The Cloneshouse African Internship Programme (CAIP) 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.

The Cloneshouse African Internship Program typically seeks candidates from all across Africa, with both experience and inexperience in data collection activities 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. It is with pleasure that we open the opportunity up to not just people with experience in the field but also to those who are looking to begin their career in Monitoring and Evaluation.

Consequently, it is with great pleasure that we introduce to you, our Evaluator Interns for Summer 2023.

Esther Odi Tieku

Esther is an enthusiastic Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) professional interested in global development issues, specifically youth development, rural development, circular economy, sustainability development, and gender equality. She completed her undergraduate degree in Natural Resources Management with a major in Agroforestry from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Ghana, and is currently pursuing a postgraduate program in Planning, Monitoring, and Evaluation at the same institution. Her interest in M&E stems from its relevance in ensuring effective project implementation and accountability.

Hashimu Adamu

Hasimu is a youth advocate with over 3 years of experience in designing, managing, and implementing youth development programs. He is the Technical lead for the #SheVotesToo campaign supported by Plan International, Action Aid, Oxfam, Friedrich Ebert Stiftung, and Save the Children Nigeria with the aim of amplifying the voices of young people for an inclusive and sustainable pathway for political participation.
Hashimu is a fellow of three (3) prestigious professional organizations. First is the Nigerian Prize for Leadership (NPL), and the Legislative Mentorship Initiative (LMI), and third is the Open Minds, Young Voices of Friedrich Ebert Stiftung Nigeria. His interests include youth inclusion, governance & democracy, poverty eradication, public policy, and CSO advocacy strategies. Currently, Hashimu is a Youth Advisor at Plan International Nigeria

Keletso Moleta

Keletso is a Health Information Management specialist with experience working in the monitoring and evaluation department in the Ministry of Health under the district health management team(DHMT). She is also passionate about volunteering and has volunteered with Dreams Alive Club as a monitoring and evaluation volunteer. Her areas of expertise are data management, data quality, and data analysis. As an aspiring monitoring and evaluation professional, she aims to contribute and learn from the Cloneshouse team.

Kingsley Nwaozuzu

Kingsley is a seasoned ICT Facilitator, Spreadsheet Specialist, Data Entry Officer, Data Collector/Operator, Data Software Implementer, ICT trainer and an intended Data Analyst, and have also demonstrated over 6 to 8 years data handling experiences and skill sets in various companies, industries and organizations. He is a graduate of Federal University of Technology Owerri, Imo State, Nigeria where he studied Petroleum Engineering, emerged with a Bachelor of Engineering (B.Eng.) honors.

Andrew Eric

Eric is building Agrofix, an initiative dedicated towards a nexus of agricultural and climate sustainability, for a world where communities can thrive, and children can go to sleep without hunger, where women and girls, who are hugely impacted by climate vulnerabilities are safe, healthy and empowered towards a sustainable future. In pursuit of this mission, he has successfully implemented projects that has empowered rural women to grow backyard vegetables, provided training on nutrition and health, and educated adolescents on the climate crisis and the transition to a greener world, among others. He is a B. Agriculture student of Bayero University Kano, Nigeria, a Shell Nigeria Exploration and Production Company (SNEPCo) scholar, a Youth Ambassador for the International Adolescent Health Week (IAHW) 2023, a Champion for the PACT against Tobacco, and a LEAP Africa Youth Leadership Program (YLP) Alumnus.

Evelyn Ayede

Evelyn is a social development personnel focusing on child education, menstrual health, and project management.
She is currently affiliated with Friedrich Ebert Stiftung Foundation via the Open Minds Young Voices (OMYV) program, where she has hands-on training on community development, gender justice, good governance, and climate justice.
She made a notable impact through her previous roles as Programs Officer at Sevhage Literary Development Initiative; and Communications Lead at A Teen For God Initiative, respectively. She is keen on learning the Monitoring and Evaluation methodologies to improve her impact in social development.

Enoc Simeon Kra

With nearly four years of experience as a social justice worker, Enoc has been actively involved in collecting data, planning workshops, and conducting outreach activities within the youth community to raise awareness about Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR). Enoc specializes in advocating for the rights of key populations and striving for improved policies concerning forced migrants, drawing from a background in forced displacement.
Enoc’s previous position involved working as a survey enumerator, where valuable experience in data collection and analysis was gained. This role contributed to research efforts and provided insights into gathering important information.

Florence Nyambura

Florence is an M&E professional, completing her Master’s degree in Monitoring and Evaluation at the University of Nairobi. She is currently an employee of Consumer Insight Research Ltd, where she holds the position of Data Analyst/National Research Lead. Her role is to manage all field data collection jobs in East African countries, keen on ensuring the quality of data, qualitative data analysis, and work ethics. She has over 6 years of research work, both qualitative and qualitative. She is a member of EvalYouth Global Network (Task Force 4), whose charge is Youth Participatory Evaluation. She is a member of the AfreA Regional Network, where she collaborates with the Regional Champions as a Member of the Technical Working Group to fulfill the YEEs mandate. Florence is also a member of EvalVijana YEE Network, where she holds the treasurer position.

It is with pleasure that we open the CAIP opportunity up to not just young Africans 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’s work. Learn more about our work here.

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