Godfrey Eretu is a monitoring, evaluation, and research specialist based out of ICRW Africa’s Uganda office. In this role, he supports the development of research, and provides technical assistance and evaluation related to gender, sexual and reproductive health, child marriage, and adolescent health and development.
For over a decade, Godfrey has worked in managing, designing and implementing monitoring and evaluation systems and conducting project evaluation. He has extensive experience in data analytics and visualization, and he syncs quantitative and qualitative data to provide scientific meaning and interpretation. His current work at ICRW includes development of research protocols, technical assistance informing strategies to improve the quality and uptake of key services by targeted populations, and evaluation.
Prior to joining ICRW, Godfrey worked as a consultant for ICRW in a midterm evaluation of the KUWAZA program in Tanzania, Europe LTD, a UNICEF Partnership program for faith-based organizations at Uganda Episcopal Conference, Kampala Capital City Authority, Right To Play International, Kimetrica International, and Soroti Local Government. Godfrey’s work experience has also included collaborations with partner organizations and governments in sub-Saharan Africa: Botswana, Burundi, Ethiopia, Gambia, Nigeria, Mozambique, Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, South Sudan, and Zambia.