We use a stringent reference check to ensure the careful selection of the best international and national experts to undertake our assignments.

We are proud to promote in line with good evaluation practice, the use national experts who provide in-depth contextual and subject matter knowledge.

The following is the list of national experts who have successfully contributed to our past assignments. It does not include international project staff.

National experts list:
Name Field of expertise Country Date
Faralahy Andriantsimiala Construction, Engineering Madagascar 2018
Ketevan Skhireli Environment, ecology Georgia 2016
Claudia Solis Castro Education El Salvador 2015
Vera Kondijk Mitkovska Education Macedonia 2015
Jelena Markovic Education Serbia 2015
Chupinit Kesmanee Education Thailand 2015
Nizam Al-Hussainy Gender, aid effectiveness Bangladesh 2014
Samir Sosevic Economic development, M&E BiH 2013
Oloferne Edouard Territorial Planning Haiti 2013
Daniel Pedraza Enterprise Development Colombia 2012
Hongman Zhang Enterprise Development China 2012
Lam Ba Nguyen Enterprise Development Vietnam 2012
Sandra Owusu Enterprise Development Ghana 2012
Eralba Cela Demographics and migration Albania 2012
Nino Partskhaladze Gender Georgia 2011
Asima Siahann Gender Indonesia 2010
Dr. Abbas Balasm Reintegration Iraq 2010
Rose Azuba Musoke Gender Uganda 2009
Cerue Garlo Gender, Human Rights, DDR Liberia 2006
Dr. Edmond Kifouly HIV AIDS Benin 2006
Dr. John K.D. Agbodjavou HIV AIDS Togo 2006
Anchalee Meemuk Khonevixam Trafficking in persons Thailand 2005
U Taik Aung Trafficking in persons Myanmar 2005
Khattaphone Phommapangna Trafficking in persons Lao PDR 2005
Dr. Dang Nguyen Anh Trafficking in persons Vietnam 2005
Chanthol Oung Trafficking in persons Cambodia 2005
Dr. Liu Meng Trafficking in persons China 2005
Bathe Cissokho Peace building Senegal 2005
Ousmane Diedhiou Peace building Senegal 2005
Salvator Bijojote Reintegration, DDR Burundi 2004
Rev. Dr. Daniel Ntoni-Nzinga Peace building Angola 2004
Dr. Jean-Pierre Banea Nutrition, Health DRC 2003