You are invited to attend this month’s Kampala Evaluation Talk due to take place on 25th May at 2:00PM. The venue will be communicated soon
Theme: Concept note proposing a YEE’s program that will increase technical evaluation capacity nationally and inclusion of YEEs
Presenter: Ms. Theodorah Mwolobi
Brief of Presentation
I will present a concept note proposing a Young and Emerging Evaluator’s program that will suggest how to achieve the goal of increasing technical evaluation capacity nationally and inclusion of young evaluators into evaluation process and activities. Some of the questions that will be answered will include: Who are YEEs?, Why YEEs?, What do YEEs want to achieve?, How YEEs will achieve it?, How YEEs will work, and the impact anticipated.
A member of Youth Power Learning: activities include capacity building for the staff members on how to use the Positive Youth Development Measurement toolkit (PYD), also knowledge sharing; a member of the Uganda Statistical Society where I coordinate institutions with the society for various activities.
I have earned professional qualifications in advanced statistical methods in operating research and evaluation studies, Strengthening M&E Data Management and analysis capacity using Microsoft excel, Using technology to collect and analyze data, and Data analysis Packages-SPSS,STATA, EPI-DATA.
I am a data administrator at Speedy Cause solutions. Key responsibilities include: Mentoring and training the data collectors; Ensuring report tables and listings accurately reflect data within a database; Entering data accurately into a computerized database & Excel spreadsheet; Locate and correct data entry errors; Ensuring documents meet required quality standards; Compiling, coding, categorizing, calculating, tabulating and auditing data; Data manipulation in Excel spreadsheets occasionally carrying out various administration tasks like, photocopying, filing and Reviewing validation output and performing specified manual checks on the data to ensure consistency and completeness; and reporting.
I have carried out research on Ugandan exports on the world; am writing a purely qualitative research on the effects of war displacement on youth culture in South Sudan for the Executive Director CEFORD; I have written a paper on the role of gender and equity focused evaluations in ensuring sustainable development goals that I presented at Afrea conference.
Currently, am pursuing a master’s degree in Monitoring and Evaluation at Uganda Technology and Management University (UTAMU). However, I hold a Bachelor’s degree of science in Statistics and Economics from Uganda Martyrs University (UMU).