Rachel’s work on publications is substantial. In nearly 11 years as an editor, Rachel has supported more than 400 publications, more than 300 of which she worked on just during her tenure with Pact.
Rachel’s work spans multiple technical areas. Through this work and others, she has acquired technical expertise and the know-how to work in any subject area.
The following is a sampling of Rachel’s supported publications. More are available on Rachel’s LinkedIn page.
Rachel edited all of these documents.
A ♦ indicates that Rachel is attributed in the acknowledgements.
A ♥ indicates that significant rewriting or restructuring occurred as part of the editorial process.
A ♠ indicates that Rachel laid out the document in Microsoft Word using a client’s or organization’s existing style scheme for formatting.
A ♣ indicates that Rachel laid out the document in Microsoft Word or Publisher using a style scheme she created specifically for that document.
Case Studies and Briefs
- Developing a National Policy Framework for the Microfinance Sector in Palestine ♠
- E-Banking Challenges and Opportunities in the West Bank & Gaza ♠
- Fisherman-Friendly Health Services (in Malawi) ♠
- Strengthening Health Care in Nigeria by Convening a State-Level Community of Practice ♦♣
- Show Me the Money? Not Necessarily: Lessons Learned from Building an Innovation Practice at a Global Nonprofit (Social Innovations Journal) ♥
- The Organizational Performance Index: A New Method for Measuring International Civil Society Capacity Development Outcomes (Performance Improvement Quarterly)♠
- Women in Resource-Poor Settings Are at Risk of Inadequate Intakes of Multiple Micronutrients (Journal of Nutrition) ♦♠
Program Planning and Assessment Guidelines and Tools
- Alternative Sampling Designs for Emergency Settings: A Guide for Survey Planning, Data Collection and Analysis ♦
- Applying Rights-Based Approaches: A Practical How-To Note on Integrating Principles of Empowerment into Almost Any Development Activity ♦♠
- Commodity Management Handbook (in English, French, and Spanish) ♥♠
- Designing Participatory Meetings and Brownbags: A TOPS Quick Guide to Linking Development Practitioners (in English, French, and Spanish) ♦♠
- Learning that Lasts: Technical Guidance for Farmer Field Schools
- Monitoring, Evaluation, Reporting, and Learning (MERL) for Peacebuilding Programs ♦♠
- Organizational Capacity Assessment and Action Planning: A Facilitator’s Guide ♦♥♠
- Politically Smart Advocacy: A Guide to Effective Civil Society Advocacy for Sustainable Development ♦♥♣
Research and Assessment Reports
- Assessing HIV Vulnerability in Priority Populations: A Community-based Formative Research in Zambia
- Dietary Diversity as a Measure of the Micronutrient Adequacy of Women’s Diets in Resource-Poor Areas: Results from five countries and a synthesis report
- Government Performance Index Reliability Study ♦♥♠
- PEACE III Project 2018 Annual Report
- The contribution of artisanal and small-scale gold mining to Zimbabwe’s economic growth and development ♦
- The Social Entrepreneurship Ecosystem in Ukraine: Challenges and Opportunities ♦
- Validation of a Measure of Household Hunger for Cross-Cultural Use
- Watoto Inje ya Mungoti/Children Out of Mining: Final report 2016 (in English and French) ♥
- A Practical Guide to Conducting a Barrier Analysis ♦♥♣
- Care Groups: A Training Manual for Program Design and Implementation ♦♥♣
- Designing for Behavior Change: For Agriculture, Natural Resource Management, Health and Nutrition ♦♥♣
- Ebola Virus Disease Care Group Module ♠
- LINKAGES Integrated Technical Organizational Capacity Assessment (ITOCA) and Action Planning: Facilitator’s Guide ♦♥♠
- Make Me a Change Agent: A Multisectoral SBC Resource for Community Workers and Field Staff (in English, French, and Spanish) ♦♥♣
- Monitoring and Evaluation Facilitator’s Guide ♦♥♣
- Nutrition and HIV: A Training Manual for Nurses and Midwives
- Stepping Stones: A Training Manual for Sexual and Reproductive Health and Relationship Communication Skills and Empowerment♥♣
- Theory of Change Training Curriculum ♠
- Training Guide for Community-Based Management of Acute Malnutrition (CMAM) ♦