Åsa Johansson holds a M.Sc. in Gender and Intersectionality and a BA in Political science. She has 18 years of working experience within the field of gender and development. Ms Johansson has conducted evaluations, gender analyses, gender value chain analyses and developed gender sensitive strategies to support programs on climate resilience, food security in the agricultural sector in Asia, and on multi-country TVET programs on climate resilience and Green Economy targeting women and vulnerable groups within sectors; fishing, agro-forestry, agriculture, renewable energy, construction with experience from Latin-America and the Caribbean region; Jamaica, Guyana, Belize, Dominica, St Lucia, Grenada. Ms Johansson has also managed Sida National Training Programs on UNSCR 1325 in Myanmar, including developed gender sensitive conflict analyses, program implementation, mentoring and training on tools; RBM, Kotter 8 stage process. She has also conducted a number of studies and evaluations on political participation and GBV in Asia. In Sweden Ms Johansson has conducted several gender analyses and evaluations for ESF, NUTEK, SKL of national and regional development programs on sustainable development and thematic area gender mainstreaming. She has undertaken a number of organizational assessments mainly for INGOs with particular experience from faith based organizations, including developing strategic gender specific recommendations for organizations. Technically she is experienced using methods of 3R/4R, RBM, MSC and on-going evaluations.