Richard is a reflective humanitarian practitioner working in the not for profit sector with specialisation in humanitarian coordination, WASH and management, in urban environments and some experience in shelter programmes. As an independent consultant for the last 7 years, he has worked in short term coordination & programme positions, undertaken humanitarian programme reviews/evaluation, developed and ran learning programmes. This builds upon over 20 years working for Oxfam, DFID and UNICEF in a variety of roles.
Water & Sanitation for the Urban Poor: DFID-Funded Programme Evaluation (2015-2016)
academic academic-practitioner collaboration accountability action research activism/new forms of organising advocacy aid and development trends capacity building change management collaboration complex contexts COVID-19 development development effectiveness Development in Practice diaspora donor policies donors evaluation exit strategies funding models governance government impact assessment leadership learning local capacity building m&e monitoring and evaluation NGO research organisational assessments organisational development organisational learning participatory approaches partnership partnerships peer learning policy praxis research shifting the power strategy sustainability Theory of Change training