2015 SCID Symposium – Matthew Waterfield – Challenges of Monitoring and Evaluation of Programmes in Conflict Affected Countries

PowerPoint presentation: Matthew Waterfield SCID Symposium presentation 2015

In this presentation, Matthew Waterfield discusses the use of evidence in the monitoring and evaluation of programmes in fragile and conflict-affected countries. This presentation underlines the importance, and challenges in the way, of gathering and using evidence in these environments and, in this context, suggests many innovative methods for the collection and use of evidence.

Matthew Waterfield is a Senior Conflict and Security Expert with over twenty years of experience in conflict-affected countries. He is founding Director of niche consultancy firm Aktis Strategy, which provides strategic analysis and programmes in some of the most challenging conflict affected countries. Previous experience includes serving as a senior DPKO official and work as an independent consultant. He has specialist expertise in conflict analysis, stabilisation, security and justice sector reform, conflict transitions and governance. He has also played a lead role in the definition and development of UK government approach to cross-departmental conflict and stabilisation analysis and planning.

One thought on “2015 SCID Symposium – Matthew Waterfield – Challenges of Monitoring and Evaluation of Programmes in Conflict Affected Countries

  1. Jon Bradbeer

    Very good presentation. Very much liked the described need for continuous upgrading of data to inform the decision making process in project management.

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