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Constantin von der Heyden
Constantin von der Heyden is director of Pegasys Strategy and Development, a specialist public sector management consultancy.
has over 15 years' consulting and research experience in Africa, with particular interest in institutional and economic issues in the management of water resources for economic growth and development.
In recent years he
has focussed on the interface between climate change, economic development and natural resources management in Africa, and on the institutional, financial and infrastructural response to adapt to an uncertain future.
Constantin serves on various regional and international committees, has worked for a range of clients including governments, multilateral financial institutions and NGOs, and has published in the academic and popular literature.
Constantin leads the climate change practice and the public sector strategy and finance practice in Pegasys.
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Constantin J. von der Heyden
Constantin is executive director of Pegasys International (UK) and Pegasys Strategy and Development (SA), an international public sector strategy and management consultancy group.
He serves on the Regional Technical Committee of the Global Water Partnership (GWP) and on the Governing Board of the DBSA regional Water Demand Management Programme.
He also serves on two Rhodes Scholarship selection committees, and on civil society and community boards.
Constantin's work focuses on public sector development, water management and climate change adaptation in Africa.
is leading Africa-wide and regional programmes and projects on climate change adaptation, building institutional and technical capacity to adapt to an uncertain future.
is also supporting corporate boards in developing a low carbon economy in Africa and has consulted for the World Bank
has authored papers in the academic and popular literature on water, climate change and governance.
Constantin received his first degree in veterinary science from the University of Pretoria and a Doctorate in Geography from Oxford University as a Rhodes Scholar.
Following graduation he was awarded the William Golding Research Fellowship in the humanities and served as the coordinator of the Oxford Centre for Water Research.
was also visiting fellow at the University of Zambia