Joseph Sineka Limange is an International Monitoring & Evaluation Expert with over Twenty (20) years’ experience in Research, Policy, Planning, and Monitoring & Evaluation at senior management level for complex donor projects. His experience spans across various donors including USAID, DANIDA, CIDA, BMGF, Rockefeller Foundation, GTZ, DFID and further across various thematic areas including Education, Governance, Maternal, Neonatal & Child Health, Family Planning and Reproductive Health, HIV, Malaria, Water & Sanitations and Agriculture. He is currently the Acting Chief of Party/Senior Monitoring & Evaluation Advisor to MSI in the implementation of the USAID/MALI Monitoring & Evaluation Platform Project. He has handled several other full time and consultancy positions including the West African Monitoring and Evaluation Director to TechnoServe, Monitoring & Evaluation Director to Grameen Foundation, Senior Monitoring & Evaluation Director for the Johns Hopkins University on the USAID BCS Project; Regional Monitoring & Evaluation Director (West & Central Africa) of the Cocoa Livelihoods Project; Monitoring & Evaluation Manager for USAID SHARP Project, and Monitoring & Evaluation Team Leader for the DANIDA HSSO. Mr Limange on two occasions worked with International Business and Technical Consultants Incorporation (IBTCI) as Team Leader/Evaluation Specialist by leading teams of experts to evaluate the USAID CHS Project and Team Leader/Evaluation Methodologist USAID Education WASH Projects in Zambia. He has also worked with Social Impact Inc on three different occasions – first, as Senior Program & Policy Analyst on the USAID STCP Evaluation in Liberia; Second as Senior Agricultural Development Technical Advisor 1 on the Evaluation of Alliance for Green Revolution in Africa (AGRA) across Africa and third as Trade Evaluation Expert for the evaluation of the Africa Trade Hubs Project. In 2016, he served as the Evaluation Expert for the design of the DFID Malawi Integrated Health Project. He has excellent research (experimental design, quasi experimental design, qualitative research, quantitative research and mix method evaluations) and analytical skills with the use of SPSS, SAS and STATA as well as the design and management of ACCESS databases. He has extensive experience working in Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Cote d’Ivoire, Ethiopia, Ghana, Kenya, Liberia, Malawi, Mali, Nigeria, and Zambia. He also lectured in the Johns Hopkins University’s Global Leadership Program. Joseph Limange is a PhD candidate at the SMC University and holds an MBA in strategic and project management and has excellent communication and reporting skills in English and a grade four (S4, R4) fluency in French. He also speaks some seven African languages fluently.