Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) Officer at HAKI

HAKI Africa is a national human rights organisation based in Mombasa working to improve livelihoods and enhance the progressive realization of human rights in Kenya. Initiated in 2012, the organisation promotes partnership between state and non-state actors in order to constantly improve the well-being of individuals and communities and ensure respect for human rights and rule of law by all.

About the position

The Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) Officer will be responsible for the design, coordination and implementation of the Monitoring and Evaluation, Research, and Learning (MERL) framework of the organization. He/she will develop a systematic monitoring framework to improve the qualitative and quantitative evidence gathered, as well as ensure result harvesting for optimum impact of organizations projects.


The specific responsibilities will include;

  • Leading the planning and coordination of the regular and systemic monitoring of the project’s overall progress in achieving the intermediate and long-term indicators of the projects.
  • Supporting the relevant programs and grassroots partners in improving their existing monitoring and reporting systems so that project results indicators can be adequately monitored;
  • Prepare regular project monitoring reports as required, in collaboration with other Project Implementation Unit (PIU) staff, identifying potential implementation risks in achieving the results, and proactively proposing potential solutions;
  • Supporting the Programme Coordinator in planning and commissioning the project mid-term reviews, communicating the review’s results and undertaking follow-up actions;
  • Guiding and supporting staff and other stakeholders involved in the project implementation of the proper monitoring and evaluation of project activities;
  • Be responsible for the (MERL) framework for the organization.


  • At least a Bachelor’s degree in project management and or monitoring and evaluation, or related field. A Masters’ degree is an added advantage;
  • Minimum of 3-5 years’ relevant work experience in monitoring and evaluation role;
  • Proven time management and organizational skills;
  • Proven verbal, written, interpersonal and reporting skills; and
  • Ability to communicate in foreign UN language is an added advantage

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