Elsa Febles Carmona
Elsa Febles Carmona is the Senior MEAL Advisor for Resilience at Oxfam Intermón (Oxfam Spain), leading the Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability and Learning (MEAL) for resilience theme at Oxfam, through the Resilience Knowledge Hub (RKH).
Elsa aims to improve the practice of program staff in implementing MEAL systems suited for resilience programming. She helps to co-create knowledge and evidence on resilience though research, evaluation and learning activities that seek to improve program quality, and contribute evidence to support Oxfam and its partners’ influencing efforts. She has experience working in West African Sahelian countries and Latin America.
Elsa’s recent work includes:
Supporting MEAL systems, evaluations and cross-program learning of Oxfam projects funded under the European Union resilience program, EU Emergency Trust Fund for Africa: Sahel & Lake Chad
Leading the two meta-evaluations of Oxfam’s resilience portfolio with the Overseas Development Institute (ODI):
Developing Oxfam’s Monitoring, evaluation and learning for resilience: A companion guide (2018)
Supporting the finalization of Oxfam resilience publications, including:
During 2018, Elsa co-authored two Oxfam presentations at the European Evaluation Society (EES) Conference: Evaluation for more resilient societies, and participated in two panels at the RMEL Conference 2018:
Elsa holds a Bachelor's degree in Political Sciences from the University Pompeu Fabra (UPF), Barcelona, and a Master’s in International Development and Humanitarian Aid from the University Carlos III, Madrid.