Emmanuel Chimezie Uguru is the Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Support Officer, at the African Ministers’ Council on Water (AMCOW) doubling as the youth focal point. He holds a master’s degree in Information Technology and Security from College de Paris France, and a bachelor’s degree in Statistics from Abia State University, Nigeria.
Emmanuel has over 6 years of experience in monitoring and reporting to inform high-level decision making for the prioritization of water and sanitation sector development in Africa. Emmanuel utilizes these country data collected from all 55 African Union (AU) Member States to spotlight and recommend sustainable solutions towards addressing key sector issues, with the support of development partners, civil society groups, youth networks, local NGOs, academia as well as relevant sector stakeholders.
Some of his core competencies include, data analytics and visualization, youth coordination and empowerment, high-level advocacy, strategic partnerships and social inclusion in addition to project formulation and implementation skills, with a result based management focus for maximum impact.
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