Mogens has 30 years of experience working with planning, implementation, monitoring and review/evaluation of development assistance, including aid effectiveness and harmonisation. He has an almost 2 decade long career behind him in the Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs. He is strong on policy development and strategic planning.
He has extensive experience working with civil society, the role of civil society organisations and mechanisms for cooperation with and assistance to civil society organisations, programmes and projects in more than twenty countries. His thematic expertise extends to working with decentralisation and local governance: from overall decentralisation strategies to local capacity building and the role of civil society in local governance (including social accountability). He has been involved in decentralisation and governance programmes in Jordan, Yemen, Uganda, Ghana, Nepal, Bangladesh, Nicaragua and Bolivia.
Mogens also has extensive experience with poverty reduction, rural development, SME and informal sector, and rural infrastructure as well as good governance: Elections and electoral institutions, human rights and independent national human rights institutions, judiciary and ombudsman institutions. He has worked on major programmes in Uganda, Nepal, Ghana, Nicaragua, Yemen, Jordan and Egypt.
Countries of experiences:
Albania, Bangladesh, Bolivia, China, Egypt, Ghana, Guatemala, Honduras, India, Jordan, Lebanon, Libya, Morocco Mozambique, Namibia, Nepal, Nicaragua, Palestine, Rwanda, South Africa, Sri Lanka, Syria, Tanzania, Uganda, Ukraine, Yemen, Zimbabwe
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