C/O, Dr. Delowar Hossain Mollah
23/30, Model College Road, Shahibeg,
Post Office Sobhanbeg (Savar)
Contact Number: 01716540181, 7713953
Father’s Name: Dr. Delowar Hossain Mollah
Sex : Male
Marital Status: Single
Date of Birth : 01/12/1977
Nationality : Bangladeshi
Education and Qualification:
Sheffield Hallam University, Sheffield, UK
Master of Arts (MA) in Policy and Social Studies
Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh, India
Bachelor of Arts [BA (Hon’s.)] in Sociology
Govt. Dhamrai College, under Dhaka Board
Savar Cantonment Public School. , Under Dhaka Board.
First Computer, Aligarh, India
Certificate in Office Computing in Administration (Short Course)
(Ms-Word, Ms-Excel, Power point etc.)
Village Education Resource Center (VERC) September 2005- to present
B-30, Ekhlas Uddin Khan Road
Position: Project Manager (Renewable Energy Program)
1. To supervise the project activities under implementation in VERC project areas on IAP and ICS activities, 2. To guide and supervise the field staff in connection with project activities, record keeping, report preparation for submission to head office and solution of field problems etc, 3. To make spot checks in regard to the progress of the project activities and to ensure necessary follow-up visit in this regard, 4. To undertake advocacy, networking and coordination activities with the network partners, other stakeholders at upazila/district/national level GO/NGO/CBO/Local Government bodies, 5. Initiate and conduct Action Research on the existing Household Energy being used by the community to develop the efficiency and also the health issue of the users, 6. Research to be conducted to commercialize the cookstove made by local potters, 7. Organize national workshop/Seminar with the GO/NGO involved in ICS project to share experience, 8. To publish quarterly news letter on ICS activities, 9. To monitor the innovative activities of the partner NGOs on ICS/IAP, 10. To arrange exchange visit for network members to different ICS/IAP implementing fields, 11. Develop communication and communication materials on ICS/IAP activities, 12. Arrange training for the staff member of network organizations involved in ICS project on appropriate technology use and improvement, 13. prepare monthly/quarterly/annual activities reports of the projects, 14. prepare future project proposals for submission to relevant donors agencies for funding and technical support 15. Perform any other duty as required by the section or of any section(s) of VERC for the sake of the organization.
1. Performed as Project Manger in IAP/ICS projects, VERC. 2. Successfully manage the program on National Improved Cookstove Network in Bangladesh involving 93 Partner Organizations, 3. Successfully coordinated as well as supervise the field activities, 4. Liaison and coordinate with donors GO, partner NGOs and other stakeholders, 5. Regularly publish the quarter news letter on IAP/ICS, 6. Played as lead role to develop future pilot project for World Bank and Government of Bangladesh, 7. Actively participated in developing the two manuals i.e. a. participatory manual and b. technology manual, 8. prepare program report and research report as per the donor requirement, 9. Developed 20 proposals on different issues ( Household energy, Health, Water and Sanitation, Disaster Management and Local Government) and submitted those to donor agencies on time, among them 10 have been accepted by the donor agencies. 10. prepare VERC Annual Report-2006 & 2007. 11. Help to develop VERC website. 12. Helped to develop VERC Training Boucher along with some training module. 13. Ensured compilation, review, analysis and documentation of Sectional monthly, quarterly, yearly report and publication 14. Participated and share related training and workshop/seminars of other NGOs.
Confidential Approach to AIDS Prevention (CAAP) Febraury2004- March 2005
House # 63/D (1st Floor), Banani
Position: CoordinatorResponsibilities: 1. Supervise and monitor the organizational Core programs and 2 projects activities by site visit. The Core programs (Centre for HIV/AIDS information, testing, counseling, care and support)-support by SRC/DASCOH, Care and Support for HIV infected and affected peoples project-supported by ActionAid, Bangladesh, Fight AIDS through Empowerment (FATE) project. 2. Develop work plan and schedule, 3. Monitor performance of staff for the implementation of the activities and feedback is ensured. 4. Ensured compilation, review, analysis and documentation of monthly, quarterly, yearly report and publication 5. Participated and share related training and workshop/seminars of other NGOs. 6. Maintain donor relations, networking with NGOs and maintain coordination with government.
