The Monitoring, Evaluation, and Learning Fellow will support the Strategic Information Department in strengthening reporting systems, Mhealth systems, and monitoring and evaluation initiatives for current and future projects, ensuring accountability and efficiency. The fellow will also document successes and lessons learnt for mothers2mothers (m2m) projects and will be responsible for writing project progress reports.
- Participate in district data quality meetings, and other quality improvement forums at district and national level
- Assist with the development and implementation of monitoring systems and tools to measure project progress
- Develop field data collection tools, such as surveys and interviews
- Contribute to the design and implementation of evaluation initiatives
- Conduct quantitative and qualitative data analysis and write research reports
- Ensure quality of data collected through periodic verification procedures including routine data quality audits
- Maintain relationships with partners at the facility and district level, including District health management team (DHMT) and Ministry of Health (MOH) staff
- Collaborate with peer organizations at district level for improved program performance
Skills and Experience
- Quantitative and/or qualitative data analysis skills, including experience with a statistical software package, such as SPSS, Epi-Info, Stata, or Tableau*
- Strong writing skills with experience producing reports, best practices, impact stories, or other similar documents*
- Excellent facilitation skills, with experience conducting trainings or workshops*
- Experience with program reporting to donor agencies*
- Experience in knowledge management, as evidenced by documenting processes, lessons learnt and/or success stories.
- Experience with mobile data tracking platforms, such as DHIS or Commcare
- Prior experience working on health programs, ideally early childhood development (ECD), HIV, or Nutrition
- Experience in conducting research
- Self-Motivated, Hardworking and self-starter
- Team player with good leadership skills
- Willing to take disciplined risks
- Ability to work with minimum supervision
- Ability to interact skillfully and diplomatically with others and build partnerships
- Strong, planning and organizing skills
About the Organization
mothers2mothers (m2m) is an African NGO that employs women living with HIV as Community Health Workers. These “Mentor Mothers” deliver health services at clinics and in communities across ten African nations. Since 2001, we have reached nearly 15 million people with health services, created almost 12,000 jobs for women living with HIV and helped to prevent over 4.3 million HIV infections. Now m2m is evolving to become a primary health care organization, using our proven, peer-led model to tackle new health challenges and reach more people, all with the aim of building a fairer, healthier future. m2m has worked in Malawi since 2008. Since launching in 2008, Malawi has grown to be one of m2m’s most diverse programmes. The programme spans HIV prevention, care, and treatment, reproductive, maternal, newborn, child and adolescent health (RMNCH), early childhood development (ECD) and nutrition services, with an increasing focus on support for adolescent girls and young women.
Stipend, Benefits, and Logistics
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Note: these vary depending on placement country and citizenship.