Expertise: Evaluations, civil society, livelihoods, economic development
Languages: Arabic and German
Country Experience: South Sudan, Syria, Jordan, Philippines, Brunei
Tristan has conducted evaluations of civil society programmes for
the World Bank in South Sudan and UNDP in Syria and in 2011 completed a large
scale-mapping project of NGOs working in Syria.
In South Sudan he recently led a team of researchers to conduct a quantitative and qualitative assessment of the role of livelihoods programming in peace building in Upper Nile State.
Prior to Integrity he worked for three years in Syria conducting a number of feasibility and market studies on large investment projects, including hospitals, disability centres and commercial ventures.
Tristan’s interests include the functioning of local markets during conflict, the role of local government in catalysing community driven development and the design and implementation of monitoring systems in hard to access conflict environments.
He has also worked as an economic researcher in London specialising on labour market and poverty alleviation programmes. He holds an MSc in Local Economic Development from the London School of Economics.