Muyiwa Oladosun is a pioneer staff and one of the founding members of CovenantFriends International Consultants (CFIC) since 2007, former MiraMonitor Consulting Ltd (MMC). He is an expert in research, monitoring, and evaluation (M&E) of development projects. He has over 22 years post-Ph.D. professional experience in sub-Saharan Africa, South-East Asia, Eastern Europe, North America, and South America.
At CFIC, he directs and provides oversight on the operations and implementation of development projects. His expertise is multifaceted, including conceptualization and modeling, problem diagnoses, and solutions. His professional experience spans several countries and contexts where he provides short-term and long-term consultancy on research (quantitative and qualitative), M&E, capacity building, project logistics, and related areas.
He is a faculty at Covenant University, Ota, Nigeria, where he lectures on research methods (quantitative and qualitative), reproductive health and family planning, rural sociology, M&E, population and development, social demography, and public health informatics at the undergraduate and graduate levels. His areas of research interests include knowledge evaluation, behavior change, reproductive health and family planning, HIV/AIDS, malaria prevention, and census planning & implementation.
He has a Ph.D. in Rural Sociology/Demography from Pennsylvania State University, USA; MA in Population and Social Research from Mahidol University, Thailand; and BSc in Demography and Social Statistics from the University of Ife (now Obafemi Awolowo University), Nigeria. Also, he has professional certificates in Health Financing for Universal Health Coverage, WHO, Geneva; Use of Population Projections for Socio-Economic Planning, Central School of Planning and Statistics, Warsaw, Poland; and Diploma in Health Planning & Management, University of Maiduguri, Nigeria. He is a member of American Public Health Association; American Evaluation Association; European Evaluation Society; Population Association of America; Rural Sociological Society of America; and Union for African Population Studies.