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CURRICULUM VITAE - Ernest DUKUZUMUREMYI
ernestinho21@gmail.com/ ernediko21@yahoo.fr/ernestd@neveragainrwanda.org
+250 788822982 / 736282211
1. SUMMARY OF COMPETENCIES
• Over Eight (8) years of organizational development including strategic planning, program work
plans and implementation, partner relations and communication, capacity building and networks
and coalitions building.
• Over eight (8) years’ experience in strategic planning and programs/ projects evaluation
• Over eight 8) years’ managerial experience including people management, program fund raising,
program design, coordination, implementation, monitoring and evaluation, reporting, donor and
partner relations management, budget management and development of tools and materials for
projects’ planning, monitoring and evaluation.
• Over eight (8) years’ experience in training & capacity building, community mobilization in area of
human rights, with a particular focus on gender, child rights, public health, access to justice and
peacebuilding.
• Over six (6) years’ experience in research for policy influencing through policy analysis, evaluation
of policy implementation.
• Over seven (6) years in Gender related research and gender mainstreaming (policy formulation,
monitoring, evaluation and advocacy, institutional support/ advisory in gender mainstreaming), and
Gender Responsive Budgeting
• Experience in peace building and peace education in conflict and post conflict settings at both
national and regional/ international levels
• Practical experience in advocacy, lobby and public mobilization using media and other new
technologies, this include: directing and production of film documentaries, using social media and
lead media campaigns through radio shows, drama plays, cultural events, media breakfast…
• Practical experience of popular mobilization around rights, legal and policy frameworks, Behaviour
Change Communication, This is includes developing high quality Information, Education and
Communication materials, training manuals, and handbooks.
• Strong written and verbal English & French communication skills: Ranging from position papers,
advocacy messages, public mobilisation messages, Behaviour change communication, project
proposals, narrative & financial reports, and donor liaison and organization representation at
international, as well as regional and national levels.
2. EDUCATION
2.1. FORMAL EDUCATION
Level Specialisation Institution Year of
graduation
Masters of Public
Health (MPH)- Ongoing
Epidemiology Mount Kenya University Feb 2017 (probable
graduation date)
Bachelor’s Degree Clinical Psychology University of Rwanda 2007
2.2. PROFESSIONAL TRAININGS/ SHORT COURSES WITH CERTIFICATES
Online Course Research Writing INASP AuthorAID April-May 2016
Certificate Training on Advocacy in the
framework of the Regional Peace-
Building Program
International Peacebuilding
Alliance (Interpeace) & 6PM
Nov 2015
Certificate Multi-lifespan Information System
Design Research Methods
Professor Batya Friedman,
University of Washington,
Information School
Aug 2015
Certificate
(No.19013720
Protecting Human Research
Participants
National Institutes of Health
(NIH), Office of Extramural
Research
28/10/2015
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Certificate Human Rights Based Approach in
Development Programming
Danish Institute for Human
Rights, Copenhagen, Denmark
2009
Certificate International Human Rights
Systems and procedures
Equitas, International Human
Rights Training Program,
Montreal, Canada
2014
Certificate Programme Management,
Documentation, Monitoring and
Evaluation
Legal Aid Forum, Kigali,
Rwanda &
Legal Resource Foundation,
Nairobi Kenya
2008
2009
Certificate Leadership and change management Rwanda Institute of
Administration and
Management, Kigali, Rwanda
2011
Certificate Public Policy Analysis and
Advocacy
Think Africa, Nairobi, Kenya 2013
Certificate Budgeting and Financial
Management and Reporting
MDF – Central Africa, Kigali,
Rwanda
2013
Certificate Advocacy, lobby and networking in
a multi-stakeholders environment
Legal Aid Forum, Kigali Rwanda 2011
Certificate Monitoring, documentation and
reporting of human rights situation
Amnesty International,
(International Service for Human
Rights (ISHR) & LDGL
2009
Certificate Regional and International
Mechanisms of the promotion and
protection of human rights
Service International de Droits
de l’Homme – SIDH in
partnership with LDGL
2009
