Together, Woodman and Krupa have over 25 years experience in development-oriented evaluation and research in eastern Europe (primarily Ukraine) and Sub-Saharan Africa (primarily Zambia).
Selected projects in Zambia:
- "iSchool" and tablet-based learning - framework, formative and outcome evaluation for tablet-based learning, including the entire primary school curriculum, with animation and sound - in any language. See iSchool.zm
- Using digital devices to improve health services in Zambia's rural and remote communities. Funded by Grand Challenges Canada
- Establishing Safe Motherhood Action Groups (SMAG) and community action to prevent mothers' death in childbirth in Western Province. In collaboration with the traditional government and funded by diverse donors.
- Establishing collaboration between University of Zambia and Canadian universities - Simon Fraser U, U of Alberta, U of British Columbia.
- Low-cost high-impact community-driven sustainable health initiatives (LoHiCdSHI) - Addressing social determinants of health alongside health issues. With impoverished communities in Western Province and Lusaka. Funded by diverse donors.
- Addressing violence against women and girls in impoverished Lusaka communities. Funded by Grand Challenges Canada.
Selected projects in Ukraine:
- Strengthening democracy through education
- Building capacity for policy development
- NGO capacity development
- Assessing trade union capacity for reform
- Auditing WHO-sponsored prevention initiatives.