K4Dev – Knowledge for Development

International Development Evaluation Consultants

“We help aid organisations better serve communities”
FMNREvaluation of Effectiveness of Farmer-Managed Natural Regeneration (FMNR) Training
World Vision. eSwatini, Southern Africa
CRS Training - Timor LesteCommunity Driven Nutrition Improvement Project – End of Project Evaluation
Catholic Relief Service Timor Leste
Data collection VanuatuLivelihoods and Women’s Empowerment Project – End of phase Evaluation, Vanuatu
Anglican Overseas Aid Vanuatu
IDP camp Kirkuk governorate Iraq
IDP camp kirkuk, National Health Programme Evaluation
Medair Iraq

K4Dev is a service provider built on 25 years’ experience in the international aid and development sector. We aim to tailor expert services and cost structures to suit the specific needs and parameters of clients: Multilaterals, iNGOs, small and large, Managing contractors and Governmental agencies.

K4Dev commands a global network of evaluation and sector consultants. We provide the right person or team of experts to suit each assignment.

We at K4Dev recognise and pay our respects to the traditional owners of the land on which our office is located: the Gubbi Gubbi and the Ningy Ningy people (part of the Undambi people).
K4Dev supports a First Nation’s Voice to Australia’s Parliament and encourage our clients, consultants and others to do likewise, at: https://ulurustatement.org/


Project evaluations
Baseline studies
Mid-term reviews
End-of-project evaluations
Targeted studies
Value-for-money/Social return on investment analysis
Training facilitation
Evaluation skills and development themes
Disaster impact assessments
Project designs and proposals
Development-related reports


Livelihoods and local economic development
Climate and Disaster Risk Reduction
Farmer-Managed Natural Regeneration
Inclusion: Gender and Disability
Emergency Response
Water, Sanitation and Hygiene
Behaviour Change Communication

About Us

Peter Weston

Principal Consultant and co-founder

Peter is the international development director of K4Dev. He provides and coordinates the aid and development expertise, consultant networks and service delivery to clients. Peter is an evaluation expert with over 20 years’ experience in aid and development. His last ten years have focused on research and evaluation of diverse government-funded NGO grant projects in East and West Africa and the Pacific. Peter has worked and excelled on all sides of aid programming: leading and commissioning evaluations as well as managing aid programmes directly. Peter is also an experienced trainer of evaluators, proposal and project design writers, and a former manager of M&E departments. In addition to being a professional who delivers excellence, he is a ‘true-believer’: Peter is committed to eliminating vulnerability and poverty by providing aid organisations the highest standards of evidence and support on which to base their development and advocacy.

Peter is solutions-oriented. He is the winner of two international development Innovation Awards. The first was for developing World Vision International’s first farmer-to-cup fair trade coffee initiative in Ethiopia. The second was for developing Solomon Islands’ first genuinely Rapid Assessment tool for emergencies in the Pacific.
As a sectorally broad-based development specialist, Peter holds a Master of Environmental Sustainability, a Graduate Diploma of International Health, and a Bachelor of Commerce/Economics from universities that rank in the global top 50.

Peter is a Queensland state committee member of the Australasian Evaluation Society: the peak professional association for evaluators in Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific region. He is also a member of the Social Impact Measurement Network of Australia (SIMNA): a professional association that works with members to build a powerful community of practice to shape the measurement of social impact both in Australia and around the world. Peter is also a Co-Founder of the Solomon Islands Evaluation Network. Peter is also a registered sector expert with the Research for Development Impact (RDI) Network: a collaboration between the Australian Council for International Development and Australian universities.

Jenny Weston

Business Manager and co-founder

Jenny is the managerial brains of the agency. She oversees the long-term and day-to-day organisation of the operation, including finance, recruitment, contract management and administration. Jenny’s eye for detail ensures nothing goes out until it meets the high standard of quality and consistency that we strive for at K4Dev. She is a firm believer that communication is key to successful business relationships. When Peter is ‘out of country’ working in remote locations, Jenny will follow through with clients and associates to ensure things are keeping to schedule. Prior to founding K4Dev, Jenny spent 17 years in administration, marketing and management in the manufacturing import/export sector.

