The partners in South Consulting
The consultants who form South have a sound knowledge of the East and Southern Africa region including South Sudan and Ethiopia. We have worked extensively with Governments, Development Partners and Civil Society Organisations in this region. South Directors have a combination of the following experience
• Knowledge of Southern and Eastern Africa’s development issues
• Expertise in organizational development
• Expertise in Human Rights and Good Governance (HRGG);
• A thorough understanding of the global Development Aid Architecture and how this impacts on developing countries
• Expertise in Social Policy and public participation in governance issues
• Expertise in Education development
• Expertise in monitoring and evaluation
He has led teams to carry out research and design programmes for Kenya, South Sudan, Uganda, Tanzania, and Rwanda, among other African states. He has published extensively and is renowned for his contribution to scholarship and knowledge in governance and development. Prof. Karuti is widely travelled and has participated in many international academic conferences and presented papers on governance and development issues.
He has also served as a resource person in the area of governance studies and public policy for many international organizations in Kenya and Africa in general. He also has in-depth knowledge of governance, peace and conflict prevention issues in Kenya.
CARL WESSELINK has experience in designing and managing large scale programmes in both public and civil society sectors. He is a qualified mediator and an expert in participatory planning and capacity development processes. He also has a special interest in designing Performance Monitoring and Evaluation systems for governance programmes. Carl is familiar with European Development Fund (EDF) procedures, having headed the Programme Implementation Unit of the EU’s Democratic Governance Programme in Kenya. He is an attorney admitted to practice in the High Court of South Africa. He has worked in the HRGG development sector since 1992, initially for an NGO as a project director in a rural access to justice programme, and since 1997 as a consultant in Southern and Eastern Africa. He has strong knowledge and skills in institutional strategy development and corporate planning, climate change, natural resource management and monitoring and evaluation.