Khayre oo magacaabay Madaxa isku xirka Deeqaha
Ra’isulwasaaraha Soomaaliya Xasan Cali Kheyre ayaa MUHUMED HUSSEIN AHMED u magacaabay Unuga Isku Xirka Deeqaha (aid coordination unit- Acu).
Xilkaan ayaa waxaa horey u haayey Axmed Caynte, waxaana waraaq kasoo baxday Xafiiska Ra’isulwasaaraha loogu magacaabay Maxamed Xuseen Axmed oo ah nin aqoon fiican u leh shaqadaan sida ka muuqato taariikhdiisa.
Muxuu yahay Xilkaan?
Unuga Isku Xirka Deeqaha (aid coordination unit- Acu) waxay u taagantahay taaba gellinta iyo socodsiinta hanaanka fullinta qorshahha qarranka , isku xirka deeqa iyo taaba gellinta hanaan ay kuwada hadlaan somaliada iyo deeq bixiya yaasha, waxay ka caawisaa hanaanka qorshaha qaranka taageero farsamo sidaa Arrimaha xog ururinta iyo loojistikada. Waxay qaban qaabisaa shirar kala duwan ee qorshaha qaran lagu taaba geliyo., sida
1- Hanaanka Wadaaga ee Somalia ( Somalia Partnership Forum)
2- Sanduuqa Dib u diska Somalia ( SDRF)
3- Shirarka Tiirarka (Pillars)
waxay kaloo dawladda ka caawisaa
· isku xirka hay’adda dawladda.iyo gobollada
· Daba galka Dhaqdhaqaha Deeqaha ( aid mapping Exercise)
· Taaba Galnimada Deeqah ( aid Effectivness)
Halkaan hoose ka akhriso taariikhdiisa:
MUHUMED HUSSEIN AHMED
PROFILE Extensive operational and managerial experience in humanitarian, resilience and development programming in Eastern Africa (Somalia, Kenya, Ethiopia, Djibouti, South Sudan, Tanzania and Uganda). Worked with diverse donors (Norwegian, Swedish, USA, DFID, EU and UN agencies) in the aforementioned contexts. Motivated to contribute to human development, capacity enhancement and governance. EDUCATION August 2013 – July 2016: Kenyatta University: MBA strategic Management: Some of main courses including financial management, human resource management, change management, strategic Management, entrepreneurship and research methods.
February 2010- Feb 2011: Management and leadership training. On the job hands-on training for managements and leadership with secondment exposure
April 2009 – September 2010: Cambridge Association of managers (CAM), postgraduation. Post Graduate Diploma in Project Management. Main courses: Financial management; Project cycle management; Organizational behavior; Human resources Management; Operational management
March 2005 – Feb 2009: SIMAD University, Mogadishu, Somalia. Business Administration Bachelor Degree. Main courses: Research methods; Project and Operational management; International business; Public finance; Total quality management.
EXPERIENCE November 2017 to date NRC- Norwegian Refugee Council Country Director for NRC Uganda Overall leadership for NRC programmes, personnel and resources in Uganda, nurturing a growing program to ensure quality and responsiveness in meeting the needs of the persons of interest. Responsible for strategy development, representation, Advocacy, personnel management and development and spokesman organization and stakeholders.
November 2016 to October 2017 NRC- Norwegian Refugee Council Roving Country Director for NRC Uganda, Tanzania and Djibouti Overall leadership and representation responsibility for NRC operations and resources in Uganda, Tanzania and Djibouti. Together with relevant staff and structures, take leadership in sound programming and strategy development, advocacy, networking with relevant stakeholders, fundraising, financial oversight, personnel management and development and official spokesman for NRC in the said programmes
September 2014 to October 2016 NRC- Norwegian Refugee Council Area Manager for NRC South Central Somalia- Mogadishu, Somalia Overall responsibility of the NRC South Central, Somalia programs and operations, Ensuring sound program strategies development, quality, timely and methodical program
management and coordination with relevant stakeholders. Ensuring development of relevant and dynamic programming together with the communities and community owned implementation of programme. Giving leadership in risk management and mitigations strategies development, recruitment, development and management of dynamic team (140 staff) and reporting to the country Director for Somalia.
March 2012 to August 2014 NRC- Norwegian Refugee Council Area Manager for NRC Dollo Ado Program- Dollo Ado, Ethiopia Overall responsibility of the NRC Dollo Ado programs and operations, Ensuring sound program strategies development, quality, timely and methodical program management and coordination with ARRA, UNHCR, other IPs, host communities, local authorities, refugee community committees and beneficiaries. Ensuring all NRC systems for program administration, financial management and monitoring programme/project activities are implemented and adhered to. Reporting and proposal writing as required; recruitment and supervision NRC Dollo Ado program and operation staff (120 staff), Monitoring proper utilization of program funding and reporting to the Country Director for Ethiopia.
March and April 2013 NRC- Norwegian Refugee Council Start-up support – South Central Somalia Two months assignment to undertake feasibility study on scale of humanitarian needs, access and establishment of NRC programming in Baidoa (Bay), Dollo (Gedo) and Dobley (Lower Juba) towns in Southern Somalia. During this period, I successfully established NRC presence in Baidoa and Dollo; acquiring office space, identification and recruitments of relevant staff and commencement of Shelter programs for the IDPs. Comprehensive needs assessment undertaken in Dobley and its environs deducing recommendations and clear startup strategy to the NRC Somalia program. Reporting to country Director Somalia and Kenya.
