Silke Pietzsch

Ms Pietzsch is a consultant promoting solution-focused and innovative humanitarian and development programming at scale. She is passionate about needs based program design, quality and effectiveness of interventions; and about institutional and individual adult learning and knowledge management processes, coaching, training and capacity strengthening. She promotes nutrition security and nutrition-sensitive approaches, including Nutrition & Health, Food Security & Livelihoods, Water and Sanitation, Hygiene, Disaster Risk Management/Resilience programs to curb undernutrition and poverty. She provides expertise on assessments and feasibility studies, cash-based interventions, social protection, behaviour change, gender and GBV, system strengthening and barrier analysis. She has experience in high level coordination, partner mobilisation and consensus building, monitoring and evaluation, policy application and formulation, and theory of change development. She has expertise in operational and applied research, and is part of the Harvard Humanitarian Initiative leadership seminar guest faculty.


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