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Position: Programme Officer - Monitoring and Evaluation

The Programme Officer-Monitoring and Evaluation is responsible for leading the implementation of the Human Rights Centre Uganda (HRCU) Monitoring and Evaluation plan to monitor progress, evaluate effectiveness, and disseminate results of the different project activities. The Programme Officer- Monintoring and Evaluation has primary responsibility for identifying Monintoring and Evaluation needs, designing and maintaining data collection systems and for ensuring that all necessary information, from both routine reporting as well as from ad hoc data collection efforts and special studies, is collected, analyzed and used in guiding internal project planning and informing staff about the different project activities and accomplishments. The Programme Officer- Monintoring and Evaluation conducts all appropriate analyses, including the use of complementary datasets and secondary analysis, and fully documents activities and accomplishments in the form of reports, publications and presentations to staff and donors. In addition, s/he provides mentoring to staff to monitor and evaluate the different project activities. Lastly, s/he is responsible for writing up and publishing lessons learned from the Monintoring and Evaluation of different projects.



HRCU admits volunteers and interns both from Uganda and around the world. Under this programme, individuals who have a passion for human rights and have an interest in joining the HRCU team to further the mission and vision of the organisation are given the opportunity to do so. The organisation recognises and respects diversity in its recruitment process and has given its former volunteers and interns invaluable practical experience. Previous interns and volunteers have been drawn from Uganda, USA and Ireland.

Applications can be sent by email to or hand delivered to Plot 83 Katalima Road, Naguru or Posted to P.O Box 25638 Kampala, Uganda


An overview of our past activities.

Mr. Chamy Traore together Mr. Mugisa Robert and Ms. Nyakato Dorothy at the Makerere expo 2018

Makerere students getting information on human rights publications published by HRCU.

Makerere students picking human rights publications published by HRCU.

Ms. Blaire taking notes at a workshop