Armel Oguniyi is an Expert in Monitoring-Evaluation and Learning of development and humanitarian programmes. His experience spans over 10 years of relevant fieldwork in developing countries, with traceable, practical and successful experience in working in complex contexts such as Peacebuilding, Child protection, Education. As a practitioner he has a rich experience in the design and implementation of Participatory Active Research methods adapted to different programs and local contexts. Armel is very capable applied researcher with a strong understanding of humanitarian operation settings and broad-based programming policies and practices. He has demonstrated over the years the ability to quickly grasp difficult concepts, readily apply these ideas in differing social, cultural and cognitive domains, and later clearly communicate results in a clear, well-grounded discussion. 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, while mastering complex conceptual frameworks and elaborating extensive sets of data. He is familiar with strategies to conducting evaluation assignments for operations implemented in insecure contexts.
To date, Armel has directed and co-directed studies (Baseline, Mid-Term Evaluation, Final Evaluation, Action researches.) of several projects and programmes implemented in Africa (Mali, Benin, Liberia, Rwanda, Mozambique, Chad, Ghana, Uganda, Burundi, Tanzania, Ethiopia, Democratic Republic of Congo) and funded by institutions such as UNICEF, NORAD, Global Affairs Canada, USAID, IKEA Foundation, Comic Relief, SmartPeace Foundation, LEGO Foundation.