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Livelihood and Economic Development Specialist and Emergence Food Security Project Manager , International non-profit
Bangui, Central African Republic

Resourceful, self-motivated, results driven person with very good understanding of development and humanitarian programming and project management skills gained through studies in development studies and Leadership Development. I am bilingual( French and English) livelihood expert in WV CAR seeking challenging opportunity. Can relocate immediately
Send email Contact Jean de Bonheur MUNYANDAMUTSA
Area of Expertise:
  • Agriculture, Livelihoods, Microfinance, Rural
Professional Experience:

October 2020 to present: Livelihood and Economic Development Specialist and Emergence Food Security Project Manager funded by USAID/Bureau for Humanitarian Assistance in World Vision Central Africa Republic

2018-2020 Resilience and Livelihood Technical Program Manager

20015- 2018, Cluster Manager

• The Cluster Manager provides leadership, support and management to the ADPs within the cluster by ensuring that all project plans are developed and implemented timely, that they strictly adhere to the required standards and achieve set targets on child well-being.

2014-2015 Zonal Manager

• Zonal Manager overseeing different aspects of several Area Development Programs, Grants and special projects in the zone, the primary role is to provide managerial support. The role is expected operationalize the four track ministry strategic priorities into an integrated programming within the Zone and foster stakeholder engagement to contribute to child well-being outcomes in line with the WVR Strategic priorities. The position provides interface between the National Office, the ADPs and Grants Projects within the regional coverage

2010-2013 Area Development Program Manager

• Manage and facilitate the implementation of a given Area Development Program (ADP), and ensure that program operations are effective and sustainable in line with World Vision Rwanda

Major responsibilities:

Program design and development

2. Develop program annual operating plans with corresponding budgets.
3. Prepare annual funding forecasts
4. Design, implement, monitor and evaluate program interventions within the defined community.
5. Initiate, design and develop publications/ brochures for networking and advocacy concept for awareness on the accomplishments; and keep constant liaison with Government ministries and other key stakeholders in collaborations with communication’s department.
Compliance and standards
1. Implement internal controls, ensuring compliance with pre-determined World Vision requirements, controls and procedures
2. Initiate program/ projects assessments; develop program/ project concept papers, monitoring projects, tracking Program/ project indicators, in collaboration with the DME officers and project staff.

2.2. Regional Coordinator for World Vision Rwanda’s Development Assistance Program (DAP) from August 2006 to November 2009.

2.3. Field Coordinator for World Vision Rwanda’s Development Assistance Program funded by USAID (from October 2001 to July 2006).

I was 100% responsible for developing and monitoring systems for the day-to-day implementation of agriculture activities at province level. Evaluate the effects of these activities on the attainment of the goal of increasing household agricultural production and productivity and improving the health and nutrition status of women, children and other vulnerable members of the community.

2.4. Agronomist for World Vision Rwanda in Department for International Development (DFID) project fro

2017-2019 Professional Masters in Leadership Development from Global University for Lifelong Learning- California, USA

2012-2014 Kigali Independent University (KIU) Master’s degree holder in Development studies( MDS)

2004-2008 Institut Superieur de Ruhengeri
Bachelor’s Degree in Public Administration and Good Governance

1994-1996 EAV Ntendezi Diploma in Agriculture
1989-1993 EAV Kabutare Diplôme technique ( Agriculture generale ) A3

1980-1988 Ecole primaire de Gitwe Primary leaving Certificate

Affiliations and Achievements:
• Rushaki ADP baseline for the third phase (March 2013)
• Rushaki second phase final evaluation (September 2011)
• Midterm and Final evaluation of Development Assistance Program( 2004 and 2009)
• Survey on Pesticide Evaluation Report and Safer use action plan for Rwanda Crop protection and Commodity Protection (PERSUAP) July 2002.
• Survey on Assessment of the Impact of the activities of the DAP on Food
• Security in Gikongoro and Ruhengeri May 2002
• CHH (Chirdren Headed Households) in January 2002.
• Baseline survey 2001 in Gikongoro, Byumba, Butare, Ruhengeri with DAP/WVR

Available for:
  • Job opportunities

    Years of Experience:
    More than 20 years
    Highest Qualification:
    English, French
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