Dr Gwendolyn Wellmann, a development consultant, has nineteen years experience in the design, implementation and monitoring of socio-economic development programs. She also conducts socio-economic research, applying quantitative and qualitative research methods.
She has extensive experience in the design, implementation and management of monitoring and evaluation (M&E) plans for both smaller projects and extended country programs. This includes conducting mid-term and end/final evaluations of projects and programs.
She has a good understanding and implementation experience of the Community Development Tool Kit for the extractive industry developed by ESMAP, World Bank and ICMM. Her experience also includes working with artisanal and small-scale miners and their presence in mining concessions and/or affected communities.
Gwendolyn has consulted to local and international NGOs; local, provincial and national government in South Africa, Namibia and Ghana; and to a wide variety of donors.
Clients have included the EC; USAID; DFID; SIDA; UNICEF; Ford Foundation; SigmaOne Corporation; Oxfam; EngenderHealth; ARD Inc.; CHF International; Gold Fields Ghana; rePlan; Golder Associates; as well as several South African and Namibian Government Ministries and Departments.
Gwendolyn is effective in multicultural environments. She has worked in several countries and is fluent in English, German, Afrikaans, and has a working efficiency in French and Dutch.
She is a South African citizen and has a PhD in Development Studies focusing on the sustainability of value-adding activities associated with the mining industry in South Africa.
For a detailed list of project experience in the areas of M&E, socio-economic analysis, development programs, water and sanitation, and institutional analysis please follow the links at the top of the page.
A complete CV and list of publications are available on request.
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