Dr. Fletcher Tembo
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Dr. Fletcher Tembo is Director for the Making All Voices Count Programme, an international initiative that contributes towards effective governance and accountability by enabling citizen engagement and open, responsive government in 12 countries in Africa and Asia. The programme is committed to promoting transparency, fighting corruption, empowering marginalised citizens, and harnessing the power of new technologies to make government more effective and accountable. He has also been Director for the Mwananchi Social Accountability Research and Learning, which emanated from managing the Overseas Development Institute’s five year, Six African Country Governance and Transparency Fund Programme funded by DFID.
Fletcher specializes in using Political Economy Analysis (PEA) approaches to address collective action problems; monitoring and evaluation frameworks and developing models of donor support for transparency and accountability initiatives. He has been supporting the Monitoring and Evaluation design and implementation of several programmes in Africa, including the Mozambique Civil Society Support Foundation (MASC), Kenya Drivers of Accountability, and the Zambia Governance Foundation. He is Team Leader for the Independent Monitoring and Evaluation Project of the Zambia Accountability Programme. He is also the Open Government Partnership (OGP) Independent Research Mechanism (IRM) researcher for Malawi and a member of the Political Economy Advisory Group (PEAG) for the Tilitonse Governance Programme in Malawi.
Prior to working as a full time Research Fellow at ODI in London (from 2006 – 2013), Fletcher worked for World Vision International as a Senior Economic Policy Adviser researching and managing advocacy campaigns on aid effectiveness and domestic accountability, using evidence from Africa, Asia and Latin America.