About Us


Dagmar Dagmar Gombitova, D&D Partner, has been involved with EU projects as far back as 1993. Dagmar was directly involved in the implementation of projects dealing with labour market and public administration issues. Since 1997 she has been dealing with monitoring and evaluation services, starting with EU pre-accession schemes, but later followed by many other interventions of various donors in numerous sectors. She has been also specialising in training and coaching activities in the area of monitoring and evaluation. Moreover, Dagmar can provide methodological support, quality control and management of evaluation teams and assignments.

Dagmar initiated the establishment of the Slovak evaluation society and is involved in the society’s operation. She is author of the first Slovak Guideline on monitoring and evaluation.

Dietmar Aigner
, D&D Partner, has more than 19 years of international working experience both with public and private sectors, with particular strengths in analysis, monitoring and evaluation. Dietmar has significant experience in conducting high-level evaluations and in leading teams towards desired objectives. He has been regularly conducting evaluations for EU Commission, national entities and international donors, following highest ethical and professional standards. Dietmar demonstrates strong communication and reporting skills. He shows an excellent understanding of the operation of policy and aid interventions. Experience of working with senior officials from governments and international agencies is evident.

The ability to work in a multi-disciplinary area and to build effective working relations across cultures is one of the key competencies of Dietmar.


Steven O’Connor
has long-term experience as a programme evaluator as well as an
administrator of development assistance and EU enlargement funds.  Steve has been involved in the evaluation of EU pre-accession assistance in numerous countries. Steve also has extensive experience as an evaluation trainer within the context of development
assistance. A resident of Prague he is a foundingmember of the Czech Evaluation Society and is active in a number of Czech non-governmental organisations.

Peter Hall has extensive experience of monitoring, evaluation and evaluation development including seven years as resident evaluation team leader for the EU Phare programme in Poland, Slovakia and Hungary, responsible for evaluation operations, management and quality control. He has directed many aid strategy evaluations in Central and Eastern Europe, Africa and Latin America. Peter is a long-standing project evaluation adviser for the EBRD and is a member of the European Evaluation Society.find my phone