Binh Tran

Principal Consultant

Based in London

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Binh has over 20 years of experience in international development and works across Triple Line's Evaluation, Policy Analysis and Learning portfolio.

Binh has thematic and MEL expertise in forest governance, social inclusion, sustainable livelihoods, and strengthening civil society capacity and participation in decision making policy processes and economic development in developing countries. Her expertise and interest lay in the areas of community forest management, participatory biodiversity monitoring, payments for ecosystem services, REDD+ and FLEGT.

She has undertaken and led a number of evaluations and reviews on forest governance such as illegal wildlife trading with FGMC; REDD+ with the Cambridge University; community forest management with FAO, participatory biodiversity monitoring with WWF, and integrated landscape management with Bioversity International. She also supported partners of Shell Foundation to learn from and capture their impact from their innovations to increase access to solar energy. Recently, she advised implementation teams at the Commonwealth Secretariat on how best to develop or improve theory of Change and results frameworks to capture change (or impacts) in the areas of policy development and advocacy. 

Binh holds a PhD that focused on forest governance and grassroots civil society organisations. She also has an MSc in Environment and Development from the University of Reading and a BA in International Relations from the Diplomatic Academy of Vietnam.

Country Experience

Cameroon, Kenya, Lesotho, Malawi, Tanzania,
Myanmar, Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia, Bhutan, Malaysia, Thailand