TanEA Members

Esther Ngulwa
Esther Ngulwa is a Monitoring and Evaluation professional holding a bachelor’s degree in Political Science and Public Administration (PSPA) and Master of Arts in Monitoring and Evaluation. She has 10 years of experience in community development interventions (Health, HIV/AIDS prevention, Most Vulnerable Children, Women Empowerment, Early Childhood Development and Legal Aid) and she has also worked for four years in the field of Monitoring and Evaluation. She is currently working with Aga Khan Foundation East Africa as a Monitoring and Evaluation Officer for Elimu Bora Project and women empowerment
Bulugu Lubuga
Bulugu is a Monitoring and Evaluation specialist with Postgraduate Diploma in Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) at Tanzania Institute of Project Management and a Bachelor of Arts with Education at the University of Dar es Salaam. He worked as a Monitoring and Evaluation intern at Tanzania Red Cross Society, KNCV Tuberculosis Foundation and Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs for Tanzania. Has research capacity for data collection, analysis with the aid of tools like the SPSS, STATA, Epi Info, ODK, and F4 transcription
Deogratias Mpenzi
MZUMBE UNIVERSITY MAIN CAMPUS –MOROGORO School of Public Administration and Management, Department of Health Systems Management , Centre of Excellence in Health Monitoring and Evaluation
Gladness Kampa
Gladness has experience and expertise in Community Development, Project Management and Monitoring and Evaluation. She gained this experience from different projects that she worked on. She also worked as a dedicated humanitarian worker with excellent communication and negotiation skills. Working in different Non-Governmental organisation for more than five years has increased her experience in leadership, participatory project planning, management, community development, and high proficiency in relationship building and up keeping and good in problem solving
Dr.Juliana Mwakasendo
ndagilejam@yahoo.com / jmwakasendo@gmail.com
Dr. Juliana Andagile Mwakasendo works with the Ministry of Agriculture in one of its agencies, the Tanzania Agricultural Research Institute (TARI) as Agriculture Research Officer stationed at TARI-Kifyulilo-Mufindi. In addition to being a Member of TanEA she is also a member of SANREM Tanzania and the National M&E for research in Tanzania since 2006 to date
Lalo Kayanda
Lalo Kayanda is professional expert in project planning, monitoring and evaluation, financial management, accountability and research. He received Advanced Diploma in financial management, Postgraduate Diploma in Investment management both from College of Business Education Dar Es Salaam Tanzania in 2008 and 2010 respectively, and Postgraduate Diploma in Monitoring and Evaluation from the Tanzania Institute of Project Management Dar Es Salaam as well as Master of Art degree in monitoring and evaluation from the Open University of Tanzania.
Dr.Pilly Mtuka
A monitoring and evaluation specialist, a retired paramedical practitioner and a social worker.
Ronald Kimambo
Ronald Kimambo is a Monitoring and Evaluation specialist. He worked as a Monitoring and Evaluation expert with Firelight Foundation in the US
Rutagwelera Mutakyahwa
Mr. Rutagwelera G. Mutakyahwa is the Founder and Director of ROMME Centre and a specialist in systems in management for the private sector enterprises, public sector and nonprofit institutions. He is an experienced professional researcher, consultant and trainer with over 20 years' experience in international development in Eastern and Southern Africa, ten of those in business development service provision. His areas of expertise include; SME and private sector development, Performance/Impact Evaluation, Outcomes Mapping, KAIZEN Philosophy & Principles, Grants management, OCA, Resource Mobilisation & Management, Non Profit Sector Management, Strategic Planning and Human Resource Development.
Sakina Mwinyimkuu
Holds a Master degree in Monitoring & Evaluation from Open University of Tanzania (2018), MSc. Human Resources Management from Mzumbe University, Tanzania (2012) and a Bachelor degree in Political Science and Public Administration from University of Dar es Salaam (2005). She currently works as an Assistant Director – Performance Monitoring & Evaluation Systems at President’s Office Public Service Management and Good Governance, Monitoring and Evaluation System. She is also an Executive Member of the African Association of Public Administration and Management (AAPAM) Tanzania Chapter and a founding member of Emerging Women Leaders Tanzania (EWLT).
