Alex's work involves understanding how INASP’s programs have impact and incorporating learning both within INASP and with partners.
Alex previously led the monitoring and evaluation efforts in the Asian Disaster Preparedness Center (ADPC) based in Bangkok, Thailand. Here Alex, developed his skills to capture key learnings as well as create and implement systems to ensure accountability not only to donors but, more importantly, with the communities that ADPC worked with as well as ADPC’s collaborative partners. His worked there gave him experience in several countries including Bhutan, Maldives, Mongolia, Myanmar, Nepal, Pakistan, Philippines, and Sri Lanka.
Alex also worked in Bangladesh in the Innovation, Monitoring, Learning and Communications unit in the Chars Livelihood Programme (CLP). This was a DFID and AusAid funded programme reducing extreme poverty in NW Bangladesh. While working for CLP, Alex led research teams to study the impact of CLP activities on communities, findings of which were fed back into the operations of CLP.
Alex holds a Master’s in Development and Emergency Practice from Oxford Brookes University.