Feb 24, 2023

GOHi staff spotlight: Samuel Muluye Welelaw

Samuel Muluye Welelaw is a senior monitoring and evaluation expert at the Global One Health initiative (GOHi) Ethiopia office. Samuel has more than 15 years of experience in designing and developing monitoring and evaluation systems for project planning, performance monitoring and evaluations, managing various research and surveys, designing information management systems, project management by coordinating key stakeholders and providing research and evaluation analysis for donors. 

His work ensures all GOHi projects have a robust monitoring and evaluation system. He also develops monitoring and evaluation plans, frameworks and indicator trackers for projects.  

Before joining GOHi, Samuel was a senior research and evaluation advisor in Ipas, where he provided technical oversight to the monitoring and evaluation system, managed and supervised all monitoring and evaluation activities, and led the surveys in research design, implementation and interpretation of findings. He also working on the Ethio-Canada MNCH project as monitoring and evaluation advisor and at the Ethiopian Public Health Institution as a data management and analysis consultant. Samuel holds master’s degrees in biostatistics and project management from Addis Ababa University, and a bachelor’s in statistics from Hawassa University.