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Aniela Batschari

  • Place of residence: Kapstadt, South Africa
  • Clients: GIZ, GFA Consulting, UNDP, UN Women, South African National Parks, CapeNature, diverse NGOs
  • Email: anielabb[at]gmail[dot]com

Short introduction

I am based in Cape Town, South Africa and have over 20 years of experience in development cooperation as an advisor, lecturer and project manager. While gender and development has been a cross-cutting issue for all this time, my focus is now on gender mainstreaming, gender analyses, prevention and solutions to gender-based violence as well as access to information and justice for the empowerment of women and girls. In my work, I apply a feminist and partner-led approach as well as the concepts of intersectionality and the importance of leaving no one behind (LNOB). I am particularly interested in long-term engagements and process orientated work but I am also available for short-term contracts to accompany, support and evaluate existing programmes and projects.

Thematic key areas

Climate and environment

  • Biodiversity
  • Energy Efficiency
  • Sustainable Tourism


  • Adult education
  • Non-formal Education


  • Combatting HIV/AIDS
  • SRHR

Multiple Discriminations

  • Racism/Ethnicity

Rural development

  • Natural Resources Management

Gender-based violence

  • Harmful Practices
  • Intimate partner violence


Analysis and planning

  • Creating Program Proposals
  • Gender Analysis
  • Operational Planning
  • Participatory Planning Methods
  • Project Review
  • Qualitative Research Methods
  • Quantative Research Methods/Statistics
  • Strategic Planning

Communication and Knowledge Management

  • Campaign Work and Social Media Marketing
  • Knowledge Management Systems
  • Networks
  • Public Relations

Facilitation, Training and Capacity Development

  • Change Management
  • Conduct Trainings
  • Presentation of Workshops and Events

Monitoring and Evaluation

  • Development of Results-Oriented Monitoring Systems

Project management

  • Development of Cooperations
  • Leadership
  • Organizing of Networks and Knowledge Transfer


  • German Native language
  • English C2 Nearly native language skills
  • French A1 Beginner

Other languages:

isiXhosa - A1 Anfänger*in