Ed SmallManager, Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning

Ed Small – Manager, Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning

Ed is a Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL) Manager at Integrity, based in London. He supports the Conflict Stability and Security Fund (CSSF) Global MEL Partnership (GMEL). In this role, he supports the CSSF to establish effective M&E frameworks, processes and tools, develop and implement a capacity-building strategy for MEL, and strengthen CSSF organisational learning processes.

Before joining Integrity, Ed worked at the Institute of Development Studies as part of their Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning team. While there, he designed and implemented MEL frameworks for programmes focused on empowerment, accountability, disability inclusion, sanitation and gender justice. Ed created and adapted Theories of Change and logical frameworks in collaboration with partners, was involved in drafting annual reports and impact case studies using contribution analysis and process tracing, and managed programme evaluations.

He holds an MA in Conflict, Security and Development from King’s College London, and a BA in Philosophy and Political Economy from the University of Exeter.

Expertise

Theory of Change, MEL Frameworks, Qualitative Analysis, Data Analysis, Conflict Analysis, Survey Design, Evaluation Methodology

Languages

English

Country Experience

Bangladesh, Kenya, Myanmar, the Philippines, Somalia

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