Chrispin Mwizero is a Knowledge Management Associate ensuring relevant knowledge from the Humanitarian Grand Challenge portfolio is efficiently created, managed, shared, and integrated with internal and external audiences to improve humanitarian and programmatic outcomes. Chrispin built his career in monitoring, evaluation, and research of community development projects operating in areas such as child protection, maternal and infant health, food security, peace building, family planning and gender based violence.
Since 2007, Chrispin has occupied a position of Monitoring and Evaluation Officer of non-profit organizations namely Catholic Relief Services, Right to Play and EngenderHealth. He’s had outstanding involvement in research activities, proposal writing, project management, database management, M&E tools design and procurement. Originating from Burundi, he has lived conflict situations since childhood (1993) and he has acquired experience in the implementation of projects in conflict affected countries like Burundi, Uganda, Madagascar and Kenya through a consortium approach. He has interest in ICT4D (Information Communication Technology for Development) applied to M&E and the integration of gender perspective in project approaches. Chrispin holds a bachelor’s degree in social sciences from Uganda Martyrs University with training in Data collection, Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability, Learning, and various trainings related to Knowledge management.