The Cloneshouse Internship Programme (CIP) offers Individuals (male and female), the platform to learn and carry out Monitoring and Evaluation activities like data collection and data quality analysis, e-learning on basic and results-based monitoring and evaluation, ex-post evaluation, learning studies, impact evaluation, MEL capacity strengthening, proposal writing, report writing, and so forth. 

Consequently, it is with great pleasure that we introduce to you, our Interns for Fall 2021.

Isese Sor

Isese Sor is an experienced Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) professional with expertise in deploying M&E strategies and tools for improved project performance and outcomes; and development of M&E policies and organisational frameworks for M&E integration. She has conducted M&E within the context of several technical and other cross-cutting areas, including health, economic empowerment, governance, social accountability and issue-based/ evidence-based advocacy. Isese recently completed her thesis for a postgraduate degree in Security, Conflict and Development from the prestigious Nigerian Defence Academy, Kaduna (Nigeria). She currently works with Cloneshouse Nigeria as an M&E Intern for the Fall 2021 Cohort.

Kohol Iornav

Kohol has over 5 years of experience in Information Technology (with an emphasis in eLearning Development, Data Sciences, Research, and Digital Marketing). He has a first degree in Statistics & Computer Science from the University of Agriculture, Makurdi (Nigeria), a Master’s Degree in Computer Science from the African University of Science and Technology, Abuja (Nigeria). He is currently a Communication Officer at the Centre for Family Health Initiative (CFHI) and an M&E Intern at Cloneshouse Nigeria for the Fall 2021 Cohort. He is enthusiastic about digital transformation and has a passion to make an impact in the development sector. leveraging with skillset and drive.

Osatohanmwen Okuomose

Osatohanmwen Okuomose is a personal development advocate and M&E intern at Cloneshouse Nigeria for the Fall 2021 Cohort. She has facilitated courses for the University of Washington including Leadership and Management in Health and Monitoring and Evaluation. When she’s not volunteering, she’s in a quiet space reading a book.

It is with pleasure that we open the opportunity up to not just people with experience in the field of Monitoring, Evaluation, and Learning (MEL), but also to those who are looking to begin their career in MEL. Fresh graduates are also afforded the opportunity to gain direct practical experience with Cloneshouse LLC’s work. Learn more about our work here.

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