Muyiwa Kolade is an astute humanitarian and management consultant with extensive frontline experience in Public policy, system strengthening, advocacy and awareness campaigns for social impacts, research and knowledge management, and program design. He has demonstrated intensive expertise in research methodologies, application of structural framework and models for problem-solving, strong analytical skill, case solving, and management skills with administrative and on-field experience in generating data and findings that inform strategy design for social impact with government, partners (locally and at the national level), and stakeholder. He has frontier experience in data collection and collation, qualitative and quantitative data collection, focus group discussion, key Informant Interviews, (for baseline, mid-line, and end-line) assessment, data validation and visualization, synthesizing findings, and engaging stakeholders with results for impact and developmental change.
Across the humanitarian field, Muyiwa has demonstrated vast technical ability administratively (report writing) and as a field officer (data collection and collation) where he has reached out to over 70000 persons and has administered psycho-social support and counselling to over 25000 people living in hard to reach and security-compromised communities, and who are living below the poverty line and those at the risk of sexual violence and assault. He is a versatile problem solver who identifies peculiarities of a client’s needs without using the “one size fits all” approach in providing solutions and is always willing to leverage his expertise in promoting the goodwill of any organization in a professional and mutually beneficial way. He has worked with government and civil society organizations to develop policies that impact social behaviour, recovery, rehabilitation, and reintegration. He was part of a team that developed work plans for a state-specific-strategy on vaccine deployment plan for BMGF states in Nigeria, and also in the development of a tracking system for the social listening tool to draw insights on vaccine uptake and brand preference among healthcare providers and their immediate communities.