certificate The use of the Istanbul Protocol in
forensic documentation of torture
and violence
Int’l Rehabilitation Council
for Torture Victims (IRCT) in
partnership with ARAMA &
Uyisenga n’Imanzi
2014
CAPACITY BUILDING – NO CERTIFICATE TRAINING
Professional training Transforming Participatory Action
Research into Scholarship (Scientific
Article Writing)
Professor Terese Siebert, Keene
State College, USA
January 2016
Professional training Research methods Professor Terese Siebert, Keene
State College, USA
July 2016
In house training Participatory Action Research and
groups facilitation (FGD)
International Peace Alliance
(Interpeace), Kigali - Rwanda
2015
In house training Strategic planning Legal Aid Forum, Kigali Rwanda 2010
In house training Project Drafting, management and
reporting
Save the Children Sweden 2010
Seminar One UN Programmes in Rwanda
with the focus on designing,
Managing and reporting of the One
UN funded projects
Organized by the One UN with
the lead by UNICEF for its
Implementing Partners in
Rwanda
2009
Workshop Advocacy and Behaviour Change
Communication for the protection
of child rights and against Gender-
Based Violence
organized by UNICEF for its
Implementing Partners on GBV
& Child Protection in Rwanda
2009
Seminar Organisational capacity assessment
and Gender Mainstreaming in
organizational programmes and
structures
organized by World Vision
Rwanda, Kigali
2009
In house training Projects management, monitoring
and evaluation
Legal Aid Forum, Kigali –
Rwanda
2008
Seminar Disaster Preparedness and
Management (with focus of the
protection of the children)
Save the Children Sweden,
Nairobi – Kenya
June 2010
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3. WORKING EXPERIENCE
3.1. STRATEGIC PLANNING AND PROGRAMS/ PROJECTS MANAGEMENT
AND EVALUATION
A. Consultancies/ Part-time employment
o Great Lakes Initiative for Human Rights and Development (GLIHD), elaboration of a 5
years Strategic Plan of GLIHD (2017-2021), Kigali, September-December 2016
o CARE International Rwanda, Proposals Development to support CARE in multiple
proposals development for diverse donors, CARE Head Office, Kigali, December 2016
o Rwanda National Commission for Human Rights (NCHR), (Consultant under RECOM
Company as Leading Consultant), elaboration of the Commission’s policy and strategy
for fundraising and staff capacity building, Kigali, April-May 2016
o World Vision Rwanda (under COMMON CONSULTING as a Lead Consultant): Impact
evaluation of “Rwanda refugee Response Project” and Baseline on SGBV in refugee
settings (Kigeme, Kiziba & Gihembe), 17 February – 15 March 2014.
o Rwanda Cooperative Agency (Consultant under RECOM Company as Data Analyst):
Assessment of Cooperatives Performance in Rwanda, August – October 2013
o UN Women (Regional Office, Kigali) & UN Trust Fund (New York): 01-20 March 2013:
Appraisal (Review and shortlist) of the online applications/concept notes to be funded
under the UN Trust Fund 2012, as a Lead Consultant.
o UN Women (Regional Office, Kigali), 12 November – 06 December 2012: Midterm
Evaluation of the Women in Cross Border Trade (WICBT) Programme in Africa:
Rwanda, Burundi & DRC programme, as a National Consultant.
o UN Women (Regional Office, Kigali) & UN Trust Fund (New York): Appraisal (assessment
and evaluation) of the online applications/concept notes to be funded under the UN Trust
Fund 2011, using the UN Trust Fund’s online application management system: At the first
level, shortlist 10 applications among 151 applications from the Central Africa Office; and at
the second level, appraisal of a total of twenty four concept notes from sub-regions in Africa as
well as the subset of Cross-Regional, UNCT and previous grantee applications that have been
screened through the initial review at HQ, Kigali, 17 February – 13 April 2012.
o PROFEMMES/TH, Kigali (under Me Assiel & Associates Consulting Company, as a Lead
Consultant): Elaboration of an organisational development report on the achievements
and impact of Profemmes/Twese Hamwe for its 20 years of existence and propose
future perspectives, November-December 2012.
B. Full-Time Employment Experience
Role: May 2010- December 2014- Senior Monitoring & Evaluation Officer, the Legal Aid Forum
(Kigali, Rwanda)
 Area of Specialization:
Oversee of effective monitoring and evaluation of all the programmes of the Legal Aid Forum and
Overall management of the Legal Aid Civil Society Fund of the Forum (LACSF) that support legal aid
projects implemented by different local NGOs.
