Ms. Yetunde Adegoke
Director of Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning
Engineer Yetunde Adegoke has a BEng Civil Engineering from the Leeds University, and an MSc in Water and Environmental Management from WEDC, Loughborough University, UK. She is an experienced development professional with specialization in Monitoring, Evaluation, Learning and Adaptation with work history that cuts across private sector, public sector and overseas development experience with UK, Nigerian and Dutch NGOs, multi-lateral and bi-lateral organisations. She is a member of the National Association of Evaluators.
Most Recent Experience and Consultancies
European Union Delegation to Nigeria & ECOWAS Project Manager, Health, Nutrition and Resilience Management of the Water Supply and Sanitation, Sector Reform Programme (WSSSRPIII) project implementation in co-ordination with National Planning Commission. Support to project management of Health Programmes including EU focus person for the Secretariat role to Health Development Partners Group. Providing technical support for the overall M&E and service delivery thematic area of the Open Government Partnership Second National Action Plan as part of the technical working group. A member of a team of experts funded by DFID on the DFID PERL-ARC (DAI), in Abuja, Nigeria to document and evidence how the Community of Practice approach is contributing to achieving reforms through sharing and learning. Part of a team of experts funded by DFID to provide technical assistance to develop, strengthen and document the role of Regional Hubs in the strategic coordination of learning processes to institutionalize governance reforms in individual states and to build regional capability.
Ms. Yetunde Adegoke has worked with various bilateral and multilateral organization including EU, UNICEF and consulted for DFID among others.