building robust systems that deliver
We want International Aid to be effective. To do the right thing at the right time. But the how is as important as the what. Layers of partnerships and alliances, and fast changing situations make working efficiently a challenge. Business processes and management structures need to be on top of this. These mechanics of aid - how we plan, how we manage, how we coordinate, and how we monitor - are crucial to achieve effective aid. Making Aid Work is to make it efficient as well as effective, and to build robust systems that deliver.  I am a consultant specialised in the mechanics of aid. After many years working in aid organizations this gives me the opportunity to help with particular challenges as well as capitalize on new opportunities to make aid work. For more about me go to my Profile page.