Armel Oguniyi is IICRD's Director of Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning.
Armel holds a Master degree in Project Management. He is an experienced Monitoring Evaluation and Learning (MEL) practitioner with extensive international and domestic experience with a particular focus on Education, Health, Child Protection, Gender and Peace Building programs. Armel is an evaluator and very capable applied qualitative researcher with a strong understanding of Child Centred Learning Methodologies, Child friendly data collection approaches and broad-based programming monitoring policies and practices. Armel is able 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. With knowledge of USAID, UNICEF, NORAD and Global Affairs Canada (GAC) rules, regulations, policies, and procedures as they relate to programs MEL, Armel currently works for Right To Play International as Africa, Monitoring Evaluation and Learning Manager and provides technical and advisory support in MEL to Africa Region Country Offices as well as managing major studies/evaluations across the region. Armel is also specialized in Child Protection Monitoring and Evaluation (CPMEL) through his learning and involvement in International Institute for Child Rights and Development (IICRD) initiatives.