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Dr. Nicolle Comafay-Heinrich

 

 

Projektmitarbeiterin

(CEval GmbH)

E-Mail: n.comafay(at)ceval.de
Telephone:  
   
Office hours: By appointment
Address:
CEval GmbH
Dudweiler Landstraße 5
66123 Saarbrücken

Area of
responsibility:

Contact Research

 Main areas of
emphasis:

Development Cooperation

Migration

Sociology of Disaster

Quantitative Research

Qualitative Research

Beruflicher Werdegang

Seit
05.2022
Project Manager, CEval GmbH, Saarbrücken

01.2022-
03.2022

Internship, CEval GmbH, Saarbrücken

08.2021-
03.2022

Trainee in Coordinator in Monitoring & Evaluation, Gesellschaft für nachhaltige Entwicklung mbH

04.2012-
06.2013

Freelance Researcher and Translator, Pasig, Philippinen

04.2010-
03.2012

NGO Worker and Project Manager, Center for Health and Rights of Migrants, Osaka, Japan

04.2010-
03.2011

Research Resident Fellow, Kwansei Gakuin University, Nishinomiya, Japan

04.2007-
03.2010

Graduate Research and Teaching Assistant, Doshisha University, Kyoto, Japan

Ausbildung

2011   
Ph.D. in Sociology, Graduate School of Social Studies, Doshisha University, Kyoto, Japan 
Dissertation Title:
The Sociology of People with Special Needs in Times of Disaster (PSND): Assessing the Special Needs of PSND Using Person-in-Environment Model of Vulnerability
2005-
2007
M.A. Sociology, Graduate School of Social Studies, Doshisha University, Kyoto, Japan
Thesis Title:
Filipino Migrant Church and Community in Japan: A Case Study of the Kyoto Pag-asa Filipino Community
1995-
2001
B.A. Philosophy, College of Social Sciences and Philosophy, University of the Philippines, Diliman
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On-going Projects

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Central project evaluation of the project “Climate Resilience in Grenada’s Water Sector (G-CREWS)”4/20222/2023GIZ

Project Manager: Dr. Susanne Johanna Väth

Contact Person: Dr. Susanne Johanna Väth

Staff: Dr. Nicolle Comafay-Heinrich

Description

The "Climate Resilience in Grenada’s Water Sector (G-CREWS)" supports the Government of Grenada in increasing the systemic resilience to climate change in its water sector. A comprehensive transformation (paradigm shift) is expected to result in a more resilient water supply that is stable even during dry periods and extreme weather events. Therefore, the project is designed to be approached from different levels which are encompassed in the following five components: climate-resilient water governance, climate-resilient water users, climate-resilient water supply system, additional contributions of the water sector to Grenada’s climate goals, and regional learning and replication. This would benefit the intervention’s target groups which includes all Grenadians, the government of Grenada, in particular its water agency National Water and Sewage Agency (NAWASA), tourism and agricultural sectors stakeholders, and neighbouring Caribbean countries. G-CREWS is a 6-year project (01.12.2019 - 30.11.2025) co-financed by the Green Climate Fund (GCF) and the German Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety (BMUV) under its International Climate Initiative (IKI). The CEval GmbH was commissioned by GIZ to conduct a mid-term evaluation as part of a requirement of the GCF funding. The evaluation will adhere to the specifications and guidelines for central project evaluations by GIZ. However, it will also consider additional evaluation questions from GCF which are integrated in the standardised evaluation matrix based on the OECD DAC criteria (relevance, coherence, effectiveness, impact, efficiency and sustainability). Mainly qualitative methods will be utilised for data collection and analysis. Semi-structured interviews and focus groups discussions (FGDs) will be applied for primary data collection. Qualitative content analysis will be conducted based on written transcripts of the interviews, FGDs and the vast body of project documents. Quantitative data taken from monitoring data will be analysed descriptively. Contributions of the project to its intended objectives will be assessed in a contribution analysis.
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