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Sarah Goodier

Sarah started as Cenfri’s Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL) Officer in June 2019. She leads the MEL work for two of Cenfri’s main programmes: insight2impact and Risk, Remittance and Integrity. Sarah also works across the organisation to explore how Cenfri understands, generates and reports on their impact. A focus for part of her work is to uncover and share learnings that can inform the internal learning and strategy towards achieving impact. An interest of hers is exploring ways that MEL processes and insights can be better leveraged to help programmes and organisations capture and understand their impact.

Before Sarah joined Cenfri, she most recently worked as an independent MEL consultant and for the Institute of Development Studies, University of Sussex, as a MEL Specialist.

  • MPhil (Programme Evaluation) from the University of Cape Town BSc (Biological Science) from the University of KwaZulu-Natal
  • BSc Honours and MSc (Molecular and Cell Biology) from the University of Cape Town

Recent Content
Is there a case for for-purpose remittances?
This report reveals the findings from our qualitative and quantitative research with remittance senders who l...
An analysis of ID proxy initiatives across the globe
BankservAfrica and Cenfri investigate the role of ID proxy initiatives in transforming payment ecosystems in...
Diagnostic study of the Zambian payments system
This diagnostic study explores Zambia’s payments landscape and provides insight and key learnings as Zambi...
What do we really know about digital solutions catalysing agribusiness in Africa for women?
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The importance of indicators in combatting illicit financial flows
The problem of illicit financial flows is recognised in the SDGs yet little progress has been made in combat...
Reaching for the future, searching for a vision for Africa’s digital economy
Digitalisation is disrupting markets and economic structures globally, and even advanced economies do not have a clear view of the new economy...