Joseph Kpamka Dindiok, a MEAL/GIS Specialist at ADRA Ghana, is a team player with academic training in Geoinformation Science, Mathematics, and Statistics with strong analytical skills in Participatory and Results-Based Monitoring & Evaluation (PRBME), Geographic Information Systems, Reporting, Data Analysis, and Graphic Designs. He holds a Master of Science Degree in Geoinformation Science from the University of Ghana, having obtained a Bachelor’s Degree in Mathematics from the University of Cape Coast in 2004.
He possesses hands-on knowledge in establishing M&E Systems, geo-data processing, cartography, spatial statistics, spatial analysis, mobile data collection, and project management for program planning, development, reporting, monitoring, and evaluation. He has rich experience in conducting field surveys and assessments in the following portfolios: Agriculture & Food Security; Nutrition, Water & Sanitation; Primary Health; Education; and Disaster Risk Reduction—Emergency Response. Mr. Dindiok is also a 2013 Results-Based Monitoring & Evaluation (RBME) Fellow of the Danida Fellowship Centre (DFC). He is also a Gold Member of the Ghana Monitoring and Evaluation Forum (GMEF).
Since 2004, Mr. Dindiok has gathered extensive experience working on multinational-donors (USAID, MCC-MiDA, Global Fund, AGRA, UNHCR, GIZ, EU, and DANIDA) funded development projects.