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Abdirahman Muhudin Translation Agency

Translation Agency

Abdirahman Muhudin

Professional profile

Trained in Public Administration
• Good experience in working public, private, NGO sector levels by providing public service and project implementations.
• Proficient in building and Trainings to the Community
• Excellent analytical, reasoning, budgetary and writing capacities.
• Relevant working experience with all basic IT
• Good proposal writing packages
• Good communication, interpersonal and presentation skills
• Excellent leadership, management and motivational skills
Education background
[DEGREE] | [DATE EARNED] | [SCHOOL]
Degree in Public Administration– Jan 2007 - Nov 2010 at Horseed International University
Certificate of Secondary Education - Feb 2004 - Dec 2006 at Iqra Secondary School
Certificate of Primary Education-Jan 2001 - Nov 2003 at Al-Bushara Primary School
Skills & Abilities
 Computer Applications – Proficient in the use of Microsoft Office Products (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, access etc.), Internet and E-mail.
 Planning/ Organization- A highly organized individual & confident in handling challenging priorities as well as all assigned tasks in a methodical and timely manner.
 Communication Skills – Communicates very well both verbally and in writing. Possesses excellent presentation skills. Fluent in English.
 Interpersonal – Relates very well with people from different cultures and backgrounds.
 Freelance translator- Language pair is English – Somali and vice versa
And worked with different organizations like
a. Danish Demining Group DDG

Translated projects:
• General documents
• Insurance
• Announcement
b. RDS translation
• Legal documents
• Court orders
• Interviews
c. YYZ translation
• Business documents
• Surveys
d. Proz
Other package and computer skills

• Quick books
• WordPerfect, Microsoft Word.
• Strong skills in Advanced Microsoft Excel.
• Literate of Microsoft office as a whole including power point and outlook.

Language skills: indicate competence on a scale of 1 to 5 (1 – excellent; 5 – basic)

LANGUAGE SPEAKING READING WRITING
SOMALI 1 1 1
ENGLISH 1 1 1
ARABIC 5 3 2

Professional Work Experience

CDRS PROJECT OFFICER IN WARSHEIK DISTRICT AT DRC/DDG-MAY 2015 TO JANUARY 2017
• Liaise with District authorities and Government Ministries in the Community Development (CD) areas. Supervise CDRS facilitators to ensure preparation of sound community Development plans through optimal community participation.
• Train CDRS facilitators in community Mobilization project planning, implementation monitoring and Evaluation and financial management. Other relevant duties as directed by the area manager and/or program manager.
• In the absence of Team Leader, oversee field budgets and ensure they are strictly adhered to all supporting documentation for expenses are properly completed.
• Supervise the CDRS facilitators to insure optimal development impact through participation.
• Assist the CDRS facilitators to identify formulate and implement community Development plans (CDP).
• Train DRC-DDG CDRS facilitators in community mobilization, project planning, implementation, monitoring and evaluation.
• Asses the need for developing and /or utilizing other community development methods/tools that might benefit program.
• In conjunction with the Team Leader, asses the need of, propose and arrange trainings (including on the job training) for the CDRS facilitators.
• Co-ordinate CDRS activities with in other agencies in order to guarantee on overlapping between initiatives.
• Overall responsibilities for coordination with district authorities in the CDRS areas.
• Support preparation of monthly, quarterly, annual reports as per agreed format.
• Asses and evaluate project proposal related CDRS work.
• Be focal point for the beneficiary complaints mechanism and ensure that complaints are dealt with through the appropriate channels.
• Other relevant duties as directed by the Team Leader.

