Rachman Pasha joined GGGI in the role of Senior Officer, Monitoring, Evaluation, Reporting, and Improvement (MERI) on March 1, 2021. In this role, Rachman is responsible for establishing an effective results-based monitoring, evaluation and reporting system for GGGI Indonesia to meet reporting expectations of our donors, government partners and GGGI, and to help ensure continuous learning to improve GGGI’s processes and impact.
With over 10 years of professional experience in monitoring, evaluation, and learning, stakeholder engagements, and forest-related research, Rachman has a broad range of expertise related to project management, translating project’s results framework into implementation, multi-stakeholder engagement, partners/grants management as well as conducting monitoring and evaluation. As a Forester, his knowledge of forest-related policies such as social forestry, forest management units, conservation area management, sustainable forest management, and others, is instrumental in helping him understand the context of key activities of GGGI in Indonesia and globally.
His early career began as a multi-stakeholder engagements specialist in the World Agroforestry Centre known as ICRAF, in Papua, where he examined and mapped stakeholders to analyze the influence of policy processes and power on policy development. Afterwards, he worked as a monitoring, evaluation and learning (MEL) coordinator in USAID-funded forestry and climate change projects in Indonesia (USAID-LESTARI) where he successfully managed the implementation of the M&E operation manual, M&E tools, and project monitoring plans, including training and support for project managers, field teams, grants, and project partners for four years. Before joining GGGI, he worked as MEL Specialist conducting the impact assessment for the Forest, Tree, and Agroforestry (FTA) program at CIFOR. Rachman holds a Bachelor’s degree in Forest Conservation from the Bogor Agriculture University (IPB) and a Master’s degree in Natural Resources Management from the same university.
He lives in Bogor and is married with three kids. During his spare time, he loves to watch movies and do some traveling to explore new interesting places and try the local food. He also plays soccer and is interested in cars.