M. Ahmed Khan C/o, Abdul Samad Khan, Hassan colony, Arbab Karam khan road Quetta, Balochistan. Cell #. 0300-9382114. Home# - 081-2446832 firstname.lastname@example.org Objectives: To devote professional services for the noble cause of Human development and endeavor to make a literate and prosperous society by exploring the human indigenous potential for their own good and welfare. Seeking opportunities for the growth along with multicultural diverse and congenial working environment. Professional Experience August 2011 to August 2013, with Consultant Minconsult International (Pvt) Limited, Pakistan. Worked as Resettlement Specialist on (N – 50) ICB – 3B, Killa Saifullah – Zhob Road Project, Monitoring and Reporting and documentation of Resettlement Plan for NHA Development Sector Project. Responsibilities: To conduct survey of 150 km from KSF to Zhob to identify the damages of Project Affectees falling in the construction limit in both the districts of KSF and Zhob. To compose SRP (Short Resettlement Plan) of 234 Project Affectees and their inventory list of all damaged items i.e. crops, trees, and structures etc. To conduct ACLC (Affected Citizen Liaison Committee) meetings at village level to identify the issues and their possible solution. Distribution of translated versions of SRP disclosure, and issuance of vacation notices translated in both Pashto and Urdu languages. To monitor the SRP implementation at field level and feedback to Project Director and DD (L&S) NHA, Quetta. Preparation of Judicial documents for power of attorney/self for cheque deliveries. Submission of IMR (Internal Monitoring Report) to ADB on monthly basis. To develop summarized table of impact wise compensation payment status sheet with reasons. To maintain record of complaints received to GRC (Grievance Redress Committee). To conduct GRC meetings with communities regarding resettlement issues and report to Project Director (N – 50) for resolution. Close coordination with DD L&S (NHA) regarding land acquisition and resettlement issues as per ADB Policy. To Maintain close coordination between NHA provincial office and Minconsult. June 2011 to Dec 2011. BEFARe Organization. PPV 2.0 is the World’s LARGEST SURVEY on Refugees. As a part of this survey, I was working as Data Validation Officer, and also worked as Community Mobilizer, Community Surveyor and Mapper. This survey Population Profiling and Verification (PPV 2.0) funded by UNHCR. Its aim to change the Refugee status into immigrants who are residing in Pakistan since 1980. Responsibilities: To validate the field data on daily basis. Capacity building of the team for achieving the goal. Community Mobilization, Community Surveyor and drawing a map of targeted areas. Reporting daily activities to higher officials. Supporting staff and resolving their issues during field. Best team player and close liaison. April 10th 2006 to December 2006. with Sustainable Solutions Pvt Limited.(Consultants). Worked as Resettlement Specialist on KALAT – QUETTA – CHAMAN (KQC) Project, Monitoring of Resettlement Plan for NHA Development Sector Project. Responsibilities: Meeting with communities regarding resettlement issues and report to higher officials. To conduct ACLC (Affected Citizen Liaison Committee) meetings at village level to identify the issues and their possible solution. To conduct GRC meetings with communities regarding resettlement issues and report to Project Director (N – 50) for resolution. Close coordination with DD L&S (NHA) regarding land acquisition and resettlement issues as per ADB Policy. To Maintain close coordination between NHA provincial office and Sustainable Solution. Monitoring and reconfirmation of demarcated area. Conducted Meetings with KQC affected persons on regular basis. Listing of project affected persons. Meeting with DD LMIS (NHA) and land commissioner regarding land acquisition. Data collection for resettlement plan for development sector project and reporting. To Maintain close coordination between NHA provincial office and Sustainable Solutions. August 2010 to Sep 2010 . TEHREEK (fsd) Organization. Working as Field Monitor for its monitoring project funded by UNICEF in district Quetta Balochistan, under the project; “Child and Adolescents protection Program.” Responsibilities: Develop mechanism for participatory monitoring through donor, community partners and the Tehreek team. Collect data from project and develop the monthly and quarterly Qualitative & Quantitative project end reports (as per reporting formats) for UNICEF. Coordinate with projects for monitoring related activities. Preparation of monthly/quarterly plan of monitoring of the IPs under UNICEF project” Child and Adolescents Protection Program.” To monitor the field activities, Admin & Finance against indicators of the entire partner IPs every month working under the “Child & Adolescents Protection Program UNICEF.” To conduct FGD (Focus Group Discussion) of the beneficiaries. To conduct general meetings with community members regarding benefits of the project. April 2009 to Oct 2009 .UNFPA (MNCH Program) Ziarat Earthquake Area. Working as Monitoring Officer with UNFPA for its (Maternal Neonatal & Child Health (MNCH) Program at Ziarat Earthquake Affected Areas. Responsibilities: To receive and distribute the medicines in Kawas and Ziarat hospital under MNCH project. To maintain manifest of patients and report to Project Coordinator on daily basis. To monitor the proper use of hospital and other OT (Operation Theater) equipments. Maintained close coordination between field and head office for smooth functioning of project activities and also to facilitate field staff. To monitor technical and support staff physical attendance during the field at Ziarat. To attend meetings with EDO Health regularly at field office. Reporting referral cases of the patient to project coordinator. May 2007 to Dec 2008. Taraqee Foundation. Working as Project Coordinator Education with Taraqee Foundation, project funded by PPAF for its two districts of Balochistan at Bolan and district Jhal Magsi. Responsibilities: Rehabilitation of flood affected schools at