Catrine has more than 15 years of experience in the fields of health and human rights as a researcher, consultant and team leader. She has extensive experience with sexual and reproductive health and rights and HIV/AIDS; human rights based approaches to health services; the roles and functions of duty bearers (state) and rights holders (civil society); torture documentation, violence prevention, land disputes and police reform.
Catrine holds a Ph.D. (2010) in anthropology and has carried out research on health, human rights, land disputes, and religion in East Africa. She has led research on health systems, unequal access to SRHR and HIV services; land governance; social protection mechanisms against violence; gender; and church development. As a consultant, she has undertaken studies, formulations, design, reviews, and evaluations of interventions. Catrine has offered process consultancy in setting up projects on violence prevention and introducing Real Team Evaluation methodology. After working for a decade in Uganda, she is based in Kenya and has updated knowledge on the region.
- Human Rights
- Civil society
- Health, in particular SRHR and HIV/AIDS
- Evaluations, including Real Time Evaluation
- Process consultancy
- Capacity building/trainings/workshop facilitation
Europe: The Netherlands, Sweden, Denmark
Sub-Saharan Africa: Kenya, Malawi, Senegal, South Africa, Swaziland, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia