Mr. AKM Abdul Wadud is an international development professional with more than 30 years of multifaceted technical and managerial experience and expertise, specialized in evaluating projects/ programs, designing new projects and systems for monitoring, evaluation, research and learning (MERL) and management information in Africa, America and Asia including NEPAL for development programs/ projects, humanitarian assistance and emergency response with high rate of success. Not only that he has extensive experience, proven expertise, unique skills and competencies in systematically review, monitor and evaluate on-going programs, M&E, GIS, MIS systems, tools and process, and reconstruct and upgrade those meaningfully and logically. He had efficiently led, managed and implemented robust MERL systems, GIS and MIS for several leading donors and development organizations setting evidence of innovation, effectiveness and overall success and gained high appreciation from the Donors and other stakeholders. He is very much innovative and truly a successful change maker. He had demonstrated outstanding capability and established strong track record in strategic, systematic, realistic and holistic thinking, planning, system designing and managing resistance/ challenges benefited to uplift and understanding of organizational culture, learning and change management, and creating enabling working environment for women and other team members. He had vivid contribution and exhibited examples of value addition to increase organizations’ reputation and reaching new heights. He has versatile practical experience and competencies working abroad and in-country with international donors and development organizations, Govt. and national NGOs such as USAID, DFID, SDC, CIDA, EC, ActionAid, CARE International, CHEMONICS PRICE, Save the Children, World Vision. He led and managed various baseline, mid-term and final evaluation using mixed methods e.g. Qualitative, Quantitative & PRA.
AKM Abdul Wadud
Duration : 1 Years
Mr. Shafiul Alam Graduated from the University of Chittagong in 1979; completed MBA in 2013 with thesis on NGO human resource management policy. Started career in the Bangladesh Jute Research Institute as Agriculture scientist in 1979; was awarded FAO Fellowship in 1983. Conducted scientific research and social studies including surveys; wide experienced in data collection, entry, analysis and research report writing. Author or co-authored to 17 scientific publications in national and international journals, three DRR-CCA guideline documents and a number of popular articles in different newsletters on development issues of coastal area. Co-authored the book “Moving Coastlines” that dealing the development challenges and poverty of disaster prone coastal region of Bangladesh. Currently writing report on Early sign impact assessment and Impact assessment of Jute sector for M4C project.
Md. Shafiul Alam
Mr. Farrukh Ahmed: Master of Science (M.Sc.) in Statistics Year of Passing 2003, from Rajshahi University, Rajshahi. Monitoring & Evaluation Coordinator, International Potato Center, SUSTAIN Project. Designed M&E plan, different M&E activities to ensure that project is moving toward right direction and results are being generated. On the basis of the program monitoring and evaluation plan, this will require the need to develop procedures and templates and appropriate analytical framework for monitoring program outputs and outcomes, data collection and reporting to meet donor requirements. Reviewed findings of different surveys of the project and include in the project M&E framework; Oversee and ensure timely data collection, data entry, analysis and delivery of report. Ensured data are adequately disaggregated per the USAID Feed the Future M&E guidelines. Ensured that M&E system is gender sensitive and gender disaggregated data/information are feeding into the system.
Md. Farrukh Ahmed
Mr. Apurba Deb Roy: Mr. Roy is more than 16 years of experiences in development field in INGOs and UN bodies with a track knowledge of mobile apps based technology and cash disbursement process of A-Card initiative for farmers in USAID Agricultural Extension support activity project, an FtF program of CARE Bangladesh. He is Master in social Science and he is a PhD research fellow in Asia e University Malaysia on enterprise development. He works as Team leader in several projects of INGOs. He did number of consultancy work for Bangladesh, south Asian countries and East African countries.
Apurba Deb Roy:
Dr. Golam Rabbani, Professor Department of Horticulture Bangladesh Agricultural University Mymensingh-2202 Bangladesh, Phone: 880-91-67401-6 Extn 2471 (Office); 4471 (Residence) 880-91-61896 (Residence) Cell: 8801711885790. Fax: 880-91-6151001
Dr Md. Golam Rabbani
Dr. Md. Abu Hadi Noor Ali khan, DVM (BAU), Ms (BAU), PhD(UK), JSPS Postbox (Japan), Professor, Department of Pathology, Faculty of Vetrinarly Social, Bangladesh Agricultural University(BAU)
Dr. Md. Abu Hadi Noor Ali khan
1. Julian Francis:
Julian Francis, National Certificate in Agriculture from Merrist Wood Agricultural College, U.K. 1963-64, National Certificate in Advanced Husbandry & Farm Management, City & Guilds Full Technological Certificate in Farm Organization & Management, Merrist Wood Agricultural College, U.K. 1965-66 , Fully computer literate (MS Office), 18 years as a freelance consultant with a total of over 40 years development work experience, mostly in South Asia. Key qualifications: Senior management of long term complex development programmes, including Team Leader position, Implementation of relief, rehabilitation, and resettlement programmes, Participatory planning and Programme management, budgeting and finances, logistics, value for money monitoring, Sustainable integrated development programmes including land and land rights, agriculture, micro-enterprise, micro-credit, community health and family planning, social development, vocational training, social protection, gender issues, disability issues and group dynamics, Monitoring and evaluation, Co-ordination of Government/NGO/civil society relations, inter-NGO networking, and resource co-ordination.
Participating consultant in the Final Qualitative Performance Evaluation of three USAID Food for Peace Programs all of which are multi sector, namely: Nobo Jibon implemented by Save the Children International; PROSHAR implemented by ACDI/VOCA and SHOUHARDO-II implemented by CARE