Aligo Amba is Montrose’s Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL) Specialist for the DFID-funded Health Pooled Fund South Sudan (HPF3). He is a clinical officer and public health professional with over 10 years of working experience in the health sector.
He has vast experience in programme implementation attained at multiple levels of the health system. Aligo’s proficiency includes public healthcare management, designing tools for data collection, conducting needs assessments, situational analyses, project monitoring and evaluations, designing of strategies and programmes implementation.
Aligo is passionate about improving health standards and systems of communities. He combines strong interpersonal skills with extensive production and technical knowledge. He applies the use of evidence-based interventions and strategies to promote universal health coverage and reduce inequity. Aligo has strong programme and evaluation skills, developed over a long career path, and excellent communication skills.
He leads a diverse team and has a proven track record of improving project results while developing analytical and critical thinking skills.
Aligo has a Master’s in International Health Management from International Telematic University, a BA in Public Health from Texila American University, and an Advanced Post Graduate Diploma Public Health Research from James Lind Institute. He also has a Diploma in Reproductive Health from Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine and a Diploma in Clinical Medicine and Public Health form Maridi National Training Institute, South Sudan.