Adaptive monitoring: How do we learn from our programs? Anahi Ayala Iacucci, Internews
We all collect incredibly useful data that we we often don’t even use. What can this data do for our own programs? How can we use it to create and sustain a constructive relationship with our partners. How can we better connect the “M” to the “L” in MERL? And how can we do it in low tech geographies? Internews will share how we used M&E data for program adaptation over a 3-year project, and how that same data was also used to hold other agencies accountable.
Anahi Ayala Iacucci, Senior Director – Humanitarian Programs, Internews. Anahi Ayala Iacucci leads the Internews Humanitarian team as the Senior Director for Humanitarian Programs. Anahi plays a key role in developing Internews’ global Humanitarian program strategies; while also closely supporting teams in the field and managing Internews Emergency Response Program. Since 2006 Anahi has been consulting for NGOs and international organizations like UNOCHA and the World Bank on the use of ICT4D, new technologies and crisis mapping, merging her skills in Human Rights and Humanitarian Aid with her technical expertise on the use of technology for development. In 2015 Anahi became the Humanitarian Director for Internews South Sudan, where she managed a multimillion dollars portfolio of 6 different projects before moving to her current position in 2017. Anahi holds a BA in Political Science from the University of Bologna; a Master Degree in International Affairs from Colombia University; a Master in Human Rights from the University of Padova; and a Post-Graduate Degree on Humanitarian Assistance from the Center for the Rights of People of the Padova University. She is also the co-founded of the Standby Task Force, a member of the International Network of Crisis Mappers and a Board member of Elva. More about Anahi here, on Twitter @anahi_ayala or at Internews.