Jacqueline Storey

Jacqueline Storey

Jacqueline  is the Inclusion Project Manager of Mekong Regional Water Governance Program, Oxfam. She also facilitates and advises Oxfam country offices and programs in program design, monitoring, evaluation and learning (MEL) across South and East Asia and Southern Africa. She is a regional contact point for Oxfam’s regional MEL network in the Asia Region, and supports implementation of Oxfam’s Common Approach to MEL and Social Accountability.

Jacqueline has extensive experience in evaluation, having worked previously as an internal evaluation advisor in World Vision Australia’s Indigenous Australia Program, and an external evaluator as a Senior Consultant with Roberts Evaluation, as well as tutoring in monitoring and evaluation at the University of Melbourne. Jacqueline holds a Master of Development Studies and a Bachelor of Arts and Sciences with First Class Honours in Anthropology from the University of Melbourne. She is particularly skilled in participatory approaches to evaluation, and working cross-culturally to make evaluation processes accessible, relevant and meaningful.


(Day Two) Session 2: Reaching the Last Mile – Voices from the Field

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