Ms. Marieke Devillé, MA Modern History, M.Sc. Violence, Conflict and Development, Social Development Expert (°1984)
Marieke Devillé is a Social Development Consultant with a primary interest and experience in Institutional Development, Maternal and Child Health, Girls and Adolescent’s Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights, HIV & AIDS, Hygiene and Sanitation, Governance, Rights and Accountability.
She has proven ability in programme design, implementation and monitoring and evaluation, including Outcome Mapping and Theory of Change methodologies and excellent quantitative and qualitative research skills.
Her recent work includes data collation and analysis for the IHP+R Performance Monitoring Round; leading a review of the Southern African AIDS Trust’s 5 year strategy and Research for the South-South and Triangular Cooperation in Health study for IHP+. Other consultancy experience includes carrying out a Local Competitor and Donor Analysis for Plan WARO, an Institutional and Organisational Assessment of the Health Sector in Ghana on behalf of Danida, and the development of Plan West Africa Regional Thematic Framework on Under 5 Health.
Marieke, fluent in five languages, also has relevant experience managing both Northern-based and Southern-based NGOs, is highly organised with a practical mind and capable of working both independently and as part of a team.