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Cristina de Nicolás


Cristina holds a degree in Political Sciences and postgraduate qualifications in Humanitarian Action and Conflictology.
She has over fiveteen years experience in humanitarian action and development; experience working internationally in strengthening health systems, organizational development, institutional strengthening and capacity building. She has worked for a cross section of development agencies and donors, including ECHO, USAID and the Global Fund. Her experiences include strategic design, evaluation, monitoring, identification and training development tools in Project Cycle Management, mainly with Action Against Hunger International and Médecins Sans Frontières and development of governance tools such as Manuals of Monitoring and Evaluation. She has worked in various contexts and regions, including former Soviet Republics (Caucasus, Central Asia and Russian Federation), South East Asia, Middle East, sub-Saharan Africa, Central America and Caribbean, Oceania, etc.