January 2011 to February 2012 NRC – Norwegian Refugee Council Emergency Coordinator – South Central Somalia Leading role during the set-up of the Central Somalia sub-office, including assessments and actual set-up; responsible for the design, implementation and monitoring of all food security and livelihood activities in south and central Somalia; formulation of annual plans of action, contingency plans, and emergency preparedness plans for EFSD; responsible for all the food and non-food item distributions in Mogadishu and south and central Somalia including leading NRC’s famine response interventions; external representation during meetings with various stakeholders including government, non-government, other humanitarian actors, private sector and civilians; Reporting and proposal writing as required; recruitment and direct supervision of 8 staff; monitoring of approx.
March 2011 NRC – Norwegian Refugee Council Assessment – Shire (Tigray) and Dollo Ado (Somali region), Ethiopia In the context of the regionalization of the NRC Kenya/Somalia office, responsible for the assessment of the humanitarian situation in the two main refugee camps of Ethiopia
(Shire and Dollo Ado) to plan for the start of NRC operations in the country. Focus on security and access, Shelter and Livelihoods. The assessment led to establishment of NRC programmes in different parts of Ethiopia.
October- December 2010 NRC – Norwegian Refugee Council Emergency Project Coordinator – Aweil, South Sudan Setting up emergency preparedness plans and logistics for floods affected IDPs and returnees from North Sudan during the pre-referendum period. Training of all staff on emergency preparedness and response plans. Coordination with other programs active in the region in development of emergency preparedness plans. Reporting and proposal writing as required; recruitment and direct supervision of 4 staff. August 2009 – September 2010 NRC – Norwegian Refugee Council Emergency Preparedness Project Coordinator – Mogadishu, Somalia Responsible for all the food and non-food item distributions in Mogadishu and south and central Somalia; formulation of plans of action, contingency plans and emergency preparedness plans for the program; Coordinating with Area Manager in formulating, updating and implementation of security SOPs; security focal point; officer in charge (OIC) of the Mogadishu office in the absence of the Head of Office; external representation during meetings with various stakeholders including government, non-government, other humanitarian actors, private sector and civilians; Reporting and proposal writing as required; recruitment and direct supervision of 11 staff;
June 2008 – July 2009 NRC – Norwegian Refugee Council Emergency and Logistics Officer – Mogadishu, Somalia Responsible for all logistical (including fleet and procurement) matters of the program; security focal point; management of food and non-food item distributions in Mogadishu and other parts of south-central Somalia; M&E focal point; management of multiple warehouses; external representation during meetings with various stakeholders including government, non-government, other humanitarian actors, private sector and civilians; officer in charge of the office in the absence of the Area Manager; contributions to formulating, updating and implementation of security SOPs; external representation during meetings with various stakeholders including government, non-government, other humanitarian actors, private sector and civilians; Reporting and proposal writing as required; recruitment and direct supervision of 3 staff.
May 2007 – May 2008 NRC – Norwegian Refugee Council Project Officer – Mogadishu, Somalia Facilitating the establishment of the NRC in Mogadishu, namely facilitating contacts with various authorities, groups and other humanitarian actors, and during the actual set-up of the Mogadishu office; security focal point; management of all food and non-food item distributions in the region; overseeing the implementation of shelter and sanitation activities in IDP settlements; officer in charge in the absence of the Area Manager;
responsible for all logistical matters (including fleet, warehouses and procurement) of the program.
Dec 2006-July 2007 Coalition for Grassroots Women Organization (COGWO) Executive secretary – Mogadishu, Somalia Monitoring of all projects of the organization; monitoring communications with member organizations and partners; proposal writing and reporting as required; coordination of meetings and chairing trainings for the member organizations; keeping track of Human Rights violations in Mogadishu and other parts of Somalia, with documentation for future follow-up.
TRAININGS/ SEMINAR CONDUCTED
▪ Risk management and anti-corruption training NRC South central, Somalia Staff July 2015 ▪ Anticorruption training and mapping for NRC Dollo Staff; Dollo Ado, Ethiopia, July 2012 ▪ Sphere in Humanitarian practice for NRC program and partner’s staff; Hargeisa, Somaliland. Feb 2011. ▪ Negotiating access in complex emergencies: acceptance approach. NRC Peshawar, Pakistan; Jul 2011.
TRAININGS/ SEMINARS ATTENDED
▪ HEAT security training – Oslo, Norway May 2017 ▪ Project cycle management – Hargeisa, Somaliland 2016 ▪ Risk Management and counter terrorisms – Nairobi, Kenya 2015 ▪ Induction training NRC – Oslo, Norway. Sep 2010. ▪ Security Management training, NRC – Hargeisa, Somaliland, Mar 2010. ▪ Sphere in humanitarian practice- RedR – Pune, India, Jun 2010. ▪ People management workshop, People in Aid – Nairobi, Kenya, Jan 2010. ▪ Field Security training – NRC- Oslo, Norway Apr 2009 ▪ M&E Outcome mapping, Measure Africa – Nairobi, Kenya, Sep 2008. ▪ SSAFE Pre-deployment security training, UNDSS – Nairobi, Kenya, Aug 2008. LANGUAGES • English – (fluent) Oral and written • Somali – (Fluent) Oral and written REFERENCES Available upon request