Tiondi Andrew has 25 years’ experience working in the public sector, and 13 years in senior management position at national level within multi-cultural settings at the National Population Council (NPC) formerly Population Secretariat (POPSEC). He is a well-experienced M&E Specialist with over 12 years’ experience as Director, Monitoring and Evaluation Department at NPC. He has extensive experience in programme/project planning, execution, and monitoring and evaluation, with technical expertise in environment and natural resource management; population and development; public policy analysis and development; strategic and operations management, building and sustaining strategic alliances/partnership relationships aimed at improving quality of life of the population for sustainable development. He also worked as part-time Lecturer at Makerere University School of Public Health (MUSPH) for 20 years.
He has worked on programmes/projects funded by UNDP, UNFPA, Rockefeller Foundation and Population Reference Bureau (PRB), and coordinated the monitoring and evaluation of these programmes/projects in areas of population and development covering advocacy, population dynamics, SRH/FP and gender issues. He was also represented Uganda as the representative of the National PHE Network at the Regional Expert Technical Committee on Population, Health and Environment (PHE) programme at the East African Community (EAC), Arusha, Tanzania and Regional Integrated Technical Working Group on PHE programme at the Lake Victoria Basin Commission (LVBC)/EAC, Kisumu, Kenya.
He is a holder of M. Sc. (ENRM), and B. Sc. (Geography and Environmental Science), Makerere University, Kampala, Postgraduate Diplomas in Monitoring and Evaluation, and Project Planning and Management, Uganda Management Institute, Kampala, and Postgraduate Diploma in Education, Makerere University, Kampala.