K4Dev’s Consultant Network

Dr Adam is a peak expert in market assessment methodology, tools and analysis, focussed on Pacific Island countries. Dr Adam has an extensive track record of managing programs and training staff. He has also developed organisational guidelines for market assessment and design of livelihoods projects in remote communities in fragile countries. His research and work in this field include experience as a technical adviser, evaluator, consultant, senior government officer, community development practitioner, university researcher and lecturer. Dr Adam’s research has been published extensively in international academic peer-reviewed journals and edited volumes on international development and related fields. His academic achievements have been recognised with an honorary position at the Australian National University. Dr Adam is based in Vanuatu and is fluent in Melanesian Bislama.

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Heather is an independent nutrition advisor currently based in Chiang Mai, Thailand with over 30 years developing evidence-based nutrition and food security policy and programmes and supporting the implementation of these through training capacity building and research. A trained Dietitian and Public Health Nutritionist, Heather has worked with governments and developing partners in remote Indigenous communities in Australia and in developing countries in Asia and the Pacific including Timor-Leste, Samoa, Thailand, Lao PDR, Fiji, Papua New Guinea and along the Thai Myanmar border. main interests include multi-sector nutrition programming, infant and young child feeding, the double burden of malnutrition and policy reform.

Kate is a public health specialist with thirteen years’ experience in Southeast Asia, including Timor-Leste, the Pacific and the Middle East. Kate has worked with academic institutions, UN agencies, governments and iNGOs throughout these regions on projects to protect, promote and support the health and nutrition status of children and their mothers in resource-limited communities. Her qualifications in economics and international health policy allow her to critically assess qualitative and quantitative data, as well as identifying domestic trends against the global evidence and best practice. Kate’s interests include multi-sectoral programming to address the underlying determinants of malnutrition, optimizing existing platforms to promote health, collaborative health system strengthening and social transfers. Kate has conducted health research through Menzies School of Health Research and Stanford University.

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Mary is a US-based expert in organisational learning and process improvement in the context of emergency preparedness and risk reduction, with deep experience of collaborating with the wider iNGO and government sectors. The core of Mary’s work is research and writing. Her primary expertise is working with practitioners and other relevant stakeholders to refine and translate project and assessment information into documentation that meets the needs of relevant technical and non-technical target audiences.

Alexandra, currently based in the Philippines, is a protection and safeguarding specialist with over 8 years of experience across Asia, including, Bangladesh, Cambodia, India, Philippines, Thailand, and Australia. Alexandra focuses on child protection, youth engagement, women’s empowerment and anti-human trafficking programming. She has implemented projects for USAID, DFAT, DFID, UNICEF, UNWomen, UNFPA and other UN agencies and has supported the National Governments, INGOs and grassroots organizations. Alexandra has provides technical guidance throughout the program cycle to develop and implement sector-based strategies, advocacy plans, monitoring, evaluation and learning practices and facilitated capacity strengthening trainings. Alexandra also focuses on advising organizations on how to improve their safeguarding practices. She is well versed in the newest UN and Government Child Protection and Safeguarding policies and guidelines compliance. She applies these to developing reports on the gaps and recommendations to support originations to strengthen safeguarding and child protection mechanisms in programming and activities. Her development experience is enhanced by a Master of International Development from the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology.

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Dr Tinashe is an Australia-based research scientist with diverse operational experience including research and development, policy improvement, project management, and scientific administration. Tinashe has worked on projects targeted at productivity enhancement and community development in the UK and EU through universities and national and international research organisations. Tinashe extended his passion for sustainable development by working on technology transfer to rising nations in southeast Asia and Africa, and is applying his statistical skills in evaluation data analysis.

Zenny is a highly experienced Timorese evaluation and community development specialist. She has conducted baselines, mid-term reviews and final evaluations for project covering diverse sectors such as women’s participation and gender issues, nutrition, agriculture, violence against children, parenting programs, transactional sex, and social issues in Timor-Leste. Beyond evaluation, Zenny has deep experience in community development management, project leadership and implementation as well. She has facilitated programmes in Active Non-Violence (ANV) training, Communication Skills for Youths, sports groups, community leaders, and people involved in community conflict, Community Consultations and local authorities in Timor-Leste.

