Deogratias Joram S.

Founder and Exective Director

Master's Degree

Tanzania

Summary

Dr Joram Sebatware is a holder of Masters in veterinary medicine from the Morogoro University of Agriculture, Tanzania with more than twenty years (from 1996 to date) working in agriculture and livestock field as well as in other developmental programs in Rwanda. Presently he is the sustainable livelihood improvement specialist and a consultant. He has over Ten years been involved in capacity building to cooperatives and non government organization target group in both rural and urban Rwanda. He has conducted project baseline surveys, evaluation and impact assessment for developmental projects and programs, development of projects, and developed strategic plans for more than ten (10) cooperatives, unions and federations. He has also worked with the Government of Rwanda for 9 years which gives him clear understand of Rwanda setting both strategically and community livelihood interventions. He has worked for five (5) years with international Non-Governmental organizations in Rwanda (LWF, and SURF Rwanda Programs) in the area of livelihood improvement and poverty alleviation projects as well as working as a sustainable livelihood consultant for five (5) years specialized in project appraisal, business plan development, baseline surveys, project midterm reviews and end project impact assessment. He has among other achievements, has successfully conducted and reported on the following assignments; • Developed a four year plans and tailor made courses for cooperative federations and associations member of the Chamber of Rwanda farmers in Private sector Federation (PSF) as listed below; No Name Assignment Contract supervisor Contract period Federation /Assignment contact person 1 Federation of Tea Cooperatives (FERWACOTHE) Consultancy to Develop a four year strategic plan and tailor made courses Linking to Farmers to Market (LIFAM) project/PSF October, 2016 to January 2017 KARAMAGA Francois 2 Federation of Fishery Cooperatives of Rwanda (FEFICOORWA) Consultancy to Develop a four year strategic plan and tailor made courses Linking to Farmers to Market (LIFAM) project/PSF October, 2016 to January 2017 Nyandwi Theophile 3 Rwanda Poultry Industry (RPI) Consultancy to Develop a four year strategic plan and tailor made courses Linking to Farmers to Market (LIFAM) project/PSF October, 2016 to January 2017 Ruzibiza 4 Rwanda Mushroom promotion and Export Organisation (RMPEO) Consultancy to Develop a four year strategic plan and tailor made courses Linking to Farmers to Market (LIFAM) project/PSF October, 2016 to January 2017 Semasaka Aline 5 Cassava Processors Association (CPA) Consultancy to Develop a four year strategic plan and tailor made courses Linking to Farmers to Market (LIFAM) project/PSF October, 2016 to January 2017 Muhizi Jotham 6 Rwanda Federation of Wheat Cooperatives (RFWC) Consultancy to Develop a four year strategic plan and tailor made courses Linking to Farmers to Market (LIFAM) project/PSF October, 2016 to January 2017 Buseruka Patric 7 Federation of Cooperatives of Irish potatoes of Rwanda (FECOPPORWA) Consultancy to Develop a four year strategic plan and tailor made courses Linking to Farmers to Market (LIFAM) project/PSF October, 2016 to January 2017 Nzbzrinda Isaac 8 Rwanda Horticulture Inter-professional Organisation (RHIO) Consultancy to Develop a four year strategic plan and tailor made courses Linking to Farmers to Market (LIFAM) project/PSF October, 2016 to January 2017 Murebwayire Christine 9 Rwanda Coffee Cooperative Federation (RCCF) Consultancy to Develop a four year strategic plan and tailor made courses Linking to Farmers to Market (LIFAM) project/PSF October, 2016 to January 2017 Theopiste Nyiramahoro 10 Federation of Cooperatives of Apiculture (FERWACAPI) Consultancy to Develop a four year strategic plan and tailor made courses Linking to Farmers to Market (LIFAM) project/PSF October, 2016 to January 2017 Nzabonimpa Anselme 11 Federation of Cooperatives of rice of Rwanda (FUCORIRWA) Consultancy to Develop a four year strategic plan and tailor made courses Linking to Farmers to Market (LIFAM) project/PSF October, 2016 to January 2017 Gahiza Appolinaire 12 Coffee Exporters Association of Rwanda (CEPAR) Consultancy to Develop a four year strategic plan and tailor made courses Linking to Farmers to Market (LIFAM) project/PSF October, 2016 to January 2017 Laetitia Kayitesi 13 Rwanda Cassava Cooperative Federation (RWCCF) Consultancy to Develop a four year strategic plan and tailor made courses Linking to Farmers to Market (LIFAM) project/PSF October, 2016 to January 2017 