CDRS PROJECT Facilitator IN WARSHEIK DISTRICT AT DRC/DDG- JUNE 2014-MARCH 2015
• Liaise with the local leaders and district authorities on concerns related to security and safety in all covered communities/villages in the district;
• Link closely with the Logistics and Security Officer in this area of concern.
• Ensure that all Project activities related to community safety and recovery are facilitated and implemented in all covered communities/villages in the district.
• Facilitate the formation of mechanisms or structures at the community level that will serve as vehicles for active participation and involvement of all segments or sectors in the community/village.
• Facilitate the development of community plan following the approved CDRS manual, detailing development visions for recovery and community safety.
• Assist the communities in implementing and monitoring their development plan, especially in soliciting support from the wider community, and from local authorities and other development agencies/organizations operating in the district or region.
• Ensure the integration of all community plans into the development priorities of the district or regional government/ministries; Mobilize wider support from other development partners in the district (i.e., both local and international NGOs, UN agencies, among others).
• Ensure that all identified sub-projects are compliant to the social and environmental safeguards of the Project, and do not cause displacement or inconvenience to the families and residents in the community.
• Support the CDRS Field Team in ensuring effective and efficient implementation of all grant modalities at the community level-
• Ensure good relation between community residents, local authorities, NGOs, including other service providers (i.e., suppliers, contractors, etc.) and DRC/DDG.
• Take good care of all assigned equipment and properties of the Project, and DRC/DDG in general.
• Follow all DRC/DDG procedures for security, finance, logistics, HR, administration. Conducting data collection during the surveys of market demands
• Training beneficiaries on business development

M&E ASSISTANT AT INTERSOS- APRIL 2013-MAY 2014

• Take the lead in participatory monitoring and evaluation activities and if necessary train staff and communities on M&E methods.
• In accordance with the INTERSOS M&E Country team conduct or supervise hired enumerators in: Assessments, Baseline Studies, KIIs, FGDs and Evaluations for all project activities
• Quality assure and identify training support needed by communities to strengthen participatory M&E and follows up to ensure the support is provided;
• Support field staff to improve monitoring at field level and make frequent visits to various locations in Mogadishu
• Collaborate with the Management Information System (MIS) team of INTERSOS to compile all necessary data, for example weekly/monthly output data, sub-project tracking sheets and other relevant data from the field.
• Undertake routine quality assurance of the work of facilitators during Community Driven Self-Assessment (CDRSA) data collection and supervises data quality of submitted Output Monitoring (OM) forms to ensure accuracy and completeness;
• Present information and reports to the M&E INTERSOS Country Team;
• Use monitoring reports and community visit reports to identify gaps and bottlenecks in project implementation relative to Operations Manual, work plans and log frame.
• Develop new methodologies, initiatives and tools in relation to M&E activities e.g. PNAs, baselines etc
• Carry out qualitative assessments of ongoing process to ensure the inclusiveness of the process and that subsequent sub-projects selected for implementation reflect the involvement/contribution and needs of all segments of the community (youth, elderly, women and vulnerable);
• Undertake field trips to observe and document progress and quality of implementation and lessons learnt on ongoing sub-projects;
• In collaboration with the field engineer, conduct field visits to confirm that implementation especially at community level, comply with the Operations Manual;
• In collaboration with the MIS Country Officer and national HAP Focal Points, ensure that communities understand how to use the INTERSOS complaint mechanism to submit any complaints they may have about project implementation;
• In collaboration with the Field engineer conduct pre-tender and post-tender meetings with a sample of prospective sub-contractors to discuss quality and expected competence for sub-projects.
• Help to translate community documents from Somali to English;
• Perform other work-related duties as directed by immediate supervisor and/or INTERSOS country team.
• Ensure that all aspects of the M&E operations are carried out in accordance with Intersos Code of Conduct and the DDG Community Safety Operational Guidelines. Report any discrepancies in M&E operations or suggestions for amendment to the Program Manager and M&E Advisor.

