Marcus Tudehope is a Programme Manager and Evaluation Specialist with more than 10 years’ experience in the development and urban planning sector, spanning NGOs, government, private consultancies and the UN. Extensive experience in conducting research, monitoring and evaluation in insecure settings where access to the field is restricted. Proven effective management of complex development projects in multi-cultural, multi-lingual settings. Strong background in proposal writing, fundraising and donor liaison, securing contributions totalling $31 million in 2017/18, collaborating with donors such as the EU, Denmark, JICA, USAID, DFID and India among others. Focus on evidence based advocacy and the development of tangible actionable recommendations to improve the effectiveness of interventions.
2017. UN-Habitat Afghanistan ‘Coming in from the Margins: Ending Displacement & Increasing Inclusion in Afghan Cities’ https://unhabitat.org/books/coming-in-from-the-margins-ending-displacement-increasing-inclusion-in-afghan-cities/
2013. Sahmakum Teang Tnaut'A Tale of Two Cities; Review of the Development Paradigm in Phnom Penh' http://teangtnaut.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/01/TaleofTwoCities_STT_August2012_WEB.pdf
2013. The Global Urbanist 'Mapping the Urban Poor, 12 Good Reasons' http://globalurbanist.com/2013/03/05/mapping-the-urban-poor
2011. The Global Urbanist 'An Insider’s View of Community Organizing in Quezon City Slums' http://globalurbanist.com/2011/03/15/an-inside-view-of-community-organising-in-quezon-citys-slums