Emmanuel Osei-Mensah

Monitoring & Evaluation Manager

Emmanuel holds an MSc. in Development Planning and Management and a BSc. in Development Planning both from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology. He has extensive experience in designing, monitoring and evaluating development interventions and programmes across various sectors such as health, disability inclusion, agriculture and livelihoods, education, WASH, governance, accountability, emergency response among others.

Emmanuel has worked as a Monitoring and Evaluation Specialist and Coordinator for development organizations such as Christian Aid, International Cocoa Initiative, Catholic Relief Services (CRS) and World Vision. He has worked on various programmes funded by donors such as FCDO (formerly DFID), USAID, EU, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation among others. Emmanuel is a Reviewer for the African Evaluation Journal (AEJ), Member of the Africa Evaluation Association (AfrEA), Vienna Evaluation Network (VEN) and Ghana Monitoring and Evaluation Forum (GMEF).

Before joining UGHE, Emmanuel was the Deputy Team Leader / Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Advisor for the UK Aid funded Ghana Mental Health and Disability Programme (Ghana Somubi Dwumadie) where he was the strategic lead and day to day focal point for all monitoring, evaluation and learning (MEL) activities, results, learning and guidance in the programme. He also provided direct support to the Team Leader in programme oversight and delivery in meeting donor requirements.