Tehe Wilfried
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Tehe Wilfried Member

Last update: 3 days ago Last update: 30 Jan, 2023

Details

Citizenship: Cote d'Ivoire
Languages: English, French
Highest Degree: Masters
Experience: 11 years
Sectors: Civil Society & NGOs, Health, Humanitarian Aid & Emergency, Monitoring & Evaluation, Research, Marketing Civil Society & NGOs, Health, Humanitarian Aid & Emergency, Monitoring & Evaluation, Research, Marketing
Gender: Male
Address: 01 BP 4154 Abidjan 01
Phone: +225-0708505834
Cellphone: +225-08505834
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About

        Since June 28, 2022

        Location : UN WOMEN - Côte d'Ivoire

        United Nations Entity for Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women

        Evaluation, Studies and Research, Knowlegde Management.

        Position : Gender Statistics and Knowledge Management Specialist

        Tasks and achievements :

  • Provide substantive technical support to establish UN Women's in-country statistical work, including strategic direction and positioning of UN Women's gender and statistical work at the country level
  • Provide inputs to support periodic country monitoring reports for updates on national progress towards the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) targets related to gender equality and women's empowerment, as appropriate
  • Design studies protocols, or contribution, for the external evaluations or studies
  • Provide supervision to the external Consultants
  • Liaise frequently with the regional office team to report on activities and ensure that implementation of activities is in line with UN Women's overall objectives in statistics
  • Provide knowledge development services
  • Produce and disseminate templates, guidance notes and methodologies, as well as national and sectoral plans for monitoring commitments
  • Provide adequate technical and advisory support to the UN System in Côte d'Ivoire on all issues related to gender statistics and support to the monitoring of the SDGs
  • Develop a list of consultants and national thematic experts
  • Forge partnerships necessary for the production of gender sensitive statistics
  • Strengthen UN Women's partnerships with key national stakeholders such as the National Institute of Statistics, the African Development Bank, the European Union ...
  • Ensure UN Women's contribution to the Government's efforts through support to the production of the Voluntary National Reports on the SDGs
  • Coordinate the process of collecting and sharing lessons learned and good practices
  • Contribute to the monitoring and evaluation of results and provide substantial contributions to knowledge management and sharing
  • Focal point for the completion of gender profiles and contribute to the production of monitoring and evaluation plans (MEL plans)
  • Conduct data collections and reportings.

        From April 21, 2022 to September 30, 2022

        Location : Palladium - Côte d'Ivoire

        Data.FI, Data For Implementation, to accelerate and sustain access to high quality data to accelerate the control and maintenance of HIV and              COVID-19 epidemics.

        Position : COVID-19 vaccine allocation tool Consultant

        Tasks and achievements :

  • Participate in the process of compiling user requirements for the vaccine allocation tool
  • Identify, locate and share data sets for the development of the COVID-19 vaccine allocation tool with technical leads
  • Support the development and approval of data sharing agreements
  • Develop solutions to anticipated and unanticipated data access issues
  • Engage officials from the Ministry of Health, the Directorate of Informatics and Health Information (DIIS), the National Institute of Public Health (INHP), the DC-PEV, and the health districts to test the tool and solicit feedback on potential improvements
  • Share this feedback with technical managers to update the tool and improve its usability and design to answer immediately relevant questions
  • Build the capacity of government stakeholders to use the vaccine allocation tool by facilitating training and providing ongoing guidance
  • Coordinate meetings and liaise with US government, country collaborators, and other program staff within organizations to complete required activities
  • Facilitate the final roll-out of the tool and its re-socialization.

    From October 1, 2021 to July 31, 2022 

    Location: ICAP - Columbia University, Côte d'Ivoire

    Care and Treatment Program, CDC/PEPFAR : Coordination of various evaluation projects related to the scale-up of HIV prevention, care and                  treatment in Côte d'Ivoire.

