Monitoring and Evaluation Officer 


DAPP registered in 1990 as a national non-profit association with its national office on the Copperbelt. The objective of DAPP is, through the implementation of projects, to empower people with knowledge, skills, and tools to improve their living conditions.

DAPP works shoulder to shoulder with people in urban and rural communities in the following thematic areas: Health, education, agriculture, climate change mitigation and adaptation, environment, human rights, and community development. DAPP has an income generating leg by selling secondhand clothes.

DAPP is currently working in 62 districts situated in all 10 provinces of Zambia reaching over 1 million people with direct interventions.  DAPP is a Member of the International Humana People to People Movement.

DAPP is currently inviting suitably qualified candidates to apply for the position of Monitoring and Evaluation Officer for the Total Control of Tuberculosis (TCTB) project.

The position is based in Lusaka.

Job summary/ responsibilities:

Supports the building of a strong and efficient M&E team at project level and contributes to the strengthening of the M&E and data management systems in the supported sub districts and health facilities within the district.
Plans M&E activities for the project on a yearly, quarterly, monthly, weekly and daily basis, according to the approved project work-plan and budget.
Trains and provides mentorship to project staff in M&E concepts, new tools and databases.
Develops common data collection tools and systems. Works with staff and partners to make TCTB data collection modifications, based on analysis of routine data.
Work with the DHOs, HFs and M&E teams from other stakeholders to plan & conducts data quality assurance (DQA) including implementation of routine DQMIS activities in Health Facilities.
Ensures timely data collection and entry into databases according to the project M&E plan.
Analyses data, document results on key performance indicators and conducts regular updating of project performance monitoring plans in order to highlight progress on expected outputs and outcomes.
Conducts monthly data verification in each Health Facility in the project, including data quality assessment.
Responsible for database management at provincial level
Responsible for quality data storage and ensures that all data is in order and updated.
Prepares donor and partner reports, timely; using the provided reporting systems and develops visual presentations.
Participates in relevant partner, stakeholder, management and staff meetings and presents visual reports
Supports DAPP-TC TB in on-going project review and planning, using data results to improve the project implementation. This includes the development of various planning and review documents
Uses data generated to inform development of new activities, and participates in conducting project surveys.
Develops and maintains strong working relationships with Ministry of Health at provincial, district, facility levels and with other implementing partners

Key Qualifications and Skills

University degree with a major preferably in demography/population studies or any other related social science, with at least three years’ relevant work experience in M&E in HIV and TB Activities in complex, multi-year health sector development projects
At least three years’ experience in similar position
Have competence and experience working with Advanced Excel, MER, SmartCare, DQMIS and DHIS2
Strong diagnostic, analytical and problem solving skills
Ready to revise M&E protocols and systems in order to adopt changed funding agency demands
Vast experience with development of M&E work and direct supervision of staff in implementation of M&E
Sensitivity to and understanding of the political and ethical issues surrounding HIV prevention, care, and treatment, also of key populations
Excellent written English and oral communication skills

Application Method

Applications with detailed CVs and 3 professional referees (among whom one must be, or was supervisor) must be received by 27th March, 2023.

Please do not attach certificates and other documentation at this stage.

Please submit to these E-mails: with copies to and

Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted

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