Dati Fatimah, MA
gender | research | evaluation | participatory approaches | facilitation | theory of change | development economics | governance | social inclusion | natural resource management | climate change | disaster
I apply gender and evaluation expertise with leading global funders resulting in cutting-edge research and publications.
MA, Political Science, Gadjah Mada University. 2011
Non degree. Spring semester in Political Science, University of Oslo, Norway. 2009
BA Honours, Accounting Department. Gadjah Mada University. 1999
I have a broad interest and experience in social research related to gender, such as participatory planning & budgeting, gender in disaster management and climate change, forestry, and natural resource management. I am also involved in collaborative research on gender in peace-building, women's economic empowerment, social inclusion and disability.
I have more than 21 years of development experience and with evaluations for several development organizations such as UNWomen, CAFOD, Oxfam Indonesia, including project related to forestry such as RFN, Setapak-The Asia Foundation and TFCA Kalimantan. I worked as a gender consultant for various development organisation such as UNWomen, UNFPA and ADB as well as government such as Bappenas & MoWE.