Moses joined our Kampala office in October 2017 in the role of Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL) Manager. Moses brings a wealth of experience to this role and we are excited to have him as part of the team. We thought you should get to know him a little bit more…
Tell us a bit about yourself:
I have been married for 5 years to Naome and together God has blessed us with 2 handsome boys; Dara and Olin.
Professionally, I am an MEL Specialist. Before joining Fields of Life, I was privileged to work with a number of development partners including; ILO-IPEC, USAID, DFID, World Bank, SIDA, and Oxfam-Novib where my key role was to provide technical MEL support towards effective and efficient implementation of development interventions.
When did you first get involved with Fields of Life and Why?
I joined Fields of Life on 10th October 2017. I wanted to get involved particularly because of the organisational core values which are God-centered. I am also passionate about-changing and transforming lives and giving hope to the most vulnerable young people and local communities they come from.
What is your favourite thing about your job?
Making sense of regularly gathered programme and operational data to establish what is working well and what could be improved. I enjoy finding ways to either fix something or adapt it so that we can better serve the local communities across the East African region.
What’s been the most exciting thing since you started?
My recent field visit to Kisoro district, in the South Western part of Uganda, where Fields of Life and the Girls’ Brigade Northern Ireland are supporting the Diocese of Muhabura to construct Karwa Centenary Primary and Nursery School. When I looked at the old school structures and the beautiful faces of the young children with hardly any furniture in their temporary classrooms, I was left with nothing but to thank God for his daily providence to mankind and I asked God to continuously bless the current and potential Fields of Life donors who are transforming lives and giving hope to the disadvantaged members of society.
What 3 words would you use to describe yourself?
Dedicated, honest and trustworthy.