Mr. Emmanuel Mahama | M&E Manager
Emmanuel N. Mahama is a monitoring and evaluation (M&E) Specialist and a Medical Statistician by profession, public health epidemiologist and researcher. Mr. Mahama has over 16 years of experience in researching, monitoring, managing, and building capacity for community-based and institution-based interventions across a wide range of health sector, including newborn, maternal and child survival, health systems strengthening, malaria epidemiology, health information management systems, sexual and reproductive health, family planning, infection control, nutrition and HIV/AIDS.
Mr. Mahama has extensive experience working with health project staff to develop results frameworks, indicators, PMPs and data collection instruments, and to carry out Data Quality Assessments (DQAs) and develop data quality strategies. He also has in-depth research skills, including application of quantitative and qualitative methodologies. He served as Medical Statistician and M&E Specialist for the Kintampo Health Research Center on programs related to malaria and maternal and child mortality including large scale clinical trials in the past. He worked for the USAID flagship project in Ghana (USAID Ghana Evaluate for Health Project) as a Senior Evaluation Advisor providing technical support to all USAID Health Implementing Partners (IPs) . He has also worked for The Global Fund NFM II and and currently on TGF NFM III HIV Key Population interventions program in Ghana as the M&E Manager.
He has very strong quantitative skills in design and analysis with experience of using multiple statistical software’s such as STATA, SPSS and R. Mr. Mahama is knowledgeable in study designs, evaluation methods, indicator design, and provision of deliverables that give insight into indicator performance for total programme evaluation measurement, improvement and enhancement.