Dr Kiros Hiruy

Senior Research Fellow

Dr Kiros Hiruy is a development anthropologist with regional development expertise. He is an experienced project manager with capabilities in qualitative and quantitative data analysis, and his experiences have spanned regional economic development, project management, evaluation and social research.

He has worked with communities, governments and non-governmental organisations in Africa, Australia and the Asia-Pacific region. Kiros has consulted widely in program evaluation.

Kiros is a trained practitioner in Social Return on Investment (SROI) and participatory monitoring and evaluation, and he brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise in social impact measurement and evaluation.

Kiros’ broad research interest is understanding development and social change at local, regional and international levels. His particular interests include understanding the dynamics of social impact in rural and regional areas, the social impact of Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs), the Diaspora (African) and social change.

He has published widely, most recently ‘Impact assessment: assessing the social dimensions of fisheries research projects in the Asia-Pacific Region’, Impact Assessment and Project Appraisal, Vol. 36, no. 6 (Jul 2018), pp. 444-455 (with Megerssa Wallo).

You can hear from Kiros in the impact2020 webinar: Social cohesion - Creating connections in place.


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