Musinguzi Katembwe offers more than Fifteen (15) years of active engagement in
Accounts, Finance and Administration work in Non government organizations and Private Companies. Thus has a wider experience in the management of Donor Funds.
He is team player with Competencies in Development of Budgets, Work Plans, Financial Reporting, Control and Monitor Expenditures that meets Organizations Goals and Objectives. Computer literate in the use of Ms -Word, MsEexcel and Accounting Packages, Navision, Shopnet and Quick Books. Mentoring other staff and Experience in Capacity Building Trainings of Organizations/CBOs, Facilitating Personnel in their Operations and working as a team. He has experience in Interpersonal skills, producing outputs in time in order to put Organizational Resources into Proper Use.
Development Assistance Specialist, United States Agency for International Development
I work as a development and communications specialist at the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) in Islamabad, Pakistan. I am on a two-year assignment here.
Previously, I worked as a Roving Office Management Specialist for the Department of State at the United States Embassy in Budapest, Hungary.
I lived and worked for 20 years in beautiful Seattle, before marrying my college sweetheart and moving to Budapest, Hungary, where she was serving in the U.S. Foreign Service.
For a decade or so, I designed and developed web sites, mainly for companies and individuals involved in eco-friendly or natural living businesses.
I am also a former newspaper reporter and a published author. I write freelance articles for publications and for businesses.
Specialties: International development, writing and editing, web design and development, article writing, business writing
Monitoring & Evaluation Officer, World Vision Bangladesh
I have been working for more than six years in Monitoring & Evaluation arena though I started as Community Mobilizer, then gradually Sponsorship Supervisor, Area Manager, Monitoring & Evaluation Officer, Project Officer- Monitoring and Manager- M&E as well as Country Head of Monitoring.
Head of Human Resource, Kenya Human Rights Commission (KHRC)
A self-motivated, dynamic Human Resource Professional with expertise in assessing organizational capacity and developing HR policies, systems and processes aligned to strategic objectives. Proven track record in identifying and supporting change management interventions and proposing solutions aimed at enhancing organizational effectiveness in order to secure high returns on human capital investments.
I'm a global executive, leader, and strategist; A recognized expert in supply chain, finance, and information system management.
I've worn numerous hats in my career: from the battlefield to the C-suite. As a result, I have a unique ability to manage multidisciplinary missions, projects, and professionals; navigate complex challenges; and translate corporate missions and visions into actionable and achievable goals.
This real world experience provides me with a professional value system:
I've worked around the globe: from Diego Garcia to Jalalabad to Najran. Being part of the local community concretes the practices of teamwork, synergy, and social responsibility.
I speak business and am fluent in finance, materials, research, military, process improvement, information technology, and healthcare. Speaking the language saves time, improves effectiveness and efficiency, and reduces costs.
I do not run from a challenge ... I do not fit any mold ... I seek out the difficult and impossible tasks and will always give the credit to the deserving (my team) ... I'm the person you want leading the charge and will give my absolute best, every minute of every day.
I love meeting new people and seeing what they've done and where they want to go. Reach out to me if you want to talk international business, healthcare, or life in general.
Mr. Bawa is a Development Planner and a Project Manager. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Planning from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) and an International Executive Professional Master of Business Administration in Strategic & Project Management from the Paris Graduate School of Management in France. He also holds a Postgraduate Diploma in Management from the International Professional Managers Association-UK, a certificate in Human Resource Management from Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration (GIMPA) and a Certification as a Clinical Research Coordinator (CCRC) by the Association of Clinical Research Professionals (ACRP) as well as a Project Management for Development Professional (PMDpro) Certification awarded by the Project Management Institute.
He has undertaken several assignments in the healthcare management, decentralization and local governance sector in Ghana. He is currently a Deputy Chief of Party at PATH, Ghana overseeing, the operational, finance and M&E components of a year multi-million USAID funded MalariaCare being implemented by PATH, Save the Children, PSI and MCDI.
Prior to joining this team, Mr. Bawa worked for seven years a planning expert/project manager among a team of health experts undertaking a research into the most advanced malaria vaccine in history RTS,S in Ghana as part of a multi-country/multi-center trial to test the safety and efficacy of this vaccine in 16000 children across 7 countries in Africa. Among other things, Mr. Bawa is responsible for training staff drawn from the Health facilities and Municipal Health Management on Clinical Research Ethics as well as coordinating the day to day activities of the trial site in the Asante Akim North Municipality to ensure set Milestones are met as planned. He has been at this post from 2006 to date with funding from Malaria Vaccine Initiative (MVI)/ GlaxoSmithKline Biologicals.
Prior to this, he was a Health Services Administrator (2003-2006) responsible for a 145 bed hospital in the Amansie West District of Ghana. Whilst there, he was responsible for the day to day management of the facility including financial oversight, budget preparation, human resource management, transport management as well as liaison with the ministry of health and other corporate relations.
He was also a Focal Person/ Consultant on the implementation of the National Health Insurance Scheme for facilities in the Amansie West District of Ghana, where he trained and helped prepare Doctors, Nurses and other paramedical staff in the district towards the introduction of the National Health Insurance Scheme in 2003, as well as the Focal Person on Human Resource in the Obuasi Diocesan Health Committee of the National Catholic Health Service with the responsibility of preparing, training and monitoring Human Resource Policies in eight Catholic Hospitals in the Obuasi Diocese.
