Monitoring and Evaluation: Why This Is Critical for Research and Projects

Date & Time July 1, 2020 1:00pm - 2:00pm
IGL General

Mary Langan A09, PhD Candidate, SAIS, Johns Hopkins

Mary Langan is a Tufts BA (IR '09) and Johns Hopkins SAIS MA (IDEV '11) graduate and a current PhD Candidate at John Hopkins SAIS in the African Studies department. Prior to her current studies Mary worked in the fields of International Development and Humanitarian Assistance, primarily in East Africa. Mary has led Monitoring and Evaluation programming for NGOs in South Sudan, Iraq and Syria and completed evaluations for USAID in Ethiopia, CEIMM in Nicaragua and Fundacion Paraguaya in Paraguay. Mary also led a year-long Randomized Controlled Trial in southwestern Uganda for IPA focused on USAID's childhood health and nutrition programming. In addition to her work as an M&E specialist, Mary has served as a CCCM specialist, managing camps in Iraq and South Sudan and coordinating camp management programming across South Sudan.

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