Michael Owen Bamulangeyo
Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability and Learning
Being powerful means using my privilege, my agency, my power, my voice, my leverage, my resources, my talent, my networks and every other thing within my control to advance the cause of the weak, vulnerable and marginalised people. Obiagely Ezekwesili, Senior Economic Advisor for Africa at the Economic Development Policy Initiative (AEDPI)
Michael is a Programme Management specialist with a bias in Monitoring and Evaluation of Health and Human Rights related projects. He has contributed to the success of various organisations, serving at different managerial roles for the past 10 years.
He has conducted several research and clinical trials in a bid to establish real life solutions to emerging challenges in the Health and the Human Rights Sector. He has facilitated fundraising campaugns of leading and emerging social sector organisations leading to the accumulation of resources for the implementation of viable solutions where challenges have been identified.
- Master of Statistics, Makerere University
- Postgraduate Diploma in Project Monitoring and Evaluation, Uganda Management Institute
- Bachelor of Economics and Statistics (BES), Kyambogo University
2020 Reading List
- Building Better Policies: The Nuts and Bolts of Monitoring and Evaluation Systems ladys Lopez Acevedo, Keith Mackay, and Philipp Krause
- Learning from Change: Issues and Experiences in Participatory Monitoring and Evaluation Eds Marisol Estrella, Jutta Blauert, Dindo Campilan, John Gaventa, Julian Gonsalves, Irene Guijt, Deb Johnson, and Roger Ricafort
- Monitoring and evaluating social programs in developing countries : a handbook for policymakers, managers, and researchers Joseph J. Valadez and Michael Bamberger
- Making monitoring and evaluation systems work: a capacity development toolkit Jody Zall Kusek
- A Guide to Project Monitoring & Evaluation Gudda