Dr Jonny is an international expert on evaluating in complexity. He is a recipient of the American Evaluation Association’s Paul F. Lazarsfeld Evaluation Theory Award, and is the Editor-in-Chief Emeritus of the journal Evaluation and Program Planning. Jonny has developed tools and methodologies for evaluating unintended consequences, applying Complexity Science to evaluation practice, evaluating transformation thorough a complexity-based framework, monitoring R&D outcomes, and using project schedules as evaluation logic models. His hands-on evaluation work has included safety programs in behaviour studies, health, mental health, education, small business support in Africa, supply chains, and innovation dissemination. He has been involved in many evaluation capacity-building exercises.

Noah is a monitoring and evaluation (M&E) specialist based in Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea. Noah is highly experienced in project management, monitoring & evaluation, and general community development work.  Noah has worked in various international non-government organisations and development consultancies in the capacity of M&E including World Vision and GHD. He has led many evaluations in various sectors, including rural and urban livelihoods; health; education; and water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH). During Noah’s career he has accomplished a variety of roles including designing and managing project monitoring systems, evaluation assignments, facilitating program and projects reflection and learning, and managing portfolio indicator tracking systems. Furthermore, he has conducted training for data enumerators, as well as project staff on data collection and basic M&E. Noah is a member of the Papua New Guinea Evaluation Society and has received several awards during his M&E career, including for Academic Excellence, Leadership and the Pacific Timor-Leste Innovation Award on Cocoa Farmers Monitoring Innovation.

Elton has 10 years’ experience working in monitoring and evaluation in the Solomon Islands. His career ranges from conducting field-based evaluations to senior management for national M&E systems. Elton has worked for various government and non-government organisations including Australian National University, World Bank, World Vision, Ministry or Education and Ministry of National Planning and Development Coordination. His monitoring and evaluation experience covers island and urban livelihoods, climate change adaptation, education, eliminating gender-based violence, health and WASH.  Elton is highly experienced in quantitative and qualitative methods, M&E planning, M&E system improvement, data use and data visualization and report writing.

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Viktoria is K4Dev’s disability inclusion, advocacy and evaluation specialist. Viktoria has 11 years of experience working in the field of disability, across service provision, inclusive education, disability rights, early childhood development (ECD), child protection, livelihoods. Viktoria has experience developing disability-inclusion capacity with local partners in Sri Lanka, Uganda, Timor-Leste, Somalia-Somaliland, Lao Republic, Indonesia and other DFAT grant-recipient target countries. Her role provides capacity building training for project teams, development of disability-inclusive project designs; conducting disability-inclusive or disability specific assessments; collecting disability disaggregating data and revision of M&E tools in terms of disability inclusiveness; and supporting other needs that emerge during implementation stages of projects.
Stephen is an Australia-based development practitioner with 14 years’ experience in evaluation, field monitoring, and training across a range of sectors in 7 countries across Asia and Africa. Stephen has strong analytical skills and uses field experience to equip client staff with the confidence and critical thinking skills required to improve their own monitoring, evaluation and reflective decision-making.

Our Responsibility – Leaving the world better than we found it

At K4Dev we believe that people and planet go hand in hand.

We believe every child has a right to a safe and nurturing childhood, and that girls’ education is as important as boys’. We believe that we have a God-given responsibility to give voice and opportunity to the world’s most vulnerable. K4Dev financially supports domestic and international causes that make these happen. In the long-term, we aim to accumulate the financial resources to establish a foundation to provide sustainable funding for such projects.

K4Dev is currently working towards being a carbon-neutral business, and ultimately, to become carbon-positive. To achieve this, K4Dev has switched to 100% carbon-neutral electricity supply and offset all vehicle emissions. When possible we make, fix, repurpose and recycle rather than consume, throw out and contribute to landfill.

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Our Commitment

K4Dev will:

Deliver high quality, credible research and reporting

Operate and communicate with transparency and integrity at every step

Respect and value participants, beneficiaries and communities that your projects serve

Invest in your people

Respect and honour the culture and spirituality of the communities you serve and in your own organisation

Responsibly minimise the cost of our service for your organisation and optimise value-for-money

Champion your organisation’s reputation

Evaluations and Publications

Green Climate Fund (GCF) Second Performance Review (SPR) – Solomon Islands and Namibia

ICF – Washington DC
Funder: GCF
(April to July 2022) Consultant: Peter and Osborn

