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.