Innocent Wangila WapukhaMonitoring, Evaluation, Research and Learning Fellow
Innocent Wangila Wapukha is the Monitoring, Evaluation, Research and Learning (MERL) Fellow, who graduated from Kenyatta University with a Bachelor’s degree in Environment Health.
What do you hope to achieve while in the AAC?
I hope to apply the monitoring and evaluating tools and frameworks, I have learned, to ensure quality and effectiveness of programme implementation. Through exposure to various AAC programmes, I want to build my performance measurement skills. I hope to gain a proper understanding of monitoring and evaluating advocacy and policy initiatives. Most of all, I hope to gain a clear understanding of the roles of Civil Society Organizations in community development.
What do you hope to achieve after the internship?
I hope to have the confidence to independently handle Monitoring and Evaluation roles in Health and Development programmes. Ideally, I would secure a job in community development or health project implementation/management and apply monitoring and evaluation knowledge and skills to ensure attainment of organisational goals.