Evaluation of the Socio-economic Empowerment Project (PRADET) Timor-Leste

Action on Poverty
(Mar 2022 to April) Consultant: Thomas, Peter, Zenny

Evaluation of the Pacific Regional Food and Water Security Project Timor-Leste

Action on Poverty
(Mar 2022 to April) Consultant: Frank, Peter, Zenny, Steven

Integrated Human Development Framework Review

Caritas Australia
(Dec 2021 to March 2022) Consultant: Peter

Child Centred Community Development (CCCD) Program Meta-Analysis of Impact

Transform Aid International
(Dec 2021 to April 2022) Consultant: Mary, Peter

Climate Funding in Asia and Pacific – Landscape analysis

World Vision International
(August to September 2021) Consultant: Peter

Improving Livelihoods of Coastal Communities in Papua New Guinea and Solomon Islands through Sustainable Fisheries and Financial Inclusion

Worldwide Fund for Nature
(March to July 2021) Consultant: Peter, Dr. Adam, Elton, Noah, Abigail

Final Project Evaluation of two maternal and child health and nutrition projects:
1) “Health in the Hands of the People” project in Liquica Municipality
2) “Integrated Nutrition Project” in Lautem Municipality

(March to October 2021) Consultant: Peter, Kate, Heather

Review and Development of the Adaptation Fund’s Evaluation Framework

Adaptation Fund
(October to February 2022) Consultant: Peter

Green Climate Fund (GCF) Performance in Small Island States Evaluation – Pacific, Africa and Caribbean

ICF – Washington DC
Funder: GCF
(February to September 2020) Consultant: Peter

Bridging the Gap Program Livelihoods Capacity Assessment and Training – Solomon Islands

Action on Poverty (AOP)
Funder: Australian DFAT
(Temporarily suspended due to COVID-19) Consultant: Mereana, Adam, Peter (contract managing and supervising only)

Implementation of Electronic Medical Records Project Evaluation – Egypt

Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF)
(Temporarily suspended due to COVID-19) Consultant: Peter, Neil

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Here’s what others are saying:

Peter was part of our evaluation team for the independent evaluation of the relevance and effectiveness of the GCF’s investments in the SIDS. He has shown great intuition, persistence and attention to detail in the country case studies in the Pacific SIDS region as well as the overall analysis of the GCF portfolio in the SIDS. Peter’s experience in the Pacific has been a great asset for the team and the evaluation. Hope we have the opportunity to work together again soon.

– Andreas Reumann
Head ad interim, Independent Evaluation Unit

Green Climate Fund

I worked with Peter for the independent evaluation of the GCF’s portfolio in the small island developing states. I was a task lead for the evaluation and Peter was our external expert for the regions of the Pacific and Indian Ocean.

With his remarkable experience in the islands, Peter provided the evaluation with an excellent sense of grounding. This was especially needed because the Covid crisis made travel impossible. Besides the regional expertise, Peter also covered several chapters and key issues for the report – this can otherwise be a challenge because of the complexity of the GCF but Peter went above and beyond the requisite.

Peter was an excellent team player, added significantly to the language diversity, and was always in good spirits. Throughout the evaluation, I was grateful for this expertise in the context and his skills as an evaluator. I continue to look forward to other opportunities to work together.

– Archi Rastogi
Evaluation Specialist

Green Climate Fund

It was a pleasure to work with Peter in a regional project in the Pacific, evaluating a program building disaster and climate resilience in the Pacific Island nations. Peter showed high level of integrity and professionalism in all aspects of his work, and demonstrated extreme flexibility during the assignment, which was full of tight deadlines and required a lot of travelling. Peter went above and beyond with his commitment to finalise the project with high-quality outcomes. Besides, he patiently mentored me throughout the project to learn some new skills in program evaluation, which I am very thankful for. I look forward to working with Peter again.

– Noora Yukich
Project Manager


I’ve learnt a huge amount from Peter Weston’s excellent Evaluation Report – it has insights that go far beyond online training as such, and reading it has plugged significant gaps in my understanding of FMNR as a whole.

