Chris has over twenty five years’ experience supporting and advising international rural development projects and programmes. He has worked with NGOs and other civil society organisations in Africa, Asia and Central Asia. He has expertise in food security, water, sanitation and hygiene, rural livelihoods, community development and rural enterprise. He has considerable experience in capacity building and has designed and delivered of training courses to help strengthen the capacity of local civil society organisations.
Chris has conducted strategic and organisational reviews for development organisations, and carried out evaluations of many rural and community development projects and programmes. He has also written and broadcast on food and development issues. He has worked for a wide range of clients besides INTRAC, including the EU, UNDP, FAO, Oxfam, ACCORD, COTA, Self Help Development International, Concern Worldwide, NOVIB and Traidcraft. Chris has been an INTRAC Associate for almost twenty years.