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The Digital NGO: Turn Intent into Action.
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Dora Curry

CARE-USA
Sr. Technical Advisor, Monitoring. Evaluation and Learning
Dora Ward Curry currently serves as Senior Technical Advisor for Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning in CARE-USA’s Sexual, Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR) team, leading both the transition to an open-source web-based database platform for the team’s flagship project for SRH in emergencies and SRHR input into CARE’s global MEL standards and guidance. For five years, she led CARE’s participation in the global CORE Group Polio Project (CGPP), a multi-partner initiative to coordinate non-governmental and community-based organizations’ support to the Global Polio Eradication Initiative. Shortly after receiving her Master’s of Public Health from Emory University, Ms. Curry was involved in the early stages of the CGPP and later led and implemented child health programming in Latin America and Southern Africa, culminating in her leadership of a USAID Child Survival Grant child health and HIV/AIDS project. She has had the privilege to work with leaders and communities in a wide range of settings from Kwa-Zulu Natal, South Africa to refugee camps and host communities in southern Chad, and from flood-affected, rural communities in Pakistan to urban slums in Angola. Her approach to monitoring, evaluation and learning evolve from a fairly traditional evaluation approach based on a project cycle to an approach using a strategic combination of routinely collected data and periodic evaluation data to maximize both understanding of the dynamics influencing health outcomes and opportunities for measureable program improvement.