Program Performance Monitoring Officer
Jane Ebot comes to TCI from USAID where she provided technical assistance as a Global Health Fellow and AAAS Fellow to the Office of Population and Reproductive Health (O/PRH) by identifying strategic approaches to measure and evaluate family planning and post-partum family planning service delivery and uptake through various USAID mechanisms: M&E’s Working Group, PRH’s Country Support Working Group, USAID Youth Team, the Maternal and Child Survival Program (MCSP) technical team, and Maternal Infant and Young Child Nutrition-FP Working Groups.
Jane developed a FP/RH data collection matrix which was used by Global Health/PRH technical advisors to routinely assess the scale and quality of high impact FP/RH practices across 24 priority FP countries. She was the Mali Country Team Lead and M&E advisor to USAID/Madagascar for the Bureau of Global Health. She collaborated with global donors including MEASURE Evaluation, FP2020, and IPPF to advance the standardization and validation of key FP and Post-Partum FP indicators.
Prior to USAID, Jane received her PhD in Sociology and Demography from the University of Texas at Austin where her research focused on the relationship between socio-economic status, specifically women’s educational attainment, and children’s nutritional outcomes in urban regions in sub-Saharan Africa.