Melanie Dubuis has over nine years’ professional experience working in programme evaluation, monitoring and finance.
The past four years, her work has focused on evaluating humanitarian interventions in conflict and post-conflict contexts. Melanie therefore possesses extensive knowledge and understanding of such contexts and related challenges through background research, interviews with stakeholders, and field visits. Through the multiple evaluations she has managed and contributed to, she has familiarized herself with programming in humanitarian settings in a range of areas such as health, nutrition, food security & livelihood, WASH, Education in Emergencies and Child protection. Melanie also has a deep understanding of the humanitarian system through field mission interactions with different stakeholders such as UN agencies, INGOs, clusters, donors and governments. Melanie has undertaken field missions to South Sudan, Ivory Coast and Mauritania.
As an evaluator, Melanie possesses in-depth expertise in Monitoring and Evaluation stages, approaches, methodologies and tools including designing, planning, and implementing evaluations.
Further, through her Master Degree in International Development from the University of Manchester, Melanie has gained knowledge in evaluation of public programmes and policies as well as in international development with a particular focus on poverty issues in Sub-Saharan Africa.