Consultant Malaria Project, ASOCIS, Bolivar, Venezuela. National Malaria Network Project – Ministry of Science, Research and Innovation.
Medical doctor with15+ years of healthcare experience in developing countries leading multicultural teams and communities in improving diagnosis and treatment of common tropical diseases.
Technical Assistant provider, analyze programs and distill approaches to addressing issues of integration, quality and scale, develop strategies for strengthening programs in health organizations in the public sector in developing countries; with organizational skills and abilities, high ethical standards, flexible and able to adapt to changing priorities and deadlines.
Clinical researcher, participated in malaria research activities, including clinical trials on malaria treatment and epidemiological studies.
I have 23 years experience in aspects of the food industry. I have well developed problem solving skills and a vast knowledge of food throughout the entire value chain from production to processing to final disposition and the logistics involved in remote arduous areas. Having spent several years in Afghanistan I have an extensive network of contacts in all areas of the market economy. I integrate easily into teams and am comfortable working within multi-cultural groups.
Career defender with expertise in access to justice for indigent children and adults accused of crimes. Significant experience in appellate advocacy, juvenile justice, women in the justice system, and the rehabilitation of offenders suffering from mental illness or combating addiction.
Project Manager/DRR advisor- Asia, Save The children
A Multi-skilled Management Professional with 22+ years experience in iNGO includes 11 years of development and 11 years of humanitarian program Management experience covering thematic sectors like Farm and non-farm based Livelihood, Micro Finance, food security, WASH, shelter, Natural Resources management (significantly working through partners and local authorities), Community /School Based Disaster Risk Reduction, Climate Change Adaptation, emergency relief, recovery and rehabilitation [in war, civil unrest, flood, earthquake, Tsunami and cyclone emergencies contexts] influenced by peace building, protection and conflict sensitive approaches;
11+ years of international program Management experience with organizations like AKDN, Global Communities, Oxfam, Plan-International, Tear Fund, UNICEF, Save the Children, and Red Cross in 16 countries including Sudan, Kenya, Afghanistan, Srilanka, Bangladesh, Nepal, India, Bhutan, Thailand, Indonesia, East Timor, Cambodia, Vietnam, Laos, Philippines and Myanmar.
Awarded Prime Minister’s Gold medal for “Outstanding Achievement” by Royal Government of Cambodia in Sept’2011.
A peer reviewer of WASH Cluster Coordinator’s hand book ( http://www.clustercoordination.org/files/decfiles/0.0.0_wash_handbook.pdf ) published in January-2009.
Peer Reviewer and over viewed the development of National manual on “Making school disaster resilient” for Royal Govt of Bhutan, including writing “Gender Barriers in Disaster risk reductions” chapter.
I. Program Management: Strategic leadership, Program strategy, development, design, program implementation & Operations, monitoring and evaluation.
II. People Management: Performance management / staff management and recruitment of local & international staff, learning and Training & capacity building
III. Donor Contract and Reporting: Internal and external reporting including donor contract /compliance management for USAID, DFID, ECHO, DIPECHO, EU, AusAid(DFAT), NZ Aid, AIF, CIDA (DFATD), ERF etc.
IV. Advocacy: at Global, national and sub-national level on human rights and women rights
V. Partnership management: partner’s assessment, coordination, Training and capacity building of NGO, Govt and Partners staff
VI. Coordination, liasoning & networking with UN, international organizations, local organizations, Govt. authorities and public representatives for operational and implementation issues, advocating various cross cutting local and national issues on food security, livelihood and WASH sector.
Head of Business Development, Grant Thornton Consulting(Pvt) Limited
With hands on experience in proposal writing (both solicited & unsolicited), I am well versed in procurement guidelines of clients. Having a rich experience of working with consulting firms both national and international, I am an expert in business development, achieving client satisfaction through services delivery, project coordination and project management. Being adept in identification of funding opportunities and securing businesses for firms by developing networks and clients-pitching, my functional expertise also includes Networking, Persuasion, Prospecting, Public Speaking, Research, Writing, Closing Skills, Motivation for Sales, Prospecting Skills, Sales Planning, Identification of Customer Needs and Challenges, Territory Management, Market Knowledge and Meeting Sales Goals. For having excellent communication and leadership skills, I am excellent in team management and coordination.