Tumaini Mbibo
tmbibo1965@gmail.com / mseto.investment2011@gmail.com
Tumaini Mbibo is an Independent Consultant for social development based in Mwanza, Tanzania. He has over 20 years of professional experience in both local practices and international development. Mbibo worked with several international non-governmental organizations (INGOs) where he held various senior management and technical advisory positions for donor-funded projects across East Africa. He acquired broad knowledge, skills and professional experience in project management cycle, organizational development, and other specialized technical assistance. Mbibo has postgraduate qualifications in Monitoring and Evaluation, and Public Health. He holds a Bachelor of Laws and a Diploma in Education - Linguistics. He is passionate about and highly committed to supporting the CSOs capacity strengthening in Tanzania. Currently, Mbibo chairs the Governance and Nominating Committee of the Board of Directors for Tanzania Evaluation Association (TanEA)
Jansi Sinkamba
jsinkamba@yahoo.coma / tushiriki@yahoo.co.uk
JANSI DAUDI SINKAMBA is married and living with a wife and three Children, born in 1970 and he is a Tanzanian, working with TUSHIRIKI Non Governmnet Organization Mbeya Execuive Director since 2005 up Date. Email: jsinkamba@yahoo.coma/tushiriki@yahoo.co.uk, Educ: Advance Diploma Business Administration.(ADBA) Namgongo Ccomputing Centrer. Expe: 20 years since 1999 to Date of Good Governance,Capacity Building of groups of civil societies especial CBOs and NGOs,Participatory approaches (PPME, PRE, PRA, PLAs) Training and field practice,Project Evaluation skills.Facilitation skills and Organization Management.
Grace Shio
Grace Shio (Mabiranga), Masters of Arts on M&E, short course on Evaluating and Managing for Sustainable Development Impacts in Wageningen University & Research in the Netherlands. Monitoring & Evaluation Coordinator at Lawyers Environmental Action Team (LEAT) in a project of lobby and advocacy for International Public Goods (water, food security, biodiversity and climate change)
Kissa Mwaisoba
Agriculture Research Institute (ARI-Uyole), Box 400 Mbeya, Tanzania Affiliations: Agriculture Research Institute(ARI-Uyole), Tanzania Evaluation Association(TanEA), Tanzania National Committee for Family Farming(TANCOFF) Education: Masters of Business Administration & Bsc In Agriculture Education and Extension Experience: Experience in Agriculture Research in socio economics issues, Baseline surveys, Monitoring and Evaluation of different agriculture project, Data collection technique, Data entering on SPSS, STATA, EXCELL and Data analysis, Gender analysis techniques,Training farmers on farming as Business, Business skills, preparing farm budget and agriculture business plan.
Dr. Isaack Nguliki
Dr Isaack has 10 year experience designing, implementing and managing donor funded projects in local and International Organisations including United Nations. He developed, managed and implemented monitoring & evaluation systems for country and regional projects and programs. Also he has done project reviews, evaluations, and assessments using qualitative & quantitative mixed methods integrating the six classical OECD/DAC evaluation criteria. As for innovation and creativity, Dr Isaack has authored two models in monitoring and evaluation and entrepreneurship. Dr Isaack has university training in economics, business and agriculture
Peter Mwandri
Peter Mwandri is an Evaluation Researcher (Quantitative) at Green Climate Fund – Independent Evaluation Unit, where he supports the designing of rigorous evaluation methodology tailored to country’s context, determine protocol, and developing relevant data collection tools for evaluating GCF projects. In addition, he has extensive experience in project monitoring and evaluation of local and international organization including donor funded projects. Peter has previously worked as Data Analyst with In-Depth Consultancy, and with the National Bureau of Statistics – Tanzania as a Field Enumerator. He holds a MSc. Statistics from Hallym University in South Korea
Joshua PhD(c) Edward
Frank Maimu
Frank is a well versed, professional and experienced expert in Project management, Planning, monitoring and Evaluation with a background in Agricultural Economics. Throughout his career Frank has engaged himself extensively in Monitoring and Evaluation of community-based projects. He is endowed with analytical and problem solving skills while his key expertise includes Technical Monitoring and Evaluation, results based Management, Technical writing and Social- economic research. After years of working in the agriculture sector Frank is currently the Monitoring and Evaluation Officer at Gatsby Africa, where he is in charge of overseeing the programme performance and facilitating the management decision making process by producing sensible evidence to guide decision making. Frank is an active TANEA member.
Pantaleon Shoki
B.A(Economics), M.A(Monitoring and Evaluation)
Mr. Pantaleon Shoki holds a B.A(Economics) and an M.A(Monitoring and Evaluation). He is a Social Sector Analyst trained by the World Bank’s IDF grant. An experienced and self-motivated professional monitoring, evaluation, reporting, and learning (MERL ) specialist. He previously served as the MERL Advisor at JSI Research & Training Institute’s USAID funded Community Health and Social Welfare Systems Strengthening Program(CHSSP) and currently serving as Research and Learning Associate Director for the USAID’s funded HEBU TUYAJENGE Project at the National Council of People Living with HIV (NACOPHA). Mr. Shoki possesses an advanced consultancy skills in evaluation, reporting and proposal writing, mixed methods operational research design, data analysis, monitoring & evaluation, reporting & learning for community health and social welfare systems, people living with HIV(PLHIV) clusters. His research interests focus on the impact of monitoring and evaluation systems on the financial sustainability of civil Society organizations, evaluation of administrative efficiency of civil society organizations, knowledge management (KM), and using operational research to build evidence derived from PLHIV clusters and structures.