Author: Jamie Frederick

When is the last time you swiped a credit card or paid for a purchase online?  For most of us, these transactions are…

Some say, “a picture is worth 1,000 words.” At Nuru, I think that our data collection efforts are sometimes worth more than a…

It’s hard to believe that my year here with Nuru Kenya is coming to a close. The work I have done and the…

It’s very sunny here in Kenya but we are still working hard and when I think of Nuru’s mission I work even harder….

2013 is a busy year for our Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) team at Nuru International. We are launching an M&E component into Ethiopia…

Returning from Kenya in November last year, I’m back in the US working to provide insight and strategy on Monitoring & Evaluation systems…

The purpose of the Nuru Household (HH) survey is to collect data to evaluate the effectiveness of the interventions conducted by Nuru International’s…

All over the world, inequalities exist.  In the US, the typical white family has 20 times the wealth of the median black family. …

Gazing across the rural Kurian countryside, you see houses scattered miles apart from each other, hills rolling, and no major roads but rather…

What do you get when you cross the community’s point-of-view and working to determine the impact of programming?  Participatory evaluation. According to the…