Monitoring, Evaluation & Research Specialist
Samantha Minga is a Monitoring, Evaluation and Research Specialist in South Sudan, a self-proclaimed information fanatic with strong love for global cultures and travel. She has experience in developing research programs, research implementation, and data analysis; and has conducted several baseline surveys, feasibility studies, quantitative and qualitative research in Uganda and South Sudan. To date, she has worked on different projects for the World Bank, AWF, UNOCHA, BAT, ICGLR, IPSOS, DFID, NUI Galway and other commercial institutions with a scope of research that covers business/market assessments, environmental analysis, livelihood and humanitarian aid assessments, small arms as well as Violence Against Women and Girls (VAGW). Samantha holds an MBA from Westminister International College, Malaysia in collaboration with Cardiff Metropolitan University, UK and a Bachelor’s degree (Hons) in Entrepreneurship from Limkokwing University, Malaysia. She has earnest interest in carrying forward women’s voices in South Sudan as the country transitions from conflict to a peaceful functioning state and offers voluntary services to Women Enterprise Development (WED).