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Andy Featherstone

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Job title: Freelance Consultant
Organisation: Self-employed
Country: United Kingdom
Account type: Subscriber

About me

An independent humanitarian and development consultant with over 20-years experience of strategic and operational management of international programme, policy and research work at country, regional and headquarters level with significant expertise in;

- Programme review and evaluation: Team leadership of large humanitarian evaluations with a specialism in participatory research techniques. Also experienced in peacebuilding and conflict management evaluation and in leading corporate-level management reviews.

- Sector-level leadership: Significant experience working with agencies across the sector including NGOs, UN agencies, donors, the Red Cross Movement and inter-agency networks and research organisations

- Humanitarian policy and research: Areas of specialism include humanitarian reform, futures, principles, partnership, space, financing and accountability, disaster risk reduction and resilience. Experience conducting qualitative and quantitative research, community perceptions studies and development of policy papers.

- Strategy development & advisory support: Provision of advice and technical support on fragile states, humanitarian engagement and post-conflict programming.

- Operational management and capacity building: Experienced senior manager including management, mentoring & capacity building. Strong organisational development, change management and facilitation skills.


Page titleDate posted
How governments are learning from disaster28 March 2014
A Critical Change: what the humanitarian field must do to do better15 November 2013
Seven golden rules of recovery management15 November 2013
What is an aid organization's reputation - how is it measured?11 June 2012
What is an aid organization's reputation - how is it measured?11 June 2012
Leadership in action. Where next for effective leadership in humanitarian operations? 14 June 2011

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