More about me
Jackie Yiptong Avila is Program Evaluator with over ten years of experience in conducting evaluation using a mixed methods approach. Previously. she has worked at Statistics Canada as a Survey Statistician and Methodologist, a career that spanned for over 30 years. She has extensive experience in designing and managing household, socio-economic and enterprise surveys as well as customer satisfaction surveys She has worked in West Africa, the Middle East, Haiti, Mauritius and Canada. Her experience in program evaluation includes
· Familiarity with the UN, USAID and USDA Evaluation Policy and Guidelines.
· Evaluation of USAID Feed the Future Food security and Nutrition Programs, USDA Food for Progress Agriculture Value Chains Program; UNDP Women and Youth empowerment and micro-enterprises Programs; UNFPA and USAID programs in humanitarian settings.
Jackie was a Staff member of the World Bank International Program for Development Evaluation Training (IPDET). She provides training and workshop facilitation in Survey Methodology; Monitoring and Evaluation. She is a member of the Canadian Evaluation Society; the American Evaluation Association; the Canadian Association of International Development Practitioners and is a Lifetime member of the International Development Evaluation Association ( IDEAS). She is fluent in English, French and Spanish and enjoys working with emerging young evaluators.