Bojan Pavlović was born in Travnik (Bosnia and Herzegovina), a charming Bosnian town that is also the birthplace of Nobel prize winner Ivo Andrić. He is a social research and M&E specialist whose work focuses on the most vulnerable and deprived populations. After nearly 8 years in the field of social research, social inclusion, social protection as well as evaluating social projects, Bojan knows what truly drives social sector. He has conducted and/or coordinated more than 25 researches, monitored more than 30 social projects, and evaluated more than 30 inter/national projects (USAID, EU and UN funded projects). He has been successful in achieving a broad range of goals, has broad experience in monitoring, evaluation and quantitative as well as qualitative research during many years of work within Civil Society Sector (e.g. UNICEF, UNDP, Catholic Relief Service, SOS Children’s Villages, Save the Children, TACSO, USAID, and Caritas) and has produced more than 20 social research and/or evaluation reports. Bojan holds a bachelor degree in Psychology from the University in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina.
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