Evangilistar Nyiramahoro is statistician with over six years of experience in project and team management, complex sample survey design and analysis, causal inference, policy analysis, development of monitoring and evaluation frameworks and plans, program/project monitoring and evaluations. She has excellent statistical computing skills and management of large databases with experience of use of several statistical software programs including STATA, SPSS, Epi-data, Epi-info among others.
Evangilistar holds a Master of Statistics (Makerere University) and a Bachelor’s degree in Economics and Statistics (Kyambogo University).
World Vision (June-July 2022) Contracted as Co-consultant to conduct a medium-term expenditure analysis for child wellbeing in Uganda (2020/2021-2024/2025)
Reach A Hand Uganda (August-September 2021) Contracted as Co-consultant to identify and map the Vulnerable people with limited access and utilization to SRHR, Non-communicable diseases and Mental Health Information and Services in Rubaga Division, Kampala.
AFFCAD, SHF and Wezesha Impact (June-July 2021) Contracted as C o-consultant to conduct mapping and profiling the vulnerable Households affected by COVID-19 and skills gaps of young women and men in Kawempe Division, Kampala.
NIMD, WFD and PPI (Jan-September 2020). Contracted as a Research Assistant and Quantitative Data Analyst A study on the Impact of Cost of Politics on Inclusive Political Participation in Uganda among current and former Local Government leaders and Members of Parliament.
Nyiramahoro E, & Kitamirike E. (2021). Uganda’s Political Outlook Post the 2021 Elections; A Review of The Electoral Process and Implications for Democratic Governance. Public Policy Institute. Kampala
Adyera D. & Nyiramahoro E., (2020). Delivering Safe and Credible Elections amidst COVID-19 in Uganda. Analysis of recent developments in the Electoral Environment Ahead of the 2021 General Elections, No. 03 of 2020. PPI, Kampala