Leo Frey has more than 10 years of experience in humanitarian assistance, development cooperation, and social entrepreneurship.
He is currently Head of Finance at Help – Hilfe zur Selbsthilfe.
Previously, he had been the Deputy Head of the Department of Projects and Quality Assurance at Aktion Deutschland Hilft e.V. (ADH).
ADH, Arbeiter-Samariter-Bund (ASB) and Johanniter International form the Sphere Focal Point in Germany. His duties at ADH included the capacity development of the ADH Member organizations World Vision, CARE, ADRA, Malteser International, Habitat for Humanity, Islamic Relief, and others.
Leo began his career with a local NGO in Tanzania in 2004 and the strengthening of a local perspective in an international context and the promotion of participation have been a guiding principles of his work ever since.
Leo has worked in the Caribbean, East DR Congo, Tanzania, Kenya, and Morocco. He has a strong regional focus on East Africa where he worked in the field for about 3 years.
Leo has expertise in multiple sectors including WASH, Nutrition, Food Security and Livelihoods, Disaster Risk Reduction, Community Based Rehabilitation, Child Protection, and Gender Equality. In the field of development, he has worked for Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) and the German Development Institute.
Leo has a broad experience as a trainer in the humanitarian and development field, as well as beyond. His experience includes Sphere Minimum Standards in Humanitarian assistance, Core Humanitarian Standards, Humanitarian Quality & Accountability, Project Management, Time Management, Programme Design as well as Proposal and Report Writing. He conducted the first Sphere Training sessions in Germany on the Sphere 2018 Handbook. Since 2013 he is conducting regular Sphere trainings in Germany.
Leo speaks English, Swahili, German and French.
Concerning training methodology, he is a strong supporter of highly interactive and participatory approaches. His workshops are based on methods supported by current neurocognitive studies highlighting participants’ involvement (speaking about, writing about, and working with the learning content), physical activity, extensive use of visualization techniques, and a high level of variation between different sessions.
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