Timothy Wakabi

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Head, Monitoring and Evaluation
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About this Team Member

Timothy Wakabi is a monitoring and evaluation (M&E) professional with several years of experience, including more than 10 years supporting health and HIV/AIDS service delivery and systems strengthening projects in Uganda, Tanzania, and other countries in the region. He has specific experience with USAID-funded projects where he has developed performance monitoring plans, established M&E systems, designed and implemented research activities, and strengthened local health management information systems in order to support evidence-based decision-making and improved health outcomes. He has supported the Ministries of Health in Uganda and South Sudan to develop and implement data quality assessment systems for Neglected Tropical Diseases.Timothy is currently working as the Head Monitoring and Evaluation with One Health Central and Eastern Africa (OHCEA) where he is the lead M&E Advisor for a network of schools of public health and veterinary medicine in eight countries. He has developed project Performance Monitoring and Management Plans for a number of projects under OHCEA. He has also developed tools and guidelines used for M&E across the 8 counties. He previously served as the M&E Manager for the University Research Co. LLC, Strengthening of Uganda’s Systems for Treating AIDS Nationally project and previously worked as MSH’s Regional Coordinator for the STAR-E LQAS project. He is familiar with both donor and implementing agency systems and requirements for M&E. He received a Master of Statistics in Biostatistics from Makerere University in Kampala. Additionally, he undertook a two-year post-graduation Fellowship in HIV/AIDS implemented by Makerere University School of Public Health in collaboration with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). A Ugandan national, is fluent in both in English, Kiswahili and several local Ugandan languages.