Maria Soledad Moreiras
Soledad Moreiras has worked in international development projects as well as climate projects in planning & formulation, monitoring, evaluation and learning from over 12 years. She has a record of working in both the public sector and as a private freelance consultant with UN bodies, multilateral development banks, governments, NGOs, academia & civil society in Projects based in Africa, Latin America and the Caribbean.
Her main areas of expertise include monitoring, evaluation and evidence-based learning (MEL) working with Project funded by institutions such as IFAD, IDB, WB, Adaptation Fund, GCF, CAF, IKEA, DDE, SIDA. She specializes in the development of results frameworks, indicators, development of ToC, MEL plans, including guidance on Key Performance Indicators and participatory monitoring and evaluation tools. In these areas she has worked in project planning & formulation, implementation as MEL officer and in evaluations for climate projects. Her sectoral experience includes climate change adaptation, rural development, and public-private partnerships in agriculture, including landscapes approaches and nature-based solutions.
Soledad holds and a master’s degree in Development and International Aid from the Universidad Complutense de Madrid. She further specialized in Public Policies and Project Evaluation, and Applied Economics with a focus on Environmental Economics, and Climate Change.