– Dr Alan Channer

Senior Fellow – Global Alliance

Co-Director – Summer Academy on Land, Security and Climate- Geneva

We engaged Peter Weston in an evaluation of our Food and Water Security project in Fiji. Right from the very beginning, Peter was eager, available and communicative – promptly responding to any communications we had with him. In the course of organising the evaluation and the various logistics, we encountered some bad weather, which postponed the travel dates, but Peter was extremely accommodating and flexible, working around his other commitments to conduct the work and deliver the report. While in Fiji, Peter connected easily with community members and project staff, as well as the various government workers, and was always respectful so that participants felt at ease and information flowed without difficulty. He was able to take this information to analyse and break it down in a clear and succinct manner, and considerately communicated his views and opinions. His report was extremely well written and stimulating to read. His numerous insights demonstrate his wealth of experience in the sector, and his recommendations were meaningful and pragmatic.

I would not hesitate in recommending Peter to conduct assignments in the development sector. He has been a pleasure to work with and on top of his excellent technical skills, he is an easy person to be around. I wish him all the best.

– Cameron Marchant
Pacific Program

Action On Poverty

Peter conducted an evaluation for a DFAT-funded (ANCP) project in Vanuatu focused on women’s livelihood and empowerment. Peter’s high technical capacity, significant practical experience, ability to speak pidgin and cultural knowledge of the Pacific was an asset during community consultations in the field. He built strong rapport with our local partners in Vanuatu, who also formed part of the enumeration team.

Peter was extremely adaptable and flexible, achieving all milestones asked of him, while working through many logistical challenges. His academic, technical and field experience came together in a very accessible, open final report which demonstrated strong, high quality qualitative data and analysis. The report was well received both internally and with our local Vanuatu partner. Peter was open and encouraged feedback from myself and our local partner that was incorporated into the final report. He was dedicated and went beyond the expected during the evaluation planning stage. This experience was also a learning and professional development opportunity for me and our partner staff in Vanuatu. Peter was patient and took time to build upon our technical skills during the process. I highly recommend Peter Weston.

– Belinda Lauria
Program Manager – Quality and Compliance

Anglican Overseas Aid

Peter conducted an Endline Evaluation for CRS’ multi-year, multi-million dollar nutrition program in Timor-Leste, leading an evaluation team comprised of two international consultants and 16 Timorese enumerators. Peter accomplished all deliverables in a tight timeframe while managing a diverse team with a spectrum of abilities to overcome several logistical and capacity challenges to conduct data collection and lead data analysis. His technical expertise was highlighted in the in-depth quantitative analysis and high quality final report. Not only were Peter’s outputs technically sound, but he was a delight to work with. He was responsive over email and well-received by local staff as a positive and flexible leader. I highly recommend Peter for similar consultancies and would be happy to work with him again.

– Lauren Pelascini
Sub-regional Head of Programs

Catholic Relief Services

I recommend Peter for skills in training and consultancy. I worked with Peter on a training course for Nepali government officials. I was very impressed with his ability to unpack the diverse roles of non-government organisations in development and disaster risk reduction. He has a personable presentation style and uses his experience as a practitioner to explain complex situations in a practical manner.

– Paul Schmidt
Associate Lecturer – Environmental planning & governance

The University of Queensland

I hired Peter to conduct an evaluation of my organisation’s health projects. In our work together, Peter did a great job. He was an excellent communicator, and had a deep understanding of how to effectively roll out an evaluation that included a household survey, focus group discussions, and key informant interviews – in an unstable and quickly changing environment. He did a good job of anticipating and proactively addressing hurdles, and being flexible in his approach when required by circumstances outside of our control. He applied a rigorous methodology and showed excellent team leadership. I would recommend Peter without hesitation.

– Rachel Hirons
Monitoring and Evaluation Manager

Medair Iraq

I have worked with Peter in two capacities. First, he managed me when I was an independent consultant. Second, when he started K4Dev I had the opportunity to engage him for a Nutrition Sensitive Agriculture EoP evaluation. Peter has deep passion for producing high quality research that impacts programming in a manageable way. He not only produces high quality but also delivers on time. I have no hesitation recommending him.

– Matthew Will
Senior Development Research, Monitoring and Evaluation Professional


WV PNG recruited Peter to help us conduct four key end-of-project evaluations. As part of this process we requested that Peter help us strengthen the Evaluation capacity of our team and that he takes them on the journey with him. Peter conducted two highly informative workshops and has ensured the project staff learned and benefited professionally from the entire evaluation process. He has also been extremely flexible throughout the evaluations and was very nimble in adapting data collection to rapidly changing circumstances and unexpected barriers, which often occur in Papua New Guinea and some of our more remote project locations. I have no hesitation to recommend Peter.