Water Utility Operations Specialist, USAID - SUWASA
Robert Hanjahanja served as the Water Utility Operations Specialist for the Sustainable Water and Sanitation in Africa (SUWASA) from 2010 – 2015. In this capacity, he assisted in the development of the SUWASA reform initiative by coordinating and managing the portfolio of reform initiatives developed under the program. He provided technical assistance in terms of contract management, design of investment projects, in developing and conducting training programs in response to various training needs, while liaising with the initiative partners and the appropriate USAID mission for the eight countries that SUWASA worked in i.e. Kenya, South Sudan, Ethiopia, Uganda, Zambia, Mozambique, Nigeria and Senegal. In South Sudan, Mr. Hanjahanja designed a water system in two towns that led to piped water being served to the communities in two selected towns. He also developed an Electrical Power connection concept that led to the electrification of Maridi Water Board, which prior ran on diesel power. In Ethiopia, Mr. Hanjahanja supported the Hawassa Water Enterprise to expand coverage to low income communities through adoption of a kiosk management model, a commercially based model, based on its successful application in neighboring Kenya. The design of the physical infrastructure was adapted to the local situation in Ethiopia but the management approach was essentially the same as the successful Kenya management model. In Zambia, Mr. Hanjahanja provided oversight during the implementation of new corporate governance guidelines and a new tariff and Cost of Water model for the Water Regulator, who in turn now uses these tools to help in regulating the eleven water utilities in Zambia. Mr. Hanjahanja directed the development and implementation of these tools by providing technical support during their development and implementation. In Mozambique Mr. Hanjahanja supported the development of a new law that now recognizes the existence of private water operators in Maputo. These operators account for 60% percent of water supplied in Maputo, but prior to the SUWASA intervention, they operated in an unregulated environment. In Nigeria, Mr. Hanjahanja supported the reform of the water sector in two states, which previously had water utilities that performed poorly and operated in an uncoordinated institutional and regulated framework. Mr. Hanjahanja designed the work plan and investment project for one state, and provided technical and supervisory support for both states. In his 23 years of experience in the region, Mr. Hanjahanja has designed and supervised the construction for a complete water treatment plant for a small town for the Malawi Government, designed and supervised the construction of earth dams for rural water supply in Lilongwe, Malawi. He has also been in the management team and been Chief Executive of the Water Utility which supplied water for the Capital City of Malawi. During his tenure, the utility was able to provide water 24 hours a day every day and also develop a pro poor department which focused on supplying water to the informal communities within the city, an initiative which was a first in the region. He was also Country Director for Habitat for Humanity, an NGO which provides sustainable low cost housing solutions for the poor. Mr. Hanjahanja holds a Master’s Degree in Urban Services Planning, with focus in Urban Water.
LL.M. on Rule of Law for Development, Loyola University of Chicago
Kosovo - Policy Advisor on Rule of Law, LL.M. in Rule of Law for Development from Loyola University of Chicago. 5 years of experience in lawyer office, non-governmental organization and in USAID projects.
Freelance consultant specialized in sustainable private sector development, financial inclusion, social and inclusive business, base of the pyramid approaches, SME development and evaluations. I am also member of the working group on gender of CAD. Worked in projects for a range of international organizations, including IDB, World Bank/IFC, EC, UNDP, UNICEF, CAF and other.
Jacques is a copy editor and part of Devex’s content management team. Previously, he worked with the Philippine Department of Tourism and the World Wide Fund for Nature. He is currently taking his master’s degree in communication from the University of the Philippines Diliman.
Technical Advisor,Procurement, CTAP,Ministry of Finance,GoA,Kabul
I am Ph.d,MBA,BE(Electrical)having experience in Project Management,procurement for more than 30 years inclusive international experience of procurement for more than 8 years in LIBYA & AFGHANISTAN.Presently working as Technical Advisor,Procurement with CTAP ,Ministry Of Finance,USAID+DFID Funded project
30 years of experience • Available 6 Weeks from offer
I am highly dedicated,committed Tanzanian with over ten years experience in Project and Program management and leadership.
I have worked with different local and international organizations in supporting vulnerable communities in Tanzania,alleviating poverty and helping increasing their household income.
Senior Analyst Human Capital Management, IBI International
Faisal has nearly six years of work experience in Human Resources, Capacity Building, Training & Development and Project Management. Faisal’s range of work experiences in international & local organizations allow him to exhibit multiple competencies, apply best HR practices & Organizational Development knowledge, and work efficiently in conflict and disaster-prone environments. Faisal is also proficient at communicating effectively with people from different backgrounds.
Mid-level development specialist with well-rounded technical, operations, and proposal development experience. Advanced degrees in international law (J.D.) and development (LL.M.). Technical areas of expertise include land use, security sector reform, capacity building, food security. Diverse geographic in conflict, post-conflict, and relatively stable areas. Country experience includes: Morocco, Egypt, Nigeria, Liberia, Afghanistan, Thailand, Australia, Italy, France, and The Netherlands. Seeking long-term opportunities in DC or abroad.