Facili2transform conducts impact assessments and evaluations of social-economic and development based projects. Facili2transform works on a structured and participatory way aiming to assess relevance, program efficiency, effectiveness, sustainability and impact of projects involving all relevant actors.
Simon Koolwijk, owner of Facili2transform, is an experience teamleader, facilitator and evaluator having a broad network of local evaluators in Europe, Africa, Middle East and Asia. Facili2transform’s added value and uniqueness in evaluations is;
More than 25 years’ experience in international development;
Excellent report writing skills, using visuals such as photos and infographics;
Connections and a broad network with evaluators in Europe, Africa, Middle-East and Asia;
The participatory approach using methods such as focus group discussions, semi structured interviews, appreciative inquiry, outcome harvesting and most significant change;
Know-how of digital tools such as survey monkey to collect and analyze data;
Engaging all relevant actors in lesson learning and collecting input for recommendations;
Solid interview techniques to capture stories of change;
Developing solid qualitative baseline assessments, which are used for reference and dialogue in mid-term and final evaluations;
Capacity to conduct organizational assessments, as part of programmatic evaluations;
Know-how and capacity to apply (participatory) photography or video in discussions, dialogue and lesson learning.
Simon conducted in partnership with local evaluators, impact assessments, mid-term reviews and evaluations in Africa (Ethiopia, Kenya, Uganda and South Sudan), Western Europe (The Netherlands, France and Germany), Eastern Europe (Armenia, Moldova and Georgia), Middle East (Egypt and Palestine) and Asia (India).
Simon is specialized in conducting impact assessments and evaluations in the domains of;
Gender and diversity
Climate change, bio-diversity and environment
Social accountability and good governance
Social services, eg. health care, education, agriculture, water and sanitation
Watch the trailer of the film ‘Win by Diversity’, which Simon developed as a result of his research on Gender and Diversity. For more questions >>>> Contact Simon Koolwijk
Participatory video on water service delivery in South Sudan
Facili2transform conducted a number of participatory video trainings in South Sudan. With VNG -International, water inspectors were trained to discuss water and sanitation issues with the relevant stakeholders in the WASH programme.
I am very impressed with the empowering effect of participatory video on the community, government officials and service providers. In addition we started using video contents in our M & E system of our organization and the videos helped us to measure service improvement through implementation of Social Accountability. Tigest Tewabe, Project coordinator, JECCDO