    Position: Consultant in charge of evaluations

    Tasks and achievements:

  • Support and coordinate the development and implementation of evaluation protocols
  • Coordinate and monitor the process of protocol submission, review, and approval by national and international ethics review boards (IRBs)
  • Provide technical assistance to sites involved in evaluation projects to assist with data management and collection
  • Participate in the development, translation, piloting, and refinement of data collection tools for evaluation projects
  • Develop general operating procedures (SOPs) for field activities related to each evaluation project
  • Participate in the development of training tools for field activities related to each evaluation project and participate in training
  • Assist and coach health facility staff during the implementation phase of the evaluations
  • Ensure internal monitoring and data auditing of evaluation projects
  • Participate in meetings with partners, including review workshops, data analysis and dissemination
  • Document and share best practices
  • Provide technical assistance to ICAP regional teams

   

        From August 03, 2020 to September 30, 2021

  • Location: Family Health International (FHI 360), Côte d’Ivoire

    USAID's Medicines, Technologies, and Pharmaceutical Services (MTaPS) program is a global program to help low and middle-income countries strengthen their pharmaceutical systems to ensure sustainable and appropriate access to safe, effective, quality assured, and affordable essential medicines and pharmaceutical services. The program is implemented by Management Sciences for Health (MSH) and its partners, including FHI 360 as core partner.

    Position: Regional Monitoring, Evaluation, Research and Learning Advisor, Francophone MTaPS

  • Countries of intervention: Côte d’Ivoire, Burkina Faso, Mali, Senegal, Cameroun, and DRC

    Tasks and achievements:

       Conduct Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL) activities in francophone MTaPS countries by prioritizing and focusing on these countries with            limited direct support and serve as a channel to facilitate MEL activities at headquarters (Located in the United States of America)

    • Verification and drafting of MEL plans to ensure that they are well designed and implemented based on sound systems that align with the MTaPS global MEL system through high-level technical leadership and regular support to country offices
    • Capacity building, through formal training and regular coaching, of staff in the supported countries and local partners in the region, working hand in hand with them to achieve the various objectives
    • Participation in studies and research activities (drafting of protocols, IRB, submission to the ethics committee, creation of data collection tools, data analysis, etc.)
    • Development of Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) for the activities management
    • Monitoring of performance indicators for GHSA, COVID-19 and MNCH activities
    • Drafting of activity reports, studies, and research reports
    • Data collection process management in collaboration with country team MERL focal persons on SurveyCTO, DevResult, Excel and other tools.
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    • From December 1, 2019 to July 31, 2020

Lieu : TechnoServe (Rated the #1 Nonprofit for Fighting Poverty) Ivory Coast

All Pan-African youth entrepreneurship programs - PAYED with the CITI Bank Foundation (Advice and coaching to Entrepreneurs with FMCG and non-FMCG); Pro-Planters (Advice and coaching to agricultural cooperatives); CEMOI (Advice and coaching to agricultural cooperatives to improve their yields); Cargill (Advice and coaching to cooperatives and agricultural units); Business consultancy; Proposal writing.

     Position: Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Country Manager

             Tasks and achievements:

  • Conduct program performance monitoring and evaluation in accordance with logical frameworks and reporting requirements
  • Development of monitoring and evaluation systems to be used throughout the project lifecycle
  • Conducting regular field visits to support the implementation of Monitoring and Evaluation activities
  • Data quality assurance control and identification of necessary adaptations
  • Monitor promptness of expected results from monitoring and evaluation, regular data analysis to identify and communicate lessons learned
  • Regular presentation of data analysis to programs
  • Collaboration with project team members for regular collection and analysis of data
  • Realization of weekly, monthly, quarterly, half-yearly and annual reports
  • Regular monitoring of field activities to ensure quality of implementation and reporting
  • Help in identifying the cause of potential bottlenecks in implementation
  • Production of narrative and statistical reports for internal and external consumption
  • Training of program teams on activity monitoring, program quality and reporting.

 

  • From April 10 to November 30, 2019

Location: ACONDA VS Ivory Coast

HIV / AIDS Project Clinical Component

   Position: Database Manager - Monitoring and Evaluation Analyst

             Tasks and achievements:

  • Assistance of the Monitoring and Evaluation Manager in surveys, studies and evaluation
  • Coordination of the establishment of an appropriate system of information
  • Follow-up of the project indicators and proposal of orientations aiming at a constant improvement of the project's efficiency
  • Conducting supervision visits for collected data quality assessment
  • Data compilation and quality management of databases before analysis
  • Drafting of monthly and quarterly reports within the required deadlines by the compilation of data by thematic
  • Management of the data archiving system and the various presentations
  • Active participation in database design and analysis of weekly, monthly and quarterly reports
  • Participation in missions, meetings and accomplishment of all other similar tasks
  • Participation in feedback and presentation of study results.

