Thelma ObiakorLead, Research and Evaluation
- Public Policy
- Poverty Reduction Strategies
- Development Communication
- Data Management
- MSc, University of Cambridge, England
- BSc, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada
With over 7 years of experience in research, management, multi sector analysis, financial analysis, macro and micro economics, teaching, and decision analysis, Thelma has the breadth and depth of experience needed to conduct multi-sector, and middle to large scale research that influence policy and decision making
Cloneshouse Nigeria designs inclusive, cost-effective, monitoring and evaluation approaches for state institutions. With this we believe institutions can become sustainable.
Prior to joining us in late 2017, Thelma worked as a researcher in think tanks and research organisations across Canada and Nigeria, and has spearheaded research funded by large donor organisations. Outside of research, she has taught economics at the undergraduate level in Canada, and at the high school level in public schools in Nigeria.
In 2019, she authored the Nigeria Readiness Assessment (NRA), an assessment of federal ministries in Nigeria for Results – Based Monitoring and Evaluation.
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