 Personal Achievements:
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• Set up of the M&E system of the Legal Aid Forum and its 38 member organisations and ensured it’s
effective implementation;
• Successfully managed supervision, monitoring and evaluation of 34 legal aid projects funded under
LACSF and implemented by over 12 Civil Society Organisations members of the Legal Aid Forum,
from the review of guidelines of calls for proposals, evaluation of the submitted proposals in
reference to related strategic objectives;
• Successfully lead the Capacity development of the staff of organisations members of LAF and
implementing partners on issues related to legal aid projects management, reporting and M&E;
• Successfully lead Monitoring and evaluation of different projects funded through the Legal Aid
Forum’s Civil Society Grant and being implemented by organisations members of the Legal Aid
Forum and documented key trends identified to inform researches, advocacy and policy influence
actions;
• Significantly contributed to different researches conducted by the Legal Aid Forum for advocacy to
inform pro poor policy, especially in the field of human rights and access to justice for vulnerable
groups, including children, women, indigenous people (known in Rwanda as Historically
Marginalised People), detainees, juvenile, and other different categories of poor and vulnerable
groups, among them:
 Report on the Assessment of Challenges and Capacity needs of the Criminal Justice
Agencies in Managing Gender Based Violence Cases in Rwanda. (January 2013): The
present report highlights the main findings of the qualitative assessment carried out concerning the capacity of the
judicial sector’ personnel to handle GBV cases at the police, prosecution, intermediate court and high court levels.
 Improving the Performance of the Criminal Justice System through Improved Pretrial
Justice. [February 2013]: The report presents a set of recommendations that will help the Justice Sector in
Rwanda to ensure that the problems which are identified can be addressed. Addressing these problems will assist
the Government meet its own development targets, reduce the cost associated with the need for an expanding prison
population, and prevent the abuse of citizens’ rights through unlawful or excessive detention in prison.
 Enforcement of Court Judgments and its Impact on Access to Justice in Rwanda. [May
2012]: The research focused on the enforcement of civil judgments, excluding commercial and criminal judgments.
 Broadening Access to Justice in Rwanda: analyzing the opportunity for Public Interest
Litigation (2011): The study aimed to analyze the opportunity for public interest litigation in Rwanda
and to suggest a strategy for the Legal Aid Forum (LAF) to take this phenomenon forward in order to benefit
the indigent population and vulnerable groups in Rwanda.
• Successfully lead the setting up and coordination of the civil society coalition on the Universal
Periodic Review of human rights vis-à-vis the UPR Recommendations made in 2011 (including training
of coalition members and coordinating the elaboration of the report). It also provides potential grounds for legal
reforms, policy changes and other measures aimed at improving human rights situation in Rwanda.
• Successfully initiated pro poor advocacy and public mobilisation using film documentaries: I have
directed the production of film documentaries covering different issues affecting different vulnerable
groups in rural settings and in prisons.
• Successfully lead the elaboration and implementation of Gender & HIV Policy of the Legal Aid
Forum at the Secretariat level and among its (38) member organisations.
Role: October 2008 – May 2010 – PROJECTS MANAGER, FACT (Forum of Activists Against
Torture) RWANDA, Kigali.
 Area of Specialization:
I Led and participated in program/project design and implementation, Co-ordinated and managed
designated projects and programmes and staff, I also developed and coordinated the implementation of
different “monitoring, evaluation and reporting systems” in accordance with FACT and
Stakeholder/Donor requirements, I coordinated Liaison and collaboration with communities,
Government institutions, other agencies and organisations to better address the needs of torture and
violence advocacy and education.
 Personal Achievements:
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• I designed and successfully managed over 10 projects/ programs of FACT under the fund from
various donors (UN Agencies: UNICEF, UNDP, UNWOMEN AND UNHACR; USAID;
European Union; CORDAID; Foreign & Commonwealth Office through the British Council, Save
the Children, and many others;
• I Coordinated (as the Project Manager) the activities and services of the Centre for the Rehabilitation
of Victims of Torture and other human rights abuses (CRAVT Centre) that provided comprehensive
response services including: health care, psychosocial assistance (counselling) and social economic
support (income generating activities for social economic rehabilitation of victims assisted at
CRAVT);
• I successfully managed and coordinated 14 projects staff implementing FACT’s projects in different
locations in Rwanda, [Burundi and East DRC (Uvira & Kindu): under the regional torture victims’
rehabilitation project funded by the European Union]
• I Led a wide project involving different civil society organisations in Rwanda (NGOs & Media) for
the monitoring of the implementation of international treaties ratified by the Government of Rwanda
and other international obligations (declarations, UN resolutions...): I particularly led the shadow
reporting on, ICSCR (2009), ICERD (2009), ACHPR (2009) and UPR (2010).
• I participated in preparation of child summits in 2009 and 2010 as organizing committee member;
• I elaborated and managed a “child friendly soldier project” aimed at providing extensive trainings for
militaries preparing to go in peace-keeping missions (2009-2010), in collaboration with Save the
Children Sweden
• I initiated and managed “school bases human rights clubs” in over 108 secondary and primary
schools in Rwanda, with the purpose to increase awareness of child rights among students, parents
and teachers.