 

  • From October 23, 2017 to March 29, 2019

Location: International Rescue Committee (IRC) Ivory Coast

SAFER Project (Sustainable Answer to the Fight against HIV/AIDS through the strengthening of local Entities and community Response)

    Position: Deputy Head of Monitoring and Evaluation

           Tasks and achievements:

  • Responsible for the data collected in the West Zone of the project
  • Data Collection and Reporting (Monthly, Quarterly, Annual, DATIM CDC)
  • Development of the Monitoring Evaluation Reporting (MER) of the CDC PEPFAR
  • Assistance in collecting, processing and analyzing data generated by project implementation partners
  • Ensure the availability of data collection tools (condom stock management, activity sheets, registers, enrollment forms, etc.)
  • Ensure the availability of data quality improvement guidelines and procedures
  • Participation in the implementation of the monitoring and evaluation system in the Cavally-Guémon and Tonkpi regions
  • Assistance of the program team (prevention, care and support, VBG ...) for the use of data to make decisions
  • Design of tools for the collection of routine data (Access, Excel, Epi info ...)
  • Capacity building of the Monitoring and Evaluation Officers of implementing partners.

Study: Participated in the drafting of the Sociodemographic Profile Analysis of People living with HIV / AIDS report, followed by IRC.

 

  • From April 10 to October 20, 2017

Location: New Public Health Pharmacy of Ivory Coast (Nouvelle PSP CI)

Marketing Studies and Monitoring Department                                

    Position: Head of Economic and Commercial Studies (Deputy Head of Service)

             Tasks and achievements :

  • Management of business studies by drafting the ToR, defining the objectives, the deadline and the means to implement
  • Determination of procedures and study methodology (Survey, Opinion Survey, etc.)
  • Data collection by doing desk research or interviews
  • Data processing and clearance
  • Proposal for business activity monitoring indicators and dashboards and databases
  • Contribution to the improvement of sales forecasts based on data or improvement plans (marketing plan, sales target, etc.)
  • Follow up on plans to improve study results and report
  • Monitor the evolution of the indicators periodically (weekly, monthly and annually)
  • Conducting analyzes to detect the level of improvement of proposed plans
  • Proposal of recommendations to put in place corrective measures
  • Writing activity reports.

             Studies:

  • Phase 2 of the focus group of the impact of the treatment of the complaints on the image of the Nouvelle PSP CI realized in August 2017
  • Study of the reputation of the Nouvelle PSP CI with suppliers and buyers
  • Study of the determination of the range of products requested by the customers and not served by the Nouvelle PSP CI.

 

  • From October 1st, 2015 to April 07, 2017

Location: Health Alliance International (HAI)

AIBEF Bouake Partnership - HAI Bouake Regional Office

      Position: Data Monitor Agent (DMA)

             Tasks and achievements:

  • Supervision of monitoring tasks in the context of the care of PLHIV
  • Quality Assurance of the collected PMTCT data and management
  • Programming and management meetings of the Quality Assurance Team
  • Control and update of data collection registers
  • Realization of monthly reports of care for PLHIV
  • Capture and transmission of data of monthly reports of care of PLHIV
  • Information on the viral load database and the tracking file
  • Collection and capture of similar data on some partner sites in HAI
  • Participation in the activities of the small committee led by the HAI Monitoring and Evaluation Coordination team (data processing and clearance of all sites supported by HAI, DATIM CDC information ...).

