A development social scientist and worker primarily focused on gender equality, men and masculinities, gender-based violence and sexual and reproductive health and rights.
He has a longer history of working in HIV prevention, children and youth affected by AIDS, participation, civil society support and international health. He has skills in inter-disciplinary community-based research, research synthesis and evidenced based policy formulation, plus proven assessment, planning and programme development skills. He has extensive experience in organisational management, team building, leadership and development.
Throughout his 30 year career in international development he has experience from a diverse range of over 30 countries and has over 10 years of engagement in post graduate teaching and research. He also has direct work experience from working in a range of nine development and health organisations.