Consulting Outputs 1993 – 2017:
- 6 policy briefs such as the viable systems approach developed and applied in the Gender Survey and Re-organisation concept for a Gender-responsive Aid Coordination System (UN, bilateral donors, NGOs, Palestinian Authority) in the occupied Palestinian territory in 2012
- 23 strategies such as Elaboration of the Regional Programme for Central America of the Austrian Development Cooperation (in Spanish) or Developing the 2011 – 2013 Country Strategy for UN WOMEN in the occupied Palestinian territory
- 12 project and programme proposals
- 21 evaluations of projects, programmes, strategies and themes, about half of which were cross-country evaluations in twelve different sectors
- 15 studies such as Study on extent and type of financing for women-owned SME in Sub-Saharan Africa for the African Development Bank in 2012
- 6 case studies in rural economic development (using viable systems approach), women entrepreneurship development and tourism
- 16 due diligences of banks and other financial institutions
- 32 trainings (training plan and manual development for trainings of usually 3 to 5 days) on tools and approaches related to gender, business management, finance and entrepreneurship) such as Carrying out a results-based Management Training (5 days) for Senior Managers in South Africa in 2011 or Preparing and holding a training of managers of the Bank of Zambia (central bank) on product and organisation development for financial inclusion in 2015
- 8 organisation manuals such as Installing a microfinance and small credit programme in Namibia – LISKAMENA, which the consultant built from scratch including funding the board, training managers and finding and setting up an office and monitoring/loan-tracking system (similarly for a leasing programme in Rumania and a business incubator in Bulgaria)
- 8 tools for inclusive entrepreneurship promotion developed for ILO see FAMOS Check, Enterprise Culture below), for systemic research on gender and agriculture for Dryland Systems CRP, and for the analysis of capacity development needs on individual, organisational and impact level for CARE Austria;
- 31 gender audits all based on the self-developed FAMOS Check approach, which assesses the viability of the whole organisation necessary to achieve any goals, as gender equality and inclusion goals;
- 2 tools developed for systemic impact evaluation (combination qualitative and quantitative tools);
January 2016: How to measure impact of short-term interventions with participatory systems research approaches?
Participatory focus group discussion can be used to jointly analyse systems drivers, trade-off calculation of different human agents in the system and depict feedback loops in the system. The author created these participatory approaches to understand the effect and impact of an ILO training intervention for rural women in Tanzania, Uganda and Kenya on their livelihood.