Peabody essex museum campaign

06-Jun-2018 05:05

Her support includes creating performance monitoring and evaluation plans (PMEPs), logical and results frameworks, trainings, and research design and analysis for baseline studies and midterm and endline evaluations. Serpe also leads revisions of Pact’s Monitoring, Evaluation, Reporting and Learning (MERL) Modules and other handbooks on governance measurement tools.

She has an MA in International Politics from American University in Washington, DC.

He holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Olivet Nazarene University and an MBA from Averett University. Gloria Sangiwa has more than 20 years of experience as a leader, technical expert and manager in global chronic diseases, HIV and AIDS, international public health programs, development, training and research, with a focus in Africa, Asia, Latin America and the Caribbean.

Before joining Pact she served as a director and global technical lead for chronic diseases at Management Sciences for Health.

He was a pioneer in introducing microfinance into Myanmar.

He began with Pact in Bangladesh in 1995 and joined Pact in Myanmar three years later.

Before joining Pact, Natasha led a pioneering global chronic disease program. Proficient in French, her international work has focused on HIV/AIDS and reproductive health in Africa, the Caribbean and other parts of the developing world. He has more than 15 years of policy development and program implementation experience in the humanitarian and international development sector, working across the globe from Afghanistan to Zimbabwe.

In previous positions she helped to lead the design of FHI 360 after its acquisition of AED, advanced country-centered program delivery, and served as the U. Dan has worked for major donors, including DFID; non-profits, including Save the Children and Care; and the private sector, including Adam Smith International. Fahmid Bhuiya is president and chief operating officer of Pact Global Microfinance Fund.

Natasha Sakolsky has spent 25 years in public health and development, providing corporate-level leadership in strategic planning, organizational design and performance, and operations and change management.

Yves Bawa is the Burundi-based Pact Country Director for Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), Rwanda and Burundi and the Pact Regional Program Director for the implementation of the ITRI Tin Supply Chain Initiative (i TSCi) program, the only due diligence and mineral traceability system in the region for conflict-free mining.

Not only does Bawa plays a leading role in the implementation of the i TSCi program in Africa’s Great Lakes region and related projects to strengthen governance, security, social development and conflict reduction in the mining sector, but he has over ten years of experience as a project manager in DRC.

His expertise includes artisanal mining, governance, livelihoods, social and physical infrastructure, peace-building, food security, potable water and forestry issues.

Mark Viso is building on Pact's past to shape a future for the organization centered on locally designed solutions, partnerships and measurable impact.

Natasha Sakolsky has spent 25 years in public health and development, providing corporate-level leadership in strategic planning, organizational design and performance, and operations and change management.Yves Bawa is the Burundi-based Pact Country Director for Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), Rwanda and Burundi and the Pact Regional Program Director for the implementation of the ITRI Tin Supply Chain Initiative (i TSCi) program, the only due diligence and mineral traceability system in the region for conflict-free mining.Not only does Bawa plays a leading role in the implementation of the i TSCi program in Africa’s Great Lakes region and related projects to strengthen governance, security, social development and conflict reduction in the mining sector, but he has over ten years of experience as a project manager in DRC.His expertise includes artisanal mining, governance, livelihoods, social and physical infrastructure, peace-building, food security, potable water and forestry issues.Mark Viso is building on Pact's past to shape a future for the organization centered on locally designed solutions, partnerships and measurable impact.Lauren Serpe is a research specialist in the democracy and governance field with expertise in quantitative and qualitative methods.