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  • Head of Monitoring, Evaluation & Learning, IPE Triple Line

    IPE Triple Line has a new opening for a motivated and inspiring individual to head our monitoring, evaluation and learning (MEL) practice,working across all of IPE Triple Line’s sectors: Governance, Environment and Climate Change, Forest Governance, Social and Economic Empowerment and Private Sector Development. You will be responsible for strengthening IPE Triple Line’s strong track record in this area. You will bring your existing knowledge and network to develop and strengthen expertise and work in MEL together with sector and practice heads.

  • Knowledge Management & Learning Advisor, CARE

    CARE Ethiopia seeks a Knowledge Management and Learning Advisor for a potential USAID-funded food security and livelihoods project. The project would seek to assist rural households that are currently receiving support from the Government of Ethiopia’s Productive Safety Net Program (PSNP) to achieve food security and resilience. International relocation and allowances may be available for this position. This position is subject to availability of funding. Candidates must be approved by USAID. 

  • Senior Evaluation & Assessment Advisor, Dexis

    Dexis is seeking an experienced Senior Evaluation & Assessment Advisor to lead the completion of 1-2 assessments of the impact of international development efforts through Science, Technology, Innovation, and Partnership (STIP) through USAID’s Global Development Lab. These assessments could focus on assessing a country or region’s enabling context for STIP programming and/or on opportunities to integrate STIP into a USAID mission’s portfolio. This is a full time position based in Washington, DC, over a period of 5 months, with potential for extension. 

  • Fertility rate in Indian cities lower than those in US, Australia, France

    Saturday, 14 May 2016
    Times of India

    For most people, the general perception about India is of a country sitting on a ticking population bomb. This notion however seems to be somewhat misplaced, at least in the context of the country's urban population, where the fertility rate — the number of children born per woman — has fallen to levels lower even than in countries like the US, France, Australia and New Zealand.