FSL PROJECT OFFICER AT CESVI, MOGADISHU, SOMALIA- JAN 2012-MARCH 2013

• Responsible for FSL day to day activity implementation
• Work closely with FSL Project Assistants, and the communities in the planning and coordination of FSL projects
• Provide regular report and updates to the Project Coordinator regarding on project activities
• Ensure correct beneficiary selection procedure and criteria are followed by the FSl Assistants, community mobilisers and committees
• Ensure any feedback from beneficiaries or target communities shared by FSL Project Assistants and the community members are responded to appropriately or raised with FSL Coordinator, Advisor or Manager as needed
• Support FSL Assistants in the planning of their day to day activities
• Coordinate with FSL Coordinator and field finance team, field logistics in the planning of cash distribution activities.
• Ensure that beneficiaries are adequately communicated about project activities and plans, including distribution date and conditions required for verification
• Training of FSL Assistants and data collectors on PDM tools and price monitoring tools and regularly check the quality of information collected.
• Provide regular progress report to the FSL coordinator as per the requirement
• Prepare monthly quarterly and annual activity plans, action plans for monitoring, review and quarterly and annual project reports and plans.
• Organize meetings to sensitize communities about the purpose and modalities of the food security and livelihoods project.
• Document relevant distribution data
• Participate and lead selection of beneficiaries for the different program activities.

MONITORING AND EVALUATION ASSISTANT AT ACF INTERNATIONAL- FEB 2010-DEC 2011

• Empower the communities and field staff by taking the lead in participatory monitoring and evaluation activities;
• Identify training support needed by communities to strengthen participatory M&E and follow up to ensure the support is provided;
• Support field staff to improve monitoring at field level and make frequent visits to various locations in Banadir region to track results (outputs, outcomes and impact).
• Compare project progress with the combined work plans, procurement and spending plans and communicate the results to the M&E specialist.
• Lead in undertaking Community Self-Assessment (CSA) data collection on a regular basis with support from field teams and compile reports documenting lessons learnt;
• Participate in the processes of review and/or development of M&E systems and tools and contribute in developing M&E strategy.
• Undertake field trips to observe and document progress and quality of implementation and lessons learnt on ongoing sub-projects;
• Work with field staff in Banadir region to collect Most Significant Change stories and to collect photos depicting progress of ongoing sub-projects and completed sub-projects;
• Actively seeks to understand problems and unexpected positive/negative impacts, discussing these with the M&E Specialist;
• In collaboration with the M&E Specialist, perform assessments of ongoing project implementation to determine impact on community empowerment and of completed subprojects to determine sustainability;
• Support consultant evaluation teams when they carry our baseline, midterm or end-line surveys and other feasibility studies


TRAININGS ATTENDED

 2016 Conflict management education CME held by DRC/DDG.
 2016 Community procurement training held by DRC/DDG.
 2015 Community planning process held by DRC/DDG.
 2015 Conflict management education CME held by DRC/DDG.
 2015 Small army risk education SARE held by DRC/DDG.
 2015 Mine risk education MRE held by DRC/DDG.
 2015 Civic education CE held by DRC/DDG.
 2015 Community driven recovery and safety CDRS project training held by DRC/DDG.
 2013 Participated seminar on Polarization implemented by IOM
 2013 Participated seminar on Population Estimation Survey for Somalia (PESS) Implemented by UNFPA Held in Mogadishu.
 2012 participated seminar on computer science implemented by NRC
 2011 Jan Worked at National Disaster Program as Enumerator


Career aspiration

• Acting in my personal capacity to contribute humankind progress.
Professional membership

• NGO Sector, Just, Horseed, Hirshabele Estate and other premium forums for discussion of pressing geopolitical issues of our time
Personal interests
• Charitable service.
Sports
• Football.
Others
• Reading politics & philosophy
• Listening to Music


References

 Ishak Hashi Ahmed
 M&E Manager
 Premise Company
 Email: cadawe14@gmail.com
 Tel: +252616591711

 Mohamed Osman
 Area communication Coordinator
 Save the Children
 Email: Mohamedosman@hotmail.co.uk
 Tel: +252618810713

 Hassan Gullet Ibrahim
 Area Manager
 Care international
 Email:gullaid172@hotmail.com
 Tel: +252612342777/+252616342777






English to Somali


27 Apr 2019


27 Apr 2019

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