MA Economics, University of Nairobi BA Economics, University of Nairobi
Eddah Nangole has 10 years of practical experience in developing and implementing monitoring and evaluation tools and frameworks for tracking and measuring progress and management of development activities, designing and commissioning baseline surveys, needs assessment, socio-economic research, market research, and impact assessment. She has strong expertise in conducting value chain assessments and implementing value chain development interventions. She is knowledgeable on small holder farmer agricultural practices, agroforestry, and sustainable livelihood interventions. She has developed competence in qualitative and quantitative data analysis. Prior to joining LTSA in April 2016, Eddah was a Research Manager in the Political and Social Research Department at TNS, where she conducted and managed surveys and evaluations in several thematic areas, including agriculture, micro-enterprise development, and gender. Prior to that she was a Program Management Officer at the International Development Research Centre (IDRC) where she coordinated monitoring and tracking of grantee activities. She has experience working for the World Agroforestry Centre (ICRAF) where she designed and implemented multi-country studies in East Africa. At ICRAF, Eddah developed methodologies for monitoring and evaluating improved livestock feed practices for the East Africa Dairy Development Project. She also developed methodologies and conducted ex-ante and ex-post assessments of the impact of value chain development interventions on the livelihoods of smallholder agroforestry farmers. She has worked in Kenya, Tanzania, Rwanda, and Ethiopia. At LTSA, Eddah is currently developing a Project Monitoring Evaluation and Learning strategy for the project “Scaling Up Devolved Climate Finance in Tanzania”.