Oludotun BabayemiMonitoring, Evaluation and Learning Specialist
- Business transformation
- Evaluation Design
- Strategy Planning
- Content Analysis
- Data Management
- MA, University of Saarland, Saarbrucken, Germany
- Graduate Diploma, University of London, England
- Graduate Certificate, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
- BSc, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile – Ife, Nigeria
With more than 12 years of experience in development cooperation, entrepreneurship, organization development, business planning, financial analysis, operations, and decision analysis, Oludotun has the breadth and depth of experience needed to quickly understand organization’s need and craft the most suitable solutions.
Cloneshouse Nigeria mission to strengthen institution in Africa by providing technical assistance in the area of monitoring and evaluation is quite pertinent to – reflecting on the past, present and future of Africa.
Before committing his time to Cloneshouse Nigeria, Oludotun was the Country Director of the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) Earth Hour project in Nigeria, and also the co-founder of Connected Development (CODE). Previously, Oludotun held various analytics positions in Lagos at Pfizer Incorporated, and at Internews, USA focusing on product quality control and data mining respectively. He has also worked as a research scholar fellow at the National Endowment for Democracy in Washington DC, USA.
At Cloneshouse Nigeria, Oludotun leads multi-sector monitoring and evaluation activities from pre-design to evaluation use stage. In the past 10 years, he has been involved in development evaluation of programs with the Japan International Corporation Agency, European Union Commission, GIZ , and Department for International Development (DFID).
Oludotun is a Stanford University Draper Hills Center on Democracy, Development, and the Rule of Law Fellow; a member of the Nigeria Evaluation Association; the American Evaluation Association and the Institute of Management Consultants.
Are you about administering a questionnaire to your program participants? Are you wondering how many of those participants you need to respond to your program survey to be “statistically correct”? In this resource, I am creating a list that shows the sample size you should be considering for your program survey. Krejcie and Morgan inMay 29, 2020
[Data used in this article can be found at https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1TIKi5ZcNQcTCrc4TnmRXce5tnNG_Hx4S7z7vAjDwbFs/edit?usp=sharing and on our monitoring platform at https://covid19nigeria.ushahidi.io/ ] Testing Capacity As at the end of May 1, 2020, Nigeria has recorded 2,170 cases in 34 states and the Federal Capital Territory. (In our last published analysis on COVID19 in Nigeria, we predicted Nigeria might haveMay 2, 2020
The first case of SARS-CoV2 Coronavirus (COVID-19) was reported in Lagos, Nigeria on February 27, 2020. As at April 2, 2020 its infection has been reported in 13 states of the country. In the visualization below, we explore the number of cases in the states with time. Data was collected from the COVID-19 Nigeria real-timeApril 3, 2020