Nigel is an international development consultant, specialising in Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E), particularly the design, implementation and maintenance of M&E systems.

In over twenty years working as a member of the INTRAC network, Nigel has carried out work on M&E systems for a variety of different organisations. Most of this work has been done with International NGOs and large, Southern NGOs. Nigel has also worked directly with institutional donors, UN bodies and private sector organisations.

Nigel is recognised as a thought leader on developing M&E systems and frameworks, especially at the organisational level and within complex programmes. He has written a number of papers on the subject, which are all available freely from the INTRAC website. Nigel authored many of the papers in INTRAC’s online M&E Universe tool.

Related Projects

The M&E Universe

Reviewing the Strengthening Civil Courage programme

Monitoring and evaluation system for the Climate and Development Knowledge Network

Using beneficiary feedback to improve development programmes

Evaluation of Danish strategy for support to civil society

Related Posts


M&E and improving: changing the status quo


M&E and improving: the key features


M&E and improving: the spin chain

Related Resources