Fanny is a Monitoring Evaluation Accountability and Learning (MEAL) specialist, with extensive experience in project design, project management and social research. Her fields of interests include humanitarian response in conflict and peace-building settings, civil society and inclusion. She has led a number of independent evaluations and facilitated learning events and strategic reviews of country programs for non-profit organizations and other development agencies such as the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Catholic Relief Services, UNDP, Save the Children, The Asia Foundation, Helvetas, Care, Search for Common Ground and other local civil society actors. An important part of her work has involved working closely with, and mentoring project staff on project management and MEAL practices, including on the development of accountability systems. Over the past 9 years, Fanny has worked across a variety of development and emergency programs in South-East-Asia and the Middle East.
Fanny was born in France and completed a Master in International Studies, Major in Peace and Conflict Resolution at the University of Queensland, Australia and a Bachelor in International Relations at the Institute of International Relations in Paris.
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