Programme Officer (Monitoring and Evaluation)

Posted By: The Aga Khan Foundation India


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Rural and Urban Development

Job Description

The Programme Officer (M&E) will be responsible for guiding the overall M&E strategy for AKF’s multi-input interventions in Bihar (adolescent girls programme, early childhood development and school improvement, water and sanitation and civil society strengthening), and providing timely and relevant information to programme stakeholders. Development of data collection tools, reporting formats, regular data analysis and ensuring high quality of data are other related responsibilities.

Desired Candidate Profile

Post Graduation - Post Graduate-Other

DUTIES AND KEY RESPONSIBILITIES  Review existing M&E systems and assess suitability to information needs. In particular, review existing indicators and programme logic models, data and information collection systems and refine and further strengthen these systems where required. Where possible, explore the possibility of implementing mobile based M&E and MIS systems.  Design an MIS system to facilitate regular tracking of programme progress across key implementation sectors and develop related data collection tools. Support field staff in implementing data collection systems and in undertaking surveys, both qualitative and quanitative.  Regularly review quality of data and methods of data collection, and support field staff to improve quality of data.  Support and assist in the process of identifying resource organisations to undertake surveys, evaluations and impact assessment studies.  Support the process of developing annual/ quarterly/ monthly workplans for various sectoral i

Organization Details

  • Organization Name:The Aga Khan Foundation India
  • About Organization:The Aga Khan Foundation (India) (AKF (India)) is a member of the Aga Khan Development Network (AKDN), a group of 11 independent development agencies addressing the needs of poor and marginalised communities in more than thirty countries where it operates. Since 1978, it has operated in India, implementing programmes both directly and supporting work by other AKDN agencies and partners in rural and urban areas. Active in seven states, its multi-sector programmes include building and strengthening civil society, early childhood development, education, community health, livelihood improvement and agriculture development, skill development, and water and sanitation. In 2008, the Foundation initiated development interventions in Bihar, directly working in urban Patna and supporting the Aga Khan Rural Support Programme (India) in rural Bihar. AKF currently implements programmes on education (early childhood development and school improvement), economic and social empowerment of adolescent g