both districts. Conducted Training of Teachers annually as per budgeted schedule Overall supervision and monitoring of the project activities. To keep close coordination with District EDOs and local authorities. Preparation of annual work plan of operations and monitoring of the project. Preparation of monthly, quarterly and annual reports. Provided support and guidance to the field staff and Community Mobilization of targeted communities at district level for community development and other stakeholders. Developing and implementing the programme strategy. Developing Project Action Plan of the project. Managing and handling administrative and financial matters of the programme. September 2004 to December 2004. International Organization for Migration (IOM). Working as Field Protection Assistant with (IOM) for Afghan Presidential Election held in 2004 in Balochistan. Responsibilities: Arrangements of the security for the officials and for the staff in the working areas. To monitor the over all progressing activities of the targeted Afghan Refugees in urban and rural areas. Close liaison between government bodies and the Organization. Daily progress reporting to the High Officials of the Organization. To check the daily movement of the staff to the field areas. Movement arrangements through UNSECOORD Security System for the staff and the High Officials of the Organization. Transportation of the Electoral Sensitive Materials to the various Polling Stations and bringing safely to the Head Office. Providing reception and protocol to the visiting delegations and the High Official staff. April 2003 to September 2004. Afghan Refugees Organization (ARO). Working as Assistant Security Officer (ASO) with Afghan Refugees Organization (ARO) for Afghan Refugees Camps at Chaman, Responsibilities: Receiving of delegates at Afghan boarder and to provide security and assistance to the foreign delegates during Afghan refugees’ camps at Chaman. To brief the UNSECOORD delegates regarding over all security situation of the camps. To assist the District Administrator of Commissionerate, Afghan refugees organization. To monitor the smooth functioning of the camp and the staff working in the camp. Responsible for distribution of food and non-food items to the Afghan Refugees of the camps, donated by WFP and other international Donors. Dealing with legal matters of the Afghan refugees in the camps. Investigation of the criminal cases of Afghan refugees of the camps. Maintain close liaison with District Administrator and Commissionerate of Afghan Refugees Organization, regarding smooth functioning of the camps. Security of the camps and all the staff working in the camps. May 2002 to July 2002 . International Federation of Red Cross (IFRC). Working as WATSAN Manager with (IFRC) for Water supply and Sanitation to all Afghan Refugees camps at Chaman. Responsibilities: Responsible for water management and water supply to all the afghan refugees’ camps in Chaman. Construction of Dry Pit latrine inside the camp area. To check and support the IFRC staff in the field. To maintain close coordination between Field office and all camp’s staff for smooth functioning of the water supply chain and command. Keeping close coordination with local authorities for smooth running of the camps. In charge of hygienic water purification and chlorination of the drinking water before supplying to the refugees of the camps. Established and maintained the laboratory for testing of water pH and E – Coli and the various harmful ingredients. Daily checking of Chlorine percentage in the drinking water through POOL TESTER. Personal Information Father’s Name. : Abdul Latif Date of Birth. : October 20, 1972 CNIC No. : 54400 – 9533519 – 7 Local/Domicile. : Quetta, Balochistan. Academic Qualification M.Sc (Environmental Science) – 2002 from Sindh Agriculture University, Tandojam. B.Sc (Environmental Science) – 1998 from Balochistan Agriculture Collage, Quetta. B.A (Economics) _ 1994 form University of Balochistan. F.Sc (Pre – Engineering) – 1991 from Balochistan Board, Quetta. MATRIC (Science Subjects) – 1989 from Balochistan Board, Quetta. Computer Skills MS – Office 2003 & 2007, Power Point, Coral Draw, E – Mails and INTERNET access. Working Knowledge of Auto CAD. Languages Can read, write and speak PASHTO, ENGLISH, URDU & PERSIAN/DARI. Working knowledge of BRAHVI. Field of Expertise Know how to supervise and keep close observation of field based activities. Know how to prioritize a work as a good team leader. Sensitivity to cultural differences, ability to work in a wide variety of cultural contexts. Self-motivated and able to work well with minimum directions / guidance. Can develop teamwork environment and know how to and where to utilize energy. Ability to resolves field based issues, and ability to work under stress and to deliver the desired results. Know how to assist and facilitate foreign delegates, their protection and security arrangements, and close coordination where required. Know how to develop good contacts for delegates as per requirement. Open and broad minded and like to work and travel extensively in fields. Know how to work in a team and independently. And ability to work under stress. Know how to keep official records well maintained. Always make first move don’t just follow. Training Courses Attended UN – Security Arrangement System. Community – Led Total Sanitation (CLTS). Techniques of Land Use Management. Role of Social Forestry in Forest Development. Training in Participatory Rural Development. Training on “Social Mobilization Strategies in Rural Development”. Time Management. Office Management Training. Communication and Presentation Skill. Participatory rural appraisal techniques Basic Computer Training Prospective of Health and Education Needs and Development Social Mobilization & Rural Development Monitoring and Evaluation Training/ workshops conducted Training of Framers on agriculture marketing system. Social Mobilization Orientation. Capacity Building Training of Teachers. Field Office Management. Record Keeping. Monitoring and Evaluation. References Are available upon request.