Camilla Strandsbjerg holds a PhD in social anthropology (2008) and has more than 15 years of experience in West and North Africa as a consultant, researcher, and project manager.
Her experience covers a wide range of areas including good governance, human rights and civil society strengthening, youth agency, economic growth, climate change, conflicts, resilience etc. Camilla has vast experience in conducting impact studies, feasibility studies, context studies, evaluations, etc. with a specific focus on youth driven change and gender sensitive approaches. She is specialized in qualitative research methods and analysis and has solid field experience from Sahel and coastal West Africa. Furthermore, Camilla has broad multidisciplinary and multicultural teams experience, both as a team member and as a team leader and has extensive professional writing experience in both French and English.
- Governance & Human Rights
- Civil society and accountability
- Youth-focused interventions and active citizenship
- Gender and promotion of women’s rights
- Decentralization and local governance
- Economic growth, formal and informal economy
- Strategy development and programme and project formulation, including theory of change,project and programme evaluations, reviews
- Development of Monitoring, evaluation and learning systems and practices
- Project cycle management
- Feasibility and impact studies
- Research studies and applied research, including survey designs.
- Human rights-based approach
- Gender mainstreaming, gender sensitive approach
- Youth-driven programming
Europe: Denmark, France
Sub-Saharan Africa: Benin, Mali, Burkina Faso, Niger, Togo, Ghana, Ivory Coast.
North Africa: Tunisia, Morocco.