KC Dėdinas is an international development professional with more than twenty years of experience in project development and implementation, quantitative and qualitative data collection, developing and analyzing databases, design of special-purpose training methods and materials, public health, and promotion of sustainable rural livelihoods. He developed and implemented projects in Mongolia, Thailand, Cambodia, Myanmar, Indonesia, and Laos.


Mr. Dedinas is currently supporting the Center for Sustainable Water (CSW) in developing WASH Governance Guidelines. He is also a consultant for “Strengthening Sustainable Water Supply Services” for the Water and Sanitation Program of the World Bank.


As a skilled technical writer and trainer, Mr. Dedinas is adept in preparing reports, presentations, and workshops for diverse development organizations. His methods integrate the sensibilities of the target audience so that all information is understood clearly. Thus, text and graphics are designed to convey complex concepts quickly and easily.


Professional and Academic Involvement:


  • Developed and supported health improvement projects for rural communities, extension methods for forest management, livestock care, and SME development.


  • Prepared instruction manuals, project documents, and promotional materials to communicate complex and technical information more simply and straightforwardly.


  • Completing an MSc at the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London.


  • Collaborated with the Mongolian Academy of Sciences, GIZ, Ministry of Women’s Affairs of Cambodia, Norwegian Agency for Development Cooperation, WHO, Global Environment Facility (GEF), the Water and Sanitation Program of the World Bank, ForInfo (Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Finland), PACT, and Mercy Corps Regional Community Development Initiative


Causes:


  • Prevention of human trafficking and violence against women.


  • Promotion of lifesaving surgery to disadvantaged children.


  • Advancement of rural livelihoods via improved health, adult education, and SME development.


  • Sustainable green development and climate change mitigation via environmental planning, architectural concepts, and natural resource management.

KC DEDINAS

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