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Dr Sabine Brüntrup-Seidemann

Current evaluations

Completed evaluations

Expertise

  • Profound knowledge of methodologies in the fields of empirical social research, quantitative and qualitative data collection and data evaluation
  • Substantial experience in project and programme management
  • Extensive experience in the fields of tendering procedures and in supervising programme and cross-sectional evaluations
  • Profound knowledge in various subsectors of development cooperation in several regions of the world, in particular the cooperation of governmental and non-governmental actors at a local level, the roles of local NGOs, the situation of small scale farmers and their social, institutional and political environment, gender, rural microfinance, land use planning and the management of natural resources
  • Interdisciplinary and intercultural team management
  • Intercultural science management

Curriculum Vitae

Sabine Brüntrup-Seidemann studied agricultural sciences at the TU München-Weihenstephan and completed her doctorate thesis on the subject “Impacts of the Interaction between Governmental and Non-Governmental Development Organizations in Benin/West Africa” at the University of Stuttgart-Hohenheim. She brings many years of experience in governmental and non-governmental organisations, which have included very different roles and a variety of perspectives: as a moderator and trainer, as a researcher and consultant, and as the manager of the interdisciplinary research programme “Sustainable Land Use and Rural Development in the Mountainous Regions of Southeast Africa” at the University of Stuttgart-Hohenheim.

Her working areas focus on rural development, gender and organisational development. Her regional expertise includes countries in Middle and South America, Africa and Asia.

Selected publications

Kaplan, M., S. Brüntrup-Seidemann und N. Herforth (2018), Kooperation mit der Privatwirtschaft – geeignet, um Entwicklung im Agrarsektor zu fördern? DEval Policy Brief 11/2018, Deutsches Evaluierungsinstitut der Entwicklungszusammenarbeit (DEval), Bonn.

Kaplan, M., S. Brüntrup-Seidemann and N. Herforth (2018), Zusammenarbeit mit der Privatwirtschaft im Agrarsektor in der deutschen Technischen Zusammenarbeit, Deutsches Evaluierungsinstitut der Entwicklungszusammenarbeit (DEval), Bonn.

Steckhan, H., Brüntrup-Seidemann, S., Verspohl, I. (2018), Mechanismen als Alternative zu kausaler Attribution – Frühjahrstagung 2017 des Arbeitskreises „Methoden in der Evaluation“ der DeGEval – Gesellschaft für Evaluation e.V., Zeitschrift für Evaluation 2018/1

Brüntrup-Seidemann, S. and M. Kaplan (2016), “Agricultural value chains - a motor of inclusive economic development in rural areas?", Rural 21, Vol. 50, No. 4/2016, pp. 20-22.

Kaplan, M., S. Bettighofer, S. Brüntrup-Seidemann and M. Noltze (2016), Agricultural value chains, German Institute for Development Evaluation (DEval), Bonn.

Kaplan, M., S. Brüntrup-Seidemann and M. Noltze (2016), Chaînes de valeur agricoles – moteur d’un développement économique inclusif dans l’espace rural?, DEval Policy Brief 04/2016, German Institute for Development Evaluation (DEval), Bonn.

Kaplan, M., S. Brüntrup-Seidemann and M. Noltze (2016), Agricultural value chains, DEval Policy Brief 04/2016, German Institute for Development Evaluation (DEval), Bonn.

Brüntrup-Seidemann, S. (2011), “Actual and Potential Roles of Local NGOs in Agricultural Development in Sub-Saharan Africa”, Quarterly Journal of International Agriculture, Vol. 50, No. 1, Special Issue, pp. 65-78.

Brüntrup-Seidemann, S. (2010), Entwicklungsmakler, Kleinunternehmer, Dienstleister? Nichtregierungsorganisationen in Benin, Mainzer Beiträge zur Afrikaforschung, Vol. 23, Cologne.

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