Supervising implementation of 3 core programs and 2 collaborative projects, which involve about 32 regular staff. Main activities of the core programs are: information (collection, documentation and provision), testing and counseling, and care and support for people living HIV/AIDS and their family and friends. Three Facilitators hand books have developed for students, garment factory workers and slum peer educators.
MICHIGAN INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT - BANGLADESH.
Flat # D8, Plot # NE (1) 1 Road # 84,
[Pilot Project for Providing Health Care to Garment Factory to Garment Factory workers]
Position: Program Officer
August 2002 to January 2004.
1. Responsible for monitoring of the project and report to the Country Director, Country Deputy Director and to coordinate with the implementing agency. 2. Led visits the project sites on a regular basis and checkout the patient tracking cards and also checks out how the Doctors are giving service to the workers. 3. Ensured that project implementation be according to budget and schedule and also ensures the quality of the health service delivery and satisfaction of the service Recipients. 3. Arranged regular meeting with Donors, NGOs, BGMEA and other similar organizations 4. Data analysis, Analytical reports writing and presentation. 5. Served as cultural liaison for American undergraduate and graduate students of the University of Michigan students during a consulting project with a formal evaluation rating of Excellent.
1. Performed as a Program Officer in Health care Project to garment factory workers. 2. Helped to develop the model of HMO (Health Management Organization) 3. Managed communications with government, media and potential partners. Successfully completed 35 interviews with NGO’s top management.4. Ensured that project implementation be according to budget and schedule. Projects phase completed within budget with no delays.5. Developed quality assurance system to monitor project performance. 3 major deviations corrected resulting in 100,000 taka savings. 6. Served as cultural liaison for American undergraduate and graduate students during a consulting project with a formal evaluation rating of Excellent.7. Managed client relationship during project implementation to ensure satisfaction
INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT ENTERPRISES- BANGLADESH.
House 15, Road 7, Dhanmondi
Dhaka- 1205, Bangladesh.
[Local Capacity Building of Rainwater harvesting system of Safe Drinking Water in Rural Households in Homna and Bancharampur Upazillas.-UNICEF/DPHE/IDE Partnership Project]
Position: Area Coordinator
October 2001 to August 2002
1. Responsible for the Area Office 2. Maintained liaison arranged meeting and established a network among local authorities, NGOs, local elites, UP Chairman and Members 3. Supervised the field activities 4. Arranged NGO Training, Network partner Training and workshop 5. Report writing and Presentation 6. Reported to the Dhaka IDE office and UNICEF regularly for every activity.
1. Performed as Area Coordinator position in UNICEF- RWHS (Rainwater Harvesting System) Project. 2. Established network with local authorities and elites to promote awareness of arsenic poisoning in water. 3. Established network with local dealers and locals masons and developed supply chain with them. 4. Built the Capacity building of Local Dealers and local Masons. 5. Established a Model Village in Homna upazilla where 100% households got 100% RWHS (Rainwater harvesting System) 6.Led a team of 9 during project execution. All milestones met before schedule.7. Reported activities to management. Received evaluation of excellent.8. Presented project progress to UNICEF top management.9. Trained NGO staff on Rainwater Harvesting System. 100 % Approval rate 9. Conducted two Workshops on Rainwater Harvesting System, 99% Approval rate.
BURNT TREE CROFT Branch
Sheffield, U.K,Social Worker
The main responsibilities were to observing and writing a daily report for the status of residences, keeping company and taking part for their entertainment.
Bangla: Mother Tongue English: Fluent Hindi/Urdu: Basic Knowledge