Our experienced international team of consultants and data scientists is interdisciplinary and uses its diverse skills to make a difference to every project implementation.
Eduardo is the founder of movimentar GmbH and works as a project-management and data-science consultant, trainer and facilitator in designing, managing and evaluating projects and programmes across the globe. He holds a BA in International Relations, an MA in Development Policy, and a PhD in Economics. His expertise lies in the participatory design of proposals for various donors, the design of monitoring and evaluation systems and tools using computing for data analysis (e.g., reproducible sampling procedures, computer-coded data analysis), the training of staff in the use and development of mobile and web applications, database management, review and evaluation.
Eduardo offers coaching, training and facilitation services face-to-face and remotely for planning, project and financial management, monitoring, and reporting to projects and programmes in fields such as governance, public-sector support, poverty alleviation, gender, WASH, environment, health, education, private-sector support, trade, market access, microfinance, youth empowerment, agriculture, nutrition, disaster-risk reduction, and food security. He has worked as a consultant in countries such as Afghanistan, Angola, Brazil, Cambodia, Chile, Colombia, Cuba, Ethiopia, Germany, India, Mexico, Netherlands, Niger, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, South Africa, Tajikistan, Ukraine, and Zambia, among others. Eduardo is member of the German Evaluation Society and the Brazilian Network of Monitoring and Evaluation.
Annalena Oeffner Ferreira works as report writer, translator, and editor/proofreader for movimentar and manages the company’s finances and accountancy. She holds a BA in Journalism and an MA in Development Policy and has worked as lecturer and research assistant in media and communication studies at the University of Bremen. Annalena has lived in Brazil, England, Germany, New Zealand, Sweden, Uruguay, and the UK and has worked as a freelance writer, translator, and editor/proofreader for numerous institutions, NGOs, and news media. She translates from English, German, Portuguese, and Swedish into English and German.
Usman received his BS in Physics (Telecommunications) in Karachi, Pakistan. After three years of working as physics teacher in Karachi, he pursued an MSc in Environmental Physics at the University of Bremen. His expertise lies in environmental research in the context of climate change with data management, analysis, and visualization using MySQL, R, Python, and MATLAB. He is proficient in Geographic Information Systems (GIS) using ArcGIS and QGIS for remote sensing particularly in satellite image processing for earth surface classifications and change detection.
Denise is a Brazilian consultant, who has supported movimentar in multiple projects and programmes. She holds a BA in International Relations with a postgraduate degree in Evaluation of Results and Impacts of Organizations and Public Programmes, and an MA in Entrepreneurship and Innovation. Denise also participated in the development programme for entrepreneurs, executives and shareholders at Babson College, US. She worked with the National Mayors Front, the ASBACE Foundation for Teaching and Research as well as companies such as PriceWaterhouseCoopers, i9Ação Consultoria e Assessoria, Polaris Investimentos, Assessoria e Participações.
Denise has extensive experience in social development projects with the Brazilian Cooperation Agency, United Nations – Equatorial Guinea, and the United Nations Development Programme in Brazil.
Valerie is a German/Syrian consultant based in Casablanca, Morocco. She holds a BA in “Applied Business Languages (Arabic) and International Management”. She gained experiences in the field of project management in different companies during her studies and worked with a Moroccan NGO in the field of education and sustainable rural development as a project assistant in Morocco.
Her expertise lies in the participatory design of proposals for OECD/DAC members (e.g. European Union) and project and event management in the field of sustainable rural development, education, business development and business relations, and mass spectrometry.
Katharina is a German consultant based in Bremen. She holds a BA in International Tourism Management with a focus on project management and tourism in international development and will graduate with an MA in Sustainable Business Management next year. She gained project management experience on her former positions as a project assistant, for example for a political consultancy, addressing sustainable development issues. She lived in New Zealand, Mexico and Spain, gaining competence in international work environment and intercultural teamwork. She volunteers for a local NGO, holding lectures on WaSH and the organisations’ work implemented in various countries, e.g. India, Nepal or Ethiopia, managing and supporting funding activities as well as awareness campaigns on WaSH.Her expertise lies in the participatory design of proposals for OECD/DAC members (e.g. European Union, US Department of State, etc.), project and event management in multicultural environments and awareness training on sustainable development, specializing in business due diligence and compliance with human rights as well as international cooperation in the WaSH sector.
Deborah is a German consultant based in Vienna, Austria. She holds a BA in “Applied Business Languages (Arabic) and International Management” and will graduate with an MA in “International Business Management focusing on Africa” this year. She gained experiences in the field of event and project management as well as in communication in different organisations in Germany and Egypt. Deborah also worked in the Gambia in the context of agricultural enterprise management and innovation as well as in the field of development cooperation.
Her expertise lies in the participatory design of proposals for OECD/DAC members (e.g. European Union).
Sebastian is a project manager based in Bremen, Germany. He holds a B.A. in Political Science and an M.A. in Nonprofit-Management. He gained experiences in various areas of international development cooperation having worked in Brazil with NGOs on innovative environmental education programmes and on child-relief and civil peace service with NGOs in Germany.
He has expertise in facilitating the participatory development of project proposals for national and international institutional donors and realizing evaluations and baseline studies on a variety of topics. He is particularly interested in the potentials of new technologies for increasing the impact of development projects and for strengthening civil society.