Chris is a Consultant in the Social Development portfolio at Oxford Policy Management, with nine years of relevant work experience. His main research interests are using qualitative and participatory methodologies and approaches to understand gender, inclusion and equity issues. Much of his experiences emanates from large DFID-funded evaluations. At OPM, he is currently the Gender and Social Inclusion expert of the 3-year evaluation of the Trade Mark East Africa programme for DFID, and he is also conducted qualitative impact evaluation work for the Hunger Safety Net Programme—a cash transfer issued in Northern Kenya. He has also managed projects up to £350,000 and line manages junior staff. Prior to joining OPM, he worked at the International Labour Organisation on gender and economic development issues, and he has 3 ½ years of experience in Cambodia, in project management and business development roles. Chris received his MPhil in Development Studies from the University of Cambridge and a BA in Human Geography from the University of Southampton. Chris has published his work in Oxford Development Studies (academic journal) and Economist Intelligence Unit, and he is an academic reviewer for "Health and Place" and "Gender, Place and Culture".
Countries of work experience:
Costa Rica, Cambodia, Kenya, Moldova, Nepal, Nicaragua, Nigeria, South Africa, Switzerland, Tanzania, Turkmenistan, Vietnam, United Kingdom, Zambia.
research & development
monitoring / evaluation
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