Syed Muqader Shah
Over 16 years’ experience in community development, with a multi-sector focus, communication strengthening between community and government, disaster risk reduction, conflict resolution, polio campaigning, Capacity Building of Line Dept and Civil Society, Religious leaders mobilization and promotion of gender mainstreaming through customized approaches in highly conservative communities, women right issues-GBV. Working with Government and community to promote trust between the two stakeholders to build their capacity in the most affected area of six Districts of Malakand Division on Community-Driven Local Development (CDLD) the government policy implementation with a customized approach.
Knowledge of sustainable development, addressing critical issues i.e. gender mainstreaming, women rights, involving religious leaders in development initiatives, working through innovative and customized approaches with extremely conservative communities and diverse stakeholders. Working with the community-driven local development program of the government of KPK initiative on an equity basis. Also the capability of developing success stories, case studies as well as computer programing. Working with media for highlighting the core issues of rural areas being connected with Pakistan’s reputed anchorpersons on public and private TV channels. Working on the cross-cutting theme gender and social accountability to make the government accountable and empowered the community on an equal basis.
M.A Political Science
Unicersity of Peshawar 2001
Law, Political Sc, English, PS
Work & Experience
Human Dynamics (EU) 02/03/2015 - 10/26/2020
PCM Project Cycle Management Specialist
ob Objectives, Responsibilities and Expected Outcomes Support for CFP Preparation of VCDP Support the District (DDC) to review, priorities, and consolidate district line ministry department’s proposed schedules of CDLD calls-for-proposal into a consolidated schedule, aligned with district priorities identified by CBOs in DDSs; Support preparation and budgeting of Village Council Development Plans (VCDPs), Ensure that all approved CBO projects are included in VCDPs approved by the VCs and concerned authorities; OBB/PFM, Budgeting and Financial Funds Flows Support district in annual CDLD planning and budgeting Assist District line departments to budget the consolidated schedule for calls-for-proposals, Assist the District Financial Commission to review and consolidate the district line department Support the District Financial Commission to draw up the final output based budget for CDLD activities in good time, Monitor district budget allocations, the quarterly flow of funds based on disbursement forecasts, the flow of funds to CBOs to ensure instalments are released in a timely manner; Capacity Building Take the lead in coordinating district capacity building activities; Conduct Capacity Building Needs Assessment; Development of training programmes and materials for training, seminars and conferences, including assisting technical trainers in preparation of learning plans and materials; Organizing the logistics of internal and external training events. Includes liaising with external training providers, arranging suitable venues and monitor attendance; Deliver training concepts, modules, methods and material utilizing appropriate training methodologies benefiting from project training and capacity-building activities; evaluate the effectiveness of capacity building interventions through feedback from participants and managers, and where applicable, measure the impact of the interventions through various research methods
Main Responsibilities As a Program Officer was responsible for community mobilization at field level Was responsible for delivering training for SPO partners Responsible for overall event organization and management Running advocacy campaigns Reporting of program activities to the supervisor Facilitating activities that build the capacity of communities to address health, education and livelihood issue Providing and uploading statistical data, MIS data, reports and planning information for the Region, for internal and external dissemination. Develop and maintains effective working relationships with regional staff. To maintain district/ cluster record & filing. Adhere to SPO Policies and promote participatory culture and demonstrate SPO’s value. Carried out any other activities as assigned by the Supervisor. The Program Officer is accountable to the Regional Head/ Senior Program Specialist/ Program Specialist for implementation of regional field Program.
SRSP - 06/05/2013
Main Responsibilities responsible for Social mobilization of the communities through participatory methods for the poverty reduction, under the guidance, advice, and supervision of the District Program Manager. My broad responsibilities include • Formation of male and female community organizations. COs, WOs, VOs, and LSO. • Networking of village community organization. • Role as focal person for the members of community organizations. • Identification and prioritization of community needs in NRM, Infrastructure and HRD sector. • Verification of needs and demands submitted by the communities • Identification of contact persons in villages. • Arranging and conduction dialogue for the formation of male and female community organizations. • Program introduction to communities. • Preparation of village profiles and analysis of data. • Ensuring conducive environment (Social feasibility) for project activities in the highly conservative society. • Identification of social sector related problems. • Role as team leader of the social organization unit Karak. • Maintaining records by regular checking and meetings with the community organizations. • Establishment of linkage between communities and govt. line agencies and other NGOs • Identification of suitable communities/sites for almost all NRM and infrastructure activities. • Identification of suitable communities for NRM, HRD and Enterprise development Training • Arranging and conducting Manager Conferences. • Preparation of monthly Progress and Work Plans at SOU level. • Follow-up of overall project activities at the community level.
Main Responsibilities • Participates in need assessments, Participatory Rural Appraisals, feasibility studies, stakeholder analyses and community consultations; • Supports the development of agreements and MoUs with community-based organizations or other civil society groups. • Elaborate all needs-based inputs and all other activities according to the objectives of the program and the beneficiary involvement strategy of ACTED. • Mobilizes the community in the effective use of community resources. • Mobilize communities for the prioritizing of recovery activities and strategies. • Facilitates the capacity building and setup of representative community committees • Identifies unskilled and skilled Cash For Work beneficiaries in close cooperation with the steering committee. • Maximize beneficiary contribution. • Participate in distributions whenever required. • The Community mobilizers should develop in-depth knowledge of all their villages of intervention and should have close contacts with community leaders, volunteers, and activists.