Katrine Danielsen

Senior Advisor

+31 (0)20 568 8409

Katrine Danielsen is a social geographer with more than twenty years of experience in program development, advisory work and qualitative research on gender equality and women’s rights in sustainable development.

Publications

  • Developing gender strategy for African Chicken Genetics Gains Project (ILRI), International Livestock Research Institute. (2016-2017)
  • Gender operational guide and gender training for Technical Centre for Agricultural and Rural Cooperation (CTA) (2016)
  • Noortje Verhart, Annoek van den Wijngaart, Mona Dhamankar, Katrine Danielsen (2016) – Bringing agriculture and nutrition together using a gender lens. KIT, SNV
  • Anouka van Eerdewijk, Katrine Danielsen (2015) – Gender Matters in Farm Power. KIT, CIMMYT, CGIAR
  • Planting Equality – Getting it Right for Girls and Boys – Plan’s Gender and Child Rights Training Manual (2013)
  • A gender and rights-based approach to energy access and governance (2012)
  • Barriers and opportunities for women’s rights to access modern energy services (2012)
  • Gender Equality, Women’s Rights and Access to Energy Services – an Inspiration Paper in the run-up to Rio+20 (February 2012)
  • Ensuring 24*7 Emergency Obstetric Care (2012)
  • Improving Access to Save Abortion Services in Rural Karnataka (2012)
  • Health policy processes in Vietnam: A comparison of three maternal health case studies (2010)
  • Actors and their involvement in the policy process (2009)
  • Action learning – an approach for strengthening institutional learning (2008)
  • Revisiting studies and training in gender and development – the making and remaking of gender knowledge (2007)
  • The role of civil society in health policy processes (2006)

Projects

  • Global gender audits of the WHEAT and MAIZE CGIAR Research Programs
  • Gender and rights appraisal of the local governance and community development programme in Nepal
  • Entry points for a gender and rights-based approach to energy in Nepal
  • Gender and Sustainable Energy in Cambodia
  • GenderNet – developing capacity to advance Gender Equality
  • Gender equality, women’s rights and access to energy services
  • Funding Leadership and Opportunities for Women (FLOW)
  • Plan International’s Global Gender Equality and Rights Capacity Building Program
  • Gender knowledge production and its dissemination in development in South Asia
  • Breaking gender stereotypes – give talent a chance
  • Health Governance and Regulation in Vietnam, India and China
  • Health Policy Making in Vietnam, India and China
  • Guiding the institutional learning process of Plan’s Regional Food and Nutrition Security Support Programme
  • Rights based approaches to development and institutional analysis training