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Annemette Danielsen

Education

BA and MA in Science of Education, University of Copenhagen, Institute of Pedagogy

 

Country experience

  • Sub Saharan Africa: Uganda, Rwanda, Burundi, Ethiopia and shorter missions to Kenya, Tanzania, South Africa, Mozambigue, Angola, Namibia and Burkina Faso
  • The Middle East: West Bank, Jordan, Libya and Kurdish Region of Iraq
  • Asia: India, Thailand and Cambodia
  • Central and South America: Nicaragua and Bolivia and shorter missions to Guatemala, El Salvador, Cuba and Ecuador

 

Languages

  • Mother tongue Danish
  • Fluent in English
  • Spanish at negotiation level

 

Specialisation and key qualifications

Profile in brief

Annemette Danielsen has a long track record pursuing reviews and evaluations, also as team leader.

 

She has particular expertise in capacity assessments and in needs based design of comprehensive capacity building plans to support southern NGOs.

 

She is an experienced trainer and facilitator, previously engaged in international teacher training and managing international NGO networks.

 

Her sector focus is on education (ECD/ECCD), formal/informal, vocational and adult education) and on protection with expertise in vulnerable groups and specialization in women, children and youth – founded on rights based approaches and advocacy.

 

She has comprehensive knowledge about applied research methodology, i.e. action oriented research, Positive Deviance along with participatory approaches including Most Significant Change. She also supports strategic planning processes, most prominently Theory of Change and advocacyplanning. Moreover, she is passionate about documentation and evidence tracking methods.

 

For more details, see check the complete list of previous consultancies 2007-2014 in the last section.

 

For an overview of assignments please consult her CV.

 

Download Annemette’s CV

 

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Contact information e-mail: info@ngadvice.org phone: +45 27 11 80 05 +45 23 92 13 40

 

 

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