Prior to this, he was a member of a team of consultants from Jeavco Consult engaged by the Ministry of Food and Agriculture under the Village Infrastructure Project (now CBRDP) to train Community Opinion Leaders in Participatory Planning and Management in Birim North, Damgbe East and Keta Districts in the Eastern, Greater Accra and Volta Regions respectively.
As a team leader, he helped train chief’s, assembly members and other opinion leaders in participatory plan preparation, proposal writing, procurement guidelines and negotiation skills to attract funding from the VIP project and other donors (August 2002- July 2003).
Mr. Bawa also played the role of a team leader in the Nkenkanso Sub-district of Offinso in Nov/Dec 2002, when PHR plus undertook a Feasibility Study on the Offinsoman Health Insurance Scheme. He was responsible for organizing Focus Group Discussion, supervising enumerators, report writing, and dissemination of outcomes to Stakeholders including the Regional and District Health Directorates in Ashanti Region.
He also participated in a similar exercise in Nov. 2001-2002 for the Alliance for Health Systems Research (WHO) where he was a Team Leader in ‘Animating Community Based Groups in the Formation and Management of Community Health Financing Schemes’ and had the responsibility for organizing Focus Group Discussion, Training, Supervising and disseminating results to community members, groups, health directorates and other stakeholders.
Between January and February 2001, he participated in a post evaluation survey on Improving Reproductive Outcomes for Special Adolescent Population in Kumasi conducted for Youth Development Foundation (YDF) & PPAG by Dr. David Oladipo (PATH) as a research assistant.
He has excellent process facilitation and report writing skills. His experience in Ghana’s decentralization programme and development planning and budgeting in the health sector would be brought to bear on this assignment.
Being passionate about the use of information technology as an instrument for enlightenment, entertainment, educative and corrective tool for positive change, I am interested in technology and their applications for daily life problem solving. As business oriented and hardworking person, I have been doing homologation consultations for various organizations, telecommunication companies and manufactures.
I am a computer engineer and Information technology specialist, project design and management with more than 5 years experience.
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International Development Crop production soil/water managemt Extension/education Monitor/Evaluation, Sanchez Agriculture Consultant Showing 12 Short term assigments >$20,000
Certified Crop Advisor PhD crop production Master degree in soil management. Second university degree in farm & irrigation management. 21-yrs supporting small farmers and large corporate agriculture; 8-yrs private sector 8-years government sector 14-yrs subtropical and tropical agriculture systems; 7-yrs in dry-land agriculture. 5-yrs research agriculture remote sensing 7.5-yrs as COP research climate change 12-yrs Quantitative/qualitative Verification 18-yrs free-lance consultant Experimental design Statistical analysis Business/project design management cycles
Emil is a renowned economist and local economic development specialist. His long list of qualifications include PhD and Masters Degrees in LED from the University of the Western Cape. Emil is currently with another Doctorate on LED in Africa at the University of Geneva, Switzerland.
His nearly three decades of experience spans, amongst others, municipal management, local government consulting and his persona passion: local economic development. His custom development strategies, training and measurement methodologies and uncanny ability to get buy-in and participation of all stakeholders ensure that collaboronomics work to the benefit of all involved.
The combination of my business critical and experience-based knowledge, gives me familiarity and adaptability across multiple industries and different organisation sizes and structures - startups to large mutli-nationals all require a framework for strategic decision making and analysis.
Ranging from hospitality, tourism, financial services, professional services and learning and development, I am well versed in adapting to an environment, market conditions and a constantly changing landscape.
With a fundamental work style that stems from planning, process and procedure, I have a management approach that combines business practicalities along with the best sustainable outcome for all stakeholders.
I am an avid supporter of effective and clear communication, particularly when it comes to leading global teams. With orgins hailing from a customer service industry, I've never strayed far from the idea that success is largely based on maintaining relationships through reputation.
I balance my eye for detail with the necessity for getting things done and have long ago learned that less than perfect execution is far preferable than not getting off the starting blocks.
Data analysis, system implementation and research are all drivers for my need to examine new ways of doing things or improving on an already successful process.
Above all, I thrive working with smart and committed individuals. My most enjoyable work has been with organisations who operate with high professionalism and who attribute value to being leaders in their industry.
I was graduated from Master Degree Program in Health Social Science, in Mahidol University. I have long experience in research, especially qualitative research. Most of my research experiences are in the field of qualitative with different perspective such as rights and cultural. However, I also conducted research by using mix method depend on the purpose of the research.
At this moment, I am working as senior staff in one private education and counseling center. My main responsibility is to ensure our preschool and afterschool center develop well. I am responsible to manage technical and substantial aspect of business development in the organization, which is included organization, system, and program development for our center.
Now, I lead one project on action research in developing education based early intervention model for children with hearing impairment. The proposed model is an integrative model. The early intervention model expects to involve parent and community. The research’s cluster is divided into school based and home based.
I am a highly professional detail-oriented administrator with the proven ability to deliver excellent project management results; energetic, dedicated, resourceful, and passionate about supporting and enriching the lives of clients. I'm committed to personal and professional growth and opportunities.