Faculty & Staff

Sandrine Delattre

sandrine@practical-intelligence.ch

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Sandrine has 16 years of experience in international humanitarian organisations, including 11 years in the field, mostly in program management positions. She is a certified professional trainer and facilitator specialised in project management. She also trains trainers.

In the field, Sandrine has worked for Handicap International (HI) from 1993 to 1995, as administrator in Ethiopia, Djibouti, Somaliland and Kenya, for Médecins du Monde (MDM) from 1996 to 1998, as head of mission in Burundi and Bosnia-Herzegovina, and for the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) in the field from 1998 to 2004, as administrator in Kosovo and Albania, delegate in Albania and Timor and Economic Security Coordinator in Democratic Republic of Congo and North-Caucasus. In 2004, Sandrine has worked in the ICRC headquarters in the Economic Security Unit as head of sector for the Great Lake Region and the Horn of Africa, then as deputy head of training and as head of its training unit from 2006 to 2009.

Sandrine has a B.A. in Economic Sciences, a diploma in marketing and management, a Master in Humanitarian and Development Aid, a Master in Adult Learning a certificate in facilitation (CPF) and a certificate in project management (Prince 2). Her publications include contributions to the “Guidelines for assessment in emergencies” written for the ICRC and the International Federation for Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies, as well as two handbooks written for the ICRC, “Programme/Project Management: the Result-Based Approach” and “Measuring Results”.

Since 2009, Sandrine is the director of Practical Intelligence and acts as an independent consultant based in Geneva.

Functions

  • Coordinator Designing Strategies and Projects in Humanitarian Action
  • Coordinator - HDL Designing Strategies and Projects in Humanitarian Action
  • Co-coordinator - Project Cycle Management

Fields of Interest

  • Project management (needs assessment, design, monitoring and evaluation)
  • Result-Based Approach
  • Participatory approaches
  • Professionalisation of humanitarian actors
  • Training of trainers
  • Facilitation