– Clynton Beukes
Program Quality Manager

World Vision Papua New Guinea

Relationships: During all periods that I worked with Peter Weston in Senegal, as program manager and then as a regional manager, he demonstrated very respectful, frank and very rich relations with staff and communities. The staff and communities who know him still hold good memories of him.
Expertise: Peter is an expert in resilience and climate adaptation. The proof is that, with his guidance, in Senegal, we were able to initiate and extend projects in Farmer-managed natural regeneration (FMNR) in the dryland region of Kaffrine. Since then, the extension of the FMNR has continued to grow successfully, enabling World Vision Senegal to be chosen over all other development and agriculture NGOs for the implementation of the European-Union-funded Evergreen Agriculture Scaling-up project:2017 – 2021. In evaluations, Peter was highly organised and collaborative. His evaluations produced insightful findings and recommendations to improve our work.
Communication: Often in Senegal, program staff have challenges in communicating with foreign advisers because in most cases they only speak English. However, Peter Weston’s ability to speak and write French allowed him to easily share his experience with operational staff and villages leaders and also learn from them.

– Dr. Charles Bakhoum
Resilience & Livelihoods Advisor

West Africa Regional Office, Senegal, World Vision International

I highly recommend Peter Weston. I have been impressed by Peter’ ability to combine methodological rigour with a deep awareness of pragmatic and contextual issues to produce responsive, reliable, insightful evaluations. Peter not only knows what to do when conducting high quality evaluations, he also knows why and how to do it and so can deftly adapt to changing circumstances to produce meaningful results. Peter works well at both strategic and operational levels to design thoughtful, useful evaluations, and deliver them effectively, working productively and respectfully with local staff.

– Dr Tari Turner
Senior Research Follow

School of Public Health and Preventive Medicine, Monash University

Being part of the evidence and evaluations training facilitated by Peter was not only helpful but also very informative. The topics were easy to understand and can be applied in any context. As a Technical Program Coordinator, the sessions and different topics taught were complementary. There were daily recaps of the topics and practical examples given which enabled the team to practise, reflect, and apply in their work following the workshop. I am confident in his expertise in the field of monitoring and evaluation and would definitely recommend for other opportunities.”

– Jeanette Selep
Maternal, Newborn & Child Health and Nutrition National Coordinator

World Vision Papua New Guinea

Peter possesses high level skills in monitoring and evaluation and, over the course of the work we did together, Peter demonstrated a highly sophisticated understanding of research monitoring and evaluation in complex settings. Peter possesses excellent communication skills and he is a very amicable person to work with. This, coupled with his high moral and professional standards, enables important work to be done in a productive and efficient way. Peter has worked in a range of development settings and has gathered a repertoire of skills and experience that enable him to provide tailored and appropriate support for monitoring and evaluating development projects. His approach is grounded in a fundamental understanding of humanitarian work and the complexities of working across agencies, settings, geographical locations, logistics and languages. He does this with an approach that is sensitive to cultural protocols. Peter possesses a rare combination of experience, excellent professional skills and a friendly personality. I would recommend him to any organisation seeking a person of integrity and strong capability.

– Dr Libby Lee-Hammond
Associate Professor of Early Childhood Education

Murdoch University, Western Australia

Peter has consistently provided the highest value on evaluations. His extraordinary technical knowledge is complemented by many years of practical experience, and he combines the two for a thorough consideration of all the relevant aspects when evaluating projects. I have seen him adapt his style and approach to multiple different contexts, and in each, he develops a professional rapport with colleagues, and leads a process that ensures all staff and participants are fully engaged, and learn from the process as much as from the outcomes. Peter’s genuine interest in ongoing learning, and in building an ever-growing body of knowledge in climate change and resilience, means that he consistently examines data in thorough detail, and finds insights that have eluded the rest of us– he is meticulous in planning and documentation, he goes above and beyond the responsibilities of each evaluation and his results are always of the highest quality. I have also admired Peter’s particular dedication to ensuring the opinions of all stakeholders are included in evaluations, especially those who are often overlooked, like women and children.

– Kate Horwood
International Programs Manager

Plan International Australia