Monitoring and Evaluation Officer, Ghana At Simprints


Simprints is a nonprofit tech company with a mission to radically increase transparency and effectiveness in global development. We build ethical, inclusive digital ID powered by biometrics to verify that health, aid, and services truly reach people. Simprints partners with organizations like Gavi to boost immunization rates in developing countries, Ministries of Health like Ghana on pandemic response, and NGOs like BRAC to deliver maternal healthcare. Studies have shown Simprints increases impact through real-time, precision data, for example, increasing maternal health visits by 38% in Bangladesh or accurate HIV tracing by 62% in Malawi. Today, we’ve worked in over 17 countries, helping deliver health, aid, and finance to >2.5M people. Our goal is to transform how the world fights poverty, ensuring that every vaccine, every dollar, and every public good reaches the people who need them most.

About the Role

Simprints is growing rapidly. We have proven that our technology can support partners in increasing the impact of their projects, with a new company strategy emphasizing a clear impact focus and expectations of deepening impact and how we generate data to evidence this. If you are the right person to enable our project team to roll out effective MEAL systems, deliver insights into biometric and programmatic data, and support a growing evidence base of impact, we want to hear from you.

At Simprints, we want everyone to feel ownership of the tasks they are working on, starting from the first day. As the Monitoring and Evaluation Officer, your role is critical in designing and implementing the monitoring and evaluation framework for our project in Ghana. You will explore how community health workers and targeted communities perceive Simprints technology. Working closely with the project manager in Ghana and Monitoring Evaluation and Impact (MEI) staff at headquarters, you’ll be actively involved in tracking project progress, assessing outputs, and providing data-driven insights to inform decision-making. You will actively engage with external stakeholders, such as government agencies, research partners in Ghana, or leading academic institutions worldwide, to grasp project priorities and needs.


This is a remote job; however the role must be based in the country of Ghana, and must have right to work in Ghana.

We are unable to support relocation or visa sponsorship.

If you are not based in Ghana, please do not apply for this role.

Start date

March 30, 2024


The role is funded for two years with the potential for extension


We are open to discussions regarding salary for this role. You will discuss this with the Talent Partner on your first call.

Role Responsibilities

  •  Monitoring and Evaluation System Design and Roll-out eDn1uip BIpnb
  •  Technical Oversight
  •  Promoting Learning for Decision Making
  •  Coordination and Field Logistics


February 2024