 

  • From January 20, 2015 to April 07, 2017

Location: Ivorian Association for Family Welfare (IAFW/AIBEF) / IPPF

Research and Evaluation Unit / FPPIP (Family Planning Policy Intensification Project)

                 Position: Data Monitor Agent (DMA)

         Tasks and achievements :

  • Follow-up of the different family planning activities and other activities at the AIBEF Bouake technical station in collaboration with the 3 health districts of Bouake: the largest project area
  • Control, consistency check, analysis and seizure of different reports Family Planning, General Medicine, Infertility, STI, Gynecology, Obstetrics, PMTCT, Laboratory, PLWH, CDV, CDIP, Council Community Clinical Chat, GBV and Postabortion Care produced by health providers of the AIBEF Bouake clinic
  • Control, consistency check, analysis and capture of Family Planning monthly data produced in health delivery points (social franchise) in health areas of different districts of Bouake
  • Participated in the drafting of the monthly, quarterly, semi-annual and annual reports of the FIPPF
  • Participation in quarterly inventories for the collection of reports in health service points (MAPs) of the different health districts of Bouake and for supervision and on-site training of providers of these MAPs reporting
  • Supervision of forty-four (44) Community Health Workers (CHWs) operating in the city of Bouake and in several localities in the Gbêkê region
  • Verification of the different monthly reports of Family Planning CHWs

             Study:

     Satisfaction survey of AIBEF clinic in Abidjan

 

  • From November 2014 to December 2014

Location: Youth Employment and Skills Development Project (PEJEDEC)

Study for the measurement of the impact of the different projects realized for the young people [High Intensity Works Project (THIMO Project), Entrepreneurship ...]

       Position: Consultant for data management

             Tasks and achievements:

  • Verification of the data entered
  • First level clearance
  • Correction of inconsistencies

 

  • From August 2014 to September 2014

Location: Disarmament, Demobilization and Reintegration Authority (DDRA)

Project Evaluation Monitoring Unit / Beneficiary Evaluation Survey of the Belgian Fund

         Position: team Controller

             Tasks and achievements:

  • Finalization of the survey questionnaire
  • Supervision of the data collection activity
  • Receipt of investigation reports
  • Control of collected reports
  • Correction of errors and compilation of collected reports
  • Routing of collected reports to the coordination base

 

  • From January 2014 to April 2014

Location: CFCAP FORMATION (Statistical Office)

Statistical and Computer Service

       Position: Monitoring and Evaluation Officer and Statistician

             Tasks and achievements:

  • Follow-up of the different activities carried out by the Field Agents (Abobo and Daloa commune)
  • Realization of questionnaires and statistical applications of data entry
  • Control of data collected and entered by the Monitoring Agents
  • Clearance of the data entered
  • Writing of monthly and quarterly reports of the cabinet

 

  • From September 2013 to January 2014

Location: National Institute of Statistics (INS)

Statistical Office

       Position: Technical Assistant in charge of statistics

             Tasks and achievements:

  • Contribution to the weekly production of price statistics
  • Writing of study protocols and periodic surveys
  • Treatment and analysis of collected data
  • Participation in the General Census of Population and Housing 2014 (RGPH 2014), jointly funded by the State of Côte d'Ivoire, the European Union and the World Bank

 

  • From November 2012 to February 2013

Location: Population Service International (PSI)

Department of Research and Monitoring-Evaluation

        Position: Data Manager Assistant (Internship)

Tasks and achievements

  • Participation in the preparation of quarterly screening reports for the 32 sites covered by the project
  • Verification of completeness and promptness of transmitted data reports
  • Coaching providers to correctly fill data collection tools

             Database Design:

Database developed under Access for monitoring reports for carriers and armed Forces.

             Studies:

  • Study on the quality of sales outlets of condoms in Côte d'Ivoire (accessibility of the point of sale, territorial coverage of outlets, availability of condoms).
  • RDQA (Evaluation of the quality of routine data in HIV / AIDS testing and counseling centers: collection, analysis and interpretation).

 

  • From June 2012 to August 2012

Location: Ivory Coast’s Ministry of Technical Education and Vocational Training

Planning and Statistics Direction

         Position: Statistician (Consultancy)

             Tasks and achievements:

  • Design of an input mask for the statistical yearbook

 

  • From June 2012 to July 2012

Location: General direction of Taxes (DGI)

Miscellaneous Tax Basis Service (SAID) - Tax Center of Port-Bouet / Vridi

        Position: Statistician (End of training course)

             Tasks and achievements:

  • Management of the database of the different activities of the Service
  • Technical and statistical support to the Deputy Chief of Service
  • Writing an end of internship report