Providing comprehensive and up-to-date information on fisheries governance and fisheries legal frameworks and analysis.
Supporting a new solar power purchase agreement (PPA) business with planning, financial modelling and investment documentation (including business plan and pitch deck). Resulting in successful attraction of multi-million investment.
Supporting the design and training processes to develop research questions, sample tools and ethical research mechanisms (using a Do-No-Harm approach) for collecting preliminary data on Covid-19 impacts on intra-households (funded by Government for Development [G4D]). Leading interviews with select households in two Municipalities, supervising research assistants and documenting daily debriefs during data collection as well as participating in coding processes and presenting to the Ministry of Social Solidarity.
Supporting targeted Sucos (villages) in Bobonaro Municipality that have historically suffered from flooding. The project’s objective was: ‘Communities are prepared for and better assisted during natural disasters, particularly flooding and high wind events.’ The evaluation used quantitative and qualitative tools to evaluate the performance and document learnings from the project’s two core components: 1) improving the resilience of communities to natural disasters, and 2) establishment and testing of an efficient digital cash distribution system.
The YIAC project aimed to help youth cope with the effects of armed conflict. The project consisted of components that directly targeted youth, including psychosocial support services and livelihood development, and activities to create an enabling and protective environment for youth development. The latter benefit the whole community and include disaster risk reduction and environmental restoration. The evaluation included quantitative and qualitative data gathering. Interviews and focus groups were facilitated remotely due to Covid19 travel restrictions.
Undertaking a series of consultations and facilitating key stakeholders from communities, government agencies and associated NGO’s, to identify priority targets and activities to promote sustainable development and marine conservation in Atauro Island. Reviewing both primary and secondary information available, and producing a final Sustainable Management Plan (SMP).
Coordinating, facilitating and producing the 10-year vision for Marine Protected Area (MPA) expansion and effective management in Indonesia. The MPA VISION 2030 is a joint product of the Ministry of Marine Affairs and Fisheries (MMAF) together with the Ministries of National Development Planning (Bappenas), Home Affairs (KemenDagri) and Finance (KemenKeu), and conservation partners WWF, CTC, WCS, YKAN-TNC, Rare and CI. As joint lead consultant (in partnership with the University of Agriculture in Bogor), support was provided from conception and design through to full production and legal formalization.
Supporting the Blue Swimming Crab (BSC) and Snapper Fisheries Coalitions for Indonesia, through BGA UK Ltd, for the design of fishery baseline reports and customized iconography for metrics and indicators. Transforming raw data and draft reports to improve audience experience and accessibility to the content by utilizing visual references to convey key components of the summaries, in the context of the respective fishery Theory of Change. Produced primarily for online distribution to donors, NGO and government partners and industry stakeholders. Coordinating the translation of executive summaries for an Indonesian audience through to production of print-ready documents.
Engaging with new international NGOs and private sector stakeholders to agree on an approach for the separation and collection of office paper waste for recycling and mechanisms for participation in pilot sites. Providing support to the administration and coordination of behavior change efforts for pilot adoption, working closely with the women’s groups, other consultants and youth group partners.
The Highlanders Accessing Rural Value- chains for Equitable Sustainability (HARVEST) program is implemented through six partners, including private enterprises and Community Based Organizations, to help increase the income and well-being of rural farming families in the country’s highlands, particularly in Eastern Highlands, Simbu and Jiwaka Provinces. The focus commodities of HARVEST are Bulb Onion, Honey and Vegetables. The final evaluation included quantitative and qualitative data collection and analysis to identify progress, and generate lessons and recommendations for future programming.