Natalia Voronova TrustWorks Global

Natalia Voronova

Senior Associate

Natalia Voronova has a robust background of more than a decade in Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E), Results-Based Management (RBM), with a strong thematic focus on human rights, gender, and research. With an academic background in Evaluation (Saarland University),  International and European Public Law (Utrecht University) Natalia has a strong multidisciplinary profile.

Her career has a variety of roles with different UN offices that contributed significantly to projects across diverse regions like the Western Balkans, Europe, Africa, Asia, and Arab States. Her expertise lies in strategic planning, implementing monitoring and evaluation frameworks, and data analysis. At UNDP, Natalia led teams in drafting comprehensive reports, conducting evaluations, and supporting project implementation and risk management. In 2022, Natalia led the development of the methodological notes for the 2022-2025 UNCDF Integrated Results and Resources Matrix (IRRM) Indicators. Natalia’s vast international experience also includes work with several GIZ-implemented agriculture projects in Afghanistan and India, where she developed gender analyses and peace/conflict and human rights analyses.

Regional Specialization

WESTERN BALKANS: Kosovo, Albania, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Serbia • EUROPE: Moldova AFRICA: Zambia, Ethiopia, Uganda, Malawi, Lake Chad Region (Nigeria, Chad, Niger, Cameroon) ASIA: India

Thematic Specialization

Monitoring and evaluation, project planning, logical framework analysis, human rights and governance, gender analysis


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