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International Development

International development in Bangaldesh

 

International development experience includes both project development and implementation including project specification, funding acquisition, planning and administration, management, finance & reporting and strategies for success. In 1994 John Humphreys, working with Jane Conlon, established Tabeisa, to work on poverty reduction in disadvantaged communities. Originally (and still ) involving a consortium of UK and South African Universities, Tabeisa has been developed into an NGO including a not-for-profit African based company , a UK registered charity and a commercial trading subsidiary. In 2008 Tabeisa won a Queens Award for one of the original Universities (Greenwich, UK) for 'tackling root causes of poverty in Africa.'

John Humphreys also has also worked as an independent evaluator for funders.

Related Journal Publications

Humphreys, J and Conlon, J (2007) Universities, Poverty and Technology Management: Developing Export Markets for West African Micro-enterprises
International Journal of Technology Management & Sustainable Development
6 (2) 123 - 133
Humphreys, J and Conlon, J (2007) Fill hearts, minds and bellies.
The Times Higher Education Supplement. No. 1814, 5th October 14.