Harerimana Martin 14 National Dairy Farmers Federation of Rwanda Consultancy to Develop a four year strategic plan and tailor made courses Linking to Farmers to Market (LIFAM) project/PSF October, 2016 to January 2017 Gahiga Gashumba 15 Federation of cooperatives of Maize producers in Rwanda (FCMR) Consultancy to Develop a four year strategic plan and tailor made courses Linking to Farmers to Market (LIFAM) project/PSF October, 2016 to January 2017 Tugirinshuti Evaliste • Conducted a Jyambere project baseline survey for Send a Cow Rwanda (Feb. 2015), • Developed a fundable project proposal document for SERUKA NGO titled Women Empowerment for sustainable development, (2016), • Conducted training consultancy on milk quality control and milk value chain management for cooperatives member in Kamonyi District; financed by Lutheran world Federation, ( 2007), • Conducted a Milk and Milk market survey for send a Cow; August 2015, • Trained Rwanda National Dairy stake holders on milk value chain management and values addition options; financed by Rwanda private sector federation,(2015) • Sector analysis of livestock development and production expert for Ministry of agriculture and Animal resources (2004), • Visiting lecturer to Umutara veterinary College as a physiology and biochemistry lecturer in the faculty of veterinary medicine (part time) • Planned and actively participated in the veterinary inspection that included recording and handling of animals for slaughter data, monitor abattoir records, market place of products of animal origin statistics as well as managing log book for veterinary drugs and chemicals (2000 - 2005), • Developed five year strategic plan and management manuals for Rwanda National Dairy platform financed by Rwanda private sector federation (2016), • Compiled and produced a business plan (included capacity building for members in establishment of baseline benchmarks) for COADEAM cooperative for USAID/ADC that secured a 100,000 US Dollars grant for the cooperative dairy farming intensification and effective participation in the milk value chain (2016), • Produced report on contribution of livestock farming to sustainable household livelihood improvement, • Conducted and produced a baseline survey report of Eastern Province integrated development project and Capacity building for sustainable livelihood in 4 districts of Kibungo province for Bread for the World (Germany) implemented by LWF (2007), • Capacity building consultancy on livestock farming projects for Rwandan genocide survivors associations and cooperatives; funded by survivors fund UK (2009), • Implemented livelihood improvement projects for genocide survivors associations and cooperative that included capacity building, monitoring and evaluation, By Survivors Fund Rwanda(2008), • Produced reports on the performance of the livelihood improvement projects and impacts generated to the target groups, • Successfully participated as livestock specialist (associate consultant) with Africa development consultant (ADC) Limited team of expert in the final impact assessment of inland lakes integrated development and management support project (Paigelac) implemented by the Ministry of agriculture and animal resources, • Participated in the midterm review and produced a final report of the Plan International Rwanda's project supported through the funds of European Commission in districts of; Rwamagana, Kayonza, and Gatsibo in Eastern Province of Rwanda. Dr Joram has been instrumental for two years (2015 -2016) from time to time , in the capacity of associate consultant in the development of project business plans including establishment of project benchmark data (baselines) for Africa Development Consultants (ADC) ltd projects who is implementing a USAIDF agreement to support cooperatives in developing fundable business plans. ADC is supporting cooperatives funded by USAIDF to develop fundable business plan that include all steps of project appraisal steps including baseline surveys and project document development. Currently Dr Joram is a sustainable livelihood consultant and has co-founded MADO Livestock Transforming company limited through which he has implemented several consultancy assignments including cooperative strategic plan developments, cooperative capacity building to mention but a few.

Icon ca blue

Interested in learning more about this Devex member?

With a Recruitment Account, you can view the full profile & CV for this member and other professionals around the world. Click here to know more!

Already a member?

Log in or sign-up, to message other community members on Devex.

People Also Viewed