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Harrison Rware Monitoring and Evaluation Specialist - OFRA

T: +254722423863


CABI, Canary Bird, 673 Limuru Road, Muthaiga, PO Box 633-00621, Nairobi, Kenya

I am the Monitoring and Evaluation specialist for CABI's OFRA project where I will be overseeing the implementation of M & E by the partners in Africa and reporting to CABI and AGRA on the project implementation progress.

I have been monitoring and evaluating research for development projects for over 8 years and implementing enterprise-based development approaches to empower rural people by diversifying income and creating employment especially for youths and women.

I have experience in agricultural value chain analysis and research (study design, data collection, data analysis, report writing and value chain mapping) for both developmental and research projects. I have an MSc in Range-ecology where I specialised in community based approaches to impact assessment.

Prior to joining CABI, I was working as an M & E Research Officer at the International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI) and also as a Programme Manager M&E at SITE Enterprise Promotions supporting impact evaluation studies and helping partners build capacity among others.

Previously, I was a team leader in the formulation of Kenya Seed Potato Master Plan that analysed the potato value chain funded by GIZ. I have also consulted for other international and national NGOS in Kenya, including ILRI, International Potato Centre, GTZ, Kings University College Canada, KADET-World Vision and Christian Reformed Word Relief Committee. I have an interest in community-based approaches and gender integration in research development.

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Optimizing Fertilizer Recommendations in Africa (OFRA)

Soil fertility across much of sub-Saharan Africa is poor, which is a major constraint to improving farm productivity and farmer livelihoods. To combat this there is now wide recognition of the need to integrate increased fertilizer use with other aspects of soil fertility management. This project aims to...