Armel Oguniyi is IICRD's Director of Monitoring, Evaluation, and Learning.
Armel holds a Master's degree in Project Management. His experience spans over 10 years of relevant fieldwork with traceable, and successful experience in working in complex domains such as Peacebuilding, Child protection, Education, and Gender. As a practitioner, he has rich experience in the design and implementation of Participatory Action Research methods, adapted to different programs and local contexts. Armel is a very capable applied researcher with a strong understanding of humanitarian operation settings and broad-based programming policies and practices. He has proven experience in efficiently and effectively operating in diverse and very demanding environments, working closely with a broad range of stakeholders, writing clear, concise, detailed, evidence-based reports both in English and French languages. To date, Armel has directed and co-directed studies (Needs Assessments, Baselines, Mid-Term Evaluations, Final Evaluations) for several projects and programs implemented across Africa and funded by institutions such as UNICEF, BMZ, NORAD, GAC, EU, USAID, IKEA Foundation, Comic Relief, and the SmartPeace Foundation.