Prakash Javalkar, M&E Lead is an M&E Specialist with about 15 years of experience in setting up monitoring and evaluation systems for large-scale interventions; planning, designing, managing, and monitoring large studies; and analysis of large data sets using sophisticated statistical techniques.
In his previous role at KHPT, he was involved in managing research studies under the Research Program Consortium (STRIVE) led by the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (LSHTM) funded through UKAID. He was also part of University of Manitoba (UoM) Global Technical Team, where he provided technical support to strengthen the monitoring and evaluation systems of developing countries in addressing HIV epidemic among key population under LINKAGES project funded by USAID.
He holds post-graduate degrees in Sociology and has published more than 20 peer-reviewed articles in an international journal with high impact factor and co-authored several abstracts which were presented in national/international conferences.
Aparna Mukherjee is the Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) Lead for the Adolescent Thematic at KHPT and provides M&E support to the theme. She is a PhD in Demography and prior to KHPT, she worked as ‘Assistant Professor’ at the Tata Institute for Social Sciences, Mumbai.
Her expertise is in mixed-method research and she is inclined towards using an inter-disciplinary approach to examine how social and population dynamics can influence larger developmental goals.
Mr Vidyacharan Malve holds a Degree in Bachelor of Science, postgraduate diploma in Epidemiology and Information technology. Has an experience of 12+ years in the field of monitoring and evaluation, specific focus to the program monitoring component, has an experience of 8+ year in the monitoring of HIV/AIDS program, 2 years in monitoring the nutrition program and 2 years into the NCD program.
Core competencies of handling issues related to MIS/CMIS, analyze data, strengthening the quality of data through supportive supervision and monitoring visit to the frontline worker and build the capacities of the project team for in-house analysis and strengthen the M&E/MIS system. Strengthen the project team in using the data for program planning and service delivery. He has also been part of implementing mapping, validation and research surveys among the Most at-risk population, vulnerable population in urban and rural areas, population-level screening for NCD has also experience of doing data analysis and processing.