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Anne Meysing, M.Sc.



Project staff

(CEval GmbH)

E-Mail: a.meysing(at)
Telephone: +49 (0)6 81 - 3 02 - 23 32
Fax: +49 (0)6 81 - 3 02 - 38 99
Office Hours:  By appointment
CEval GmbH
Im Stadtwald
Building C 5.3, Room E34
66123 Saarbrücken
Areas of responsibility:
Contract research
Main areas of emphasis: 
Development cooperation
Evaluation research
(Mental) health
Quantitative and
qualitative methods

Professional Career 

Since 11.2020
Project staff CEval GmbH, Saarbrücken
11.2019 -
Internship, Center for Development Research (ZEF), Bonn
Assistant to ProciNut-Project (Production and Processing of Edible Insects for Improved Nutrition)
12.2017 - 
External Consultant, Friends of Waldorf e.V.
Selection of international applicants for the development volunteers service
‘Weltwärts’, financed by the Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ)
11.2017 -
Internship, Research Unit Clinical Psychology
Bielefeld University, Examination of the mental health status of unaccompanied refugee minors
International Voluntary Service, Santiago de Chile
Assistant to the curative education institution La Flor Azul for disabled children and adults


Master’s Degree in International DevelopmentInstitut Barcelona d‘ Estudis Internacionals (IBEI)
Thesis: Bug Appetit! Keyfactors Predicting Entomophagy in Rural Areas of Madagascar
Master of Science in Psychology, Bielefeld University
 Thesis: Intimate Partner Violence Against Female Syrian and Iraqi Refugees in a Post-conflict Context: Validation of a Questionnaire for the Middle East
Exchange Semester Faculty of Psychology
Universidad Diego Portales, Santiago de Chile
Bachelor of Science in PsychologyUniversity of Hildesheim
Thesis: Linguistic Competences and Executive Functions: Course of Development and Interaction at Pre-School Age
Psychology studies (Diploma), Christian- Albrechts- University of Kiel
School leaving examination, Carl- Friedrich-Gauß Schule, Hemmingen

On-going Projects

Evaluation Synthesis: Evidences from Central Project Evaluations of Transitional Development Assistance Projects9/20203/2021Deutsche Gesellschaft für internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ)

Project Manager: Dr. Stefan Silvestrini

Contact Person: Dr. Stefan Silvestrini

Staff: Dr. Susanne Johanna Väth, M.Sc. Anne Meysing


As a bridge between humanitarian aid and longer-term development cooperation, transition assistance is becoming more and more important, especially against the backdrop of increased conflicts worldwide.

Consequently, the Evaluation Unit of GIZ has commissioned CEval GmbH to conduct an evaluation synthesis of transitional development assistance (TDA) projects that have been or will be implemented in the period from January 2013 to April 2021.

Subject to this evaluation synthesis are nine central project evaluations (CPE) of TDA projects and one CPE of a regional EU co-financed project with similar thematic priorities, implemented in four countries. Thereby, the evaluation covers diverse countries and regions: South Sudan, Somalia, Haiti, Ukraine, Iraq, Turkey, Lebanon, and Jordan. In addition to the CPEs, the synthesis will be based on interviews with project leaders and, when possible, with the respective evaluators. The aim is to identify TDA related and context-specific factors of success and failure of the projects and to derive recommendations for action. Methodologically, the synthesis is based on a mixed-method approach, consisting of a combination of qualitative content analysis and QCA (fuzzy set qualitative comparative analysis).
Measurement of Customer Satisfaction with AIZ Services for GIZ Projects, Follow-up Survey 20209/20201/2021Akademie für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (AIZ)

Project Manager: Dr. Stefan Silvestrini

Contact Person: Dr. Stefan Silvestrini

Staff: M.Sc. Anne Meysing


To ensure continuous quality control, the Academy for International Cooperation (AIZ) has mandated CEval GmbH for the second time in a row to evaluate customer satisfaction with AIZ services for GIZ projects. For this purpose, a total of eleven GIZ internal clients will be interviewed by telephone between December 2020 and January 2021 and the data will be analysed using descriptive statistics.

The evaluation design is divided into four key areas: communication, consulting and services, functioning and development Orientation. Based on the findings, both strengths and weaknesses of the HCD measures implemented by AIZ as well as resulting potential for improvement will be identified. Finally, the data will be compared with that from the previous year with regard to potential trends.