Evaluation- Project Design and Strategic Planning- Project Management- Humanitarian Affairs, Protection and Advocacy- Global Health- Mentoring

Eva holds a Law degree and a Master of International Health. She has spent the last 17 years working for various medical development and humanitarian organisations in Africa, Asia, Latin America, and the Pacific, with a strong focus on challenging and fragile contexts. She has operational experience in all stages of the project cycle, acquired mainly as field manager and by providing technical support from headquarters, including via mentoring. Her areas of expertise are Project Design and Strategic Planning, Humanitarian Affairs and Advocacy, and Global Health. She has conducted operational research, critical assessments/evaluations (quantitative and qualitative data collection), both independently and by supervising /supporting others, and has used results and evidence to inform programming and for advocacy purposes. Forced migration and displacement, protection issues, and access to healthcare of neglected communities are her key thematic areas.

Countries: Ethiopia, South Sudan, South Africa, Kenya, Rwanda, Burundi, Eritrea, Zimbabwe, Zambia, Niger, Mali, Bangladesh, Thailand, Myanmar, Vietnam, Fiji, Kiribati, Vanuatu, Solomon Islands, Mexico, Guatemala, El Salvador, Democratic Republic of Congo, Spain, Denmark, Australia.