Based in Sierra Leone, Harry was research lead for the Out-of-School Children study, leading national research activities, including managing relations with education stakeholders from government and civil society and international organisations, and coordinated district research teams.
He led operations and delivered training to school leaders and district government staff for the Sierra Leone Education Attendance Monitoring System.
In South Sudan, Harry worked alongside the Ministry of Education to improve service delivery through the IMPACT and Girls' Education South Sudan projects. IMPACT was increasing girls' school attendance and building the MoE’s systems through cash transfers and information management.
Prior to joining CGA, Harry worked as a teacher then as a disaster response coordinator and trainer. He holds a BA Economics and Politics from Sheffield and an MSc Disaster Management from the Humanitarian and Conflict Response Institute.
In his spare time, Harry is an Army Reservist.
Axe Filles Education System Assessment
Under the FCDO-funded £23 million Accès...
Addressing Health HR Data Blockages in Sierra Leone
At the request of Sierra Leone’s...
Sierra Leone Teacher Management Information System (TMIS)
The Teaching Service Commission (TSC)...
Wi De Ya, One Tablet Per School, Sierra Leone
The Sierra Leone Teaching Service...