finance and thereby creating more jobs on farms in 5 provinces in South Africa. The evaluation field work is expected to be undertaken by 30th July, 2015. It is essential that the final report is submitted to TNS-SA by August 15. Applications for this consultancy should be emailed to by 9am on Monday June 8th, 2015, with ‘TNS-SA Mid-Term Evaluation’ in the subject line.

NVivo Training and Qualitative Data Analysis Services

Written by CatherineMwaura, on 21 May 2015.  

M&E of the iloveLife Project

Written by CatherineMwaura, on 28 April 2015.  

M & E Specialist in Agriculture

Written by DanielleDass, on 20 May 2015.  

If you have a Masters or PhD in Agriculture with a minimum of 10 years M & E in the same sector, we will be keen to discuss an associate business arrangement with you
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