Justine Jensen, MA Anthropology and Sociology of Development, emphasis in Gender Studies
Justine Jensen is a gender expert and maternal/neonatal registered nurse with ten years of experience working on women and girls' issues.
Her technical areas of expertise include harmful traditional practices, gender, sexual and reproductive health and rights, and maternal and child health.
Justine has experience in mixed methods data collection, analysis, and research. She has contributed to a number of monitoring and evaluation projects, including complex multi-country programmes across Africa and Asia.
Justine has worked on several multi-country assessments, including the IDRC summative evaluation of its Maternal, Neonatal and Child Health (MNCH) initiative, as well as an institutional external evaluation of the Safe Abortion Action Fund (SAAF).
Justine focused on the extent to which questions on gender and equity have been addressed throughout these projects.
She has also lived and worked in West Africa, where she gained direct experience designing and implementing health and development projects with local organisations.
Justine is a native English speaker and is also fluent in French.