Pamela Sequeira

After leaving CIE, Pamela spent the next 20 years working in a variety of roles in the development sector in Pakistan. 


Initially, she worked for Save the Children, USA as the Information Systems Manager, conducted research on various components of assistance to the Afghan Refugees and designed their reporting systems. 


From 1999 until 2005 Pamela worked as the Management Information Systems Advisor/Program Officer with United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) where she was responsible for developing and implementing the results framework and implemented projects on strengthening routine information systems, mobile health units and contraceptive logistics in collaboration with the Ministry and departments of health and population welfare.


After working with UNFPA in 2006, in 2007 she became a Program Development Officer for Canadian International Development Assistance (CIDA) programme, managing health, governances, and humanitarian programmes / projects.   


Then in 2009, for almost six years until 2015 Pamela worked with John Snow Inc. in several different roles. She worked as a monitoring and evaluation specialist for a UK and Australian funded Maternal Neonatal, and Child Health (MNCH) Programme managed by Mott MacDonald. She supported DFID in undertaking programme reviews and managed evaluations and assessments of government programmes and UN projects and strengthened government monitoring systems. She also held the position of Director Communications and knowledge management for a USAID funded health systems and service delivery project.  


Currently, she is working as the Team Lead with Integrity Research and Consulting, on the third-party monitoring and research component of FCDO, a UK Aid funded Family Planning Project (Click picture, right, for article co-authored by Pamela).  She is also working as the evaluation delivery and health advisor as a consultant for Integrity on the Third-Party Monitoring and Evaluation of FCDO supported Multi Year Humanitarian Programme (MYHP) [2-22]




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