Phoebe Sloane
Jordan, Amman
Research and evidence

Phoebe Sloane

Research, Monitoring and Learning Technical Lead

Phoebe Sloane is the Research, Monitoring, and Learning Lead for the Ahlan Simsim project, based in Amman, Jordan. In this role she has co-led three RCTs, six implementation studies, and routine program monitoring with country teams in Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon, and Syria, academic partners at NYU, and government and NGO partners. She has over ten years of experience in maternal and child health and early childhood development monitoring, evaluation, and research on effectiveness of humanitarian and development services. She uses a variety of quantitative and qualitative methods in her work, and collaborates with program teams and policymakers to facilitate learning and use of evidence in program design and improvement. She recently also started working part-time with the ERICC project. Prior to joining the IRC, Phoebe worked with Abt Associates for four years on research about family planning and child health interventions globally, focused on topics including child diarrhea treatment, family planning product availability, and quality of services delivered by private pharmacies. In addition to the Middle East, she has worked in Afghanistan, Ghana, Kenya, Nigeria, and Nepal. Phoebe holds an MA from the Fletcher School at Tufts University and a BA from Brown University.