• I elaborated a project on “Earlier Child development Centres”, the project aimed at the protection of
children against violence in refugee settings in Rwanda, in collaboration with UNICEF & UNHCR;
the project that was later implemented by JRS (Jesuit Refugee Committee)
• I participated in preliminary meetings of the task force comprising UNICEF, MIGEPROF, Save the
Children UK and FACT Rwanda to develop guidelines on the elaboration of “the National Child
Policy” in 2010.
• I participated and contributed in different MIGEPROF and partners retreats (2009-2010) and
particularly contributed, as a member of technical task forces, to the elaboration of key strategies
such as: Strategies for coordination and functioning of community-based “Anti-GBV Committees”
and “Child Protection Committees”; Protection of Orphans and Vulnerable Children policy and
strategic plan; etc.
3.2. RESEARCH, GENDER, POLICY ANALYSIS AND ADVOCACY
A. Consultancies/ Part-time employment
o MIGEPROF (under RECOM Company as a Lead Consultant), Consultancy to elaborate the
strategy for gender mainstreaming at local government level, Kigali, July-August 2015
o Gender Monitoring Office (under RECOM Company as a Gender Analyst): Development of
Gender Profile in Governance and Security & safety, February – April 2014.
o RWAMREC & PARTNERS: To carry out a gender-based violence (GBV) base-line study in
14 districts, develop the Prevention and Response Indicators and District level M&E
Framework (As an M&E Specialist). Kigali, August 2012 - February 2013
o Gender Monitoring Office (GMO): Survey on “Perceptions towards Gender Equality in
Rwanda”, February – June 2013 (as Deputy Lead Consultant and Data Analyst).
o Gender Monitoring Office (GMO): Development of Gender Sensitive Indicators in four
sectors (Employment, Trade & Commerce, Social Protection and Water & Sanitation) and
the baseline (as a Deputy Lead Consultant & M&E Specialist), 17 Feb - 29 May 2012;
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o Gender Monitoring Office (GMO): Development of Gender-Based Violence Indicators and
Baseline in Rwanda” (Assigned as responsible of development of GBV indicators and M&E
Framework, supervision of data collection and responsible of data & policy analysis), as a Deputy
Lead Consultant;
o Gender Monitoring Office (GMO): Assessment of the status of implementation of gender
related international and regional instruments by the Government of Rwanda (as a Lead
Consultant), February – May 2011;
o Gender Monitoring Office (GMO): Impact assessment of GBV prevention and response
intervention in Rwanda (as a Lead Consultant), including: the development of Monitoring
Tools, GBV Response Roadmaps, Gender awareness and response indicators and development of
the database of interveners in GBV prevention and response in Rwanda, March – July 2010 (As a
Lead Consultant).
B. Full-Time Employment Experience
January 2015 up to date – Research Fellow, Great Lakes Peace Building Program (Rwanda, DRC &
Burundi), Never Again Rwanda (with International Peace Alliance – Regional Program
 Area of specialization:
1. Participatory Action Research on different thematics on peacebuilding and security in the Great
Lakes region
2. Organisation and facilitation of permanent cross-border dialogue spaces at three levels:
o Decision makers at regional levels (Provincial leaders);
o All partner boundaries: decision makers, Civil Society Organisations, Regional Organisations
and Community members, at central and local levels
o Permanent cross-border dialogue spaces between the bordering communities (DRC-Rwanda,
and Burundi-Rwanda)
3. Organisation and facilitation of peace education spaces at the community levels and in higher
learning/ universities in Rwanda, Burundi and Eastern DRC, through: permanent dialogue spaces,
participatory theatre for peace, Citizen’s Forums, etc.
 Key Personal Achievements:
• Participated in the restitution of the research findings on Prejudices, stereotypes and identity
manipulation in the Great Lakes Region (restitution at the community level and elaboration of policy briefs
for advocacy);
• Participated in the elaboration of the research on “Land, People Movement and Identity
Manipulation in the Great Lakes Region” (participation in the literature review and elaboration of the
research draft report)
• Organisation and facilitation of 4 permanent cross-border dialogue spaces (Goma/DRC-
Rubavu/Rwanda; Kirundo/Burundi-Bugesera/Rwanda; Rusizi/Rwanda-Bukavu/DRC and
Kamanyola/DRC-Bugarama/Rwanda-Cibitoke/Burundi)
• Creation, organisation and facilitation of 3 youth dialogue spaces for tolerance and non-violence
in conflicts resolution, targeting youth in universities and higher learning institutions in Rwanda
• Training of the spaces’ coordination committees members in dialogue facilitation skills
• Initiated and coordinated the setting up and training of the Participatory Theatre for Peace
Troupe and organisation of participatory theatre for peace performances across the Great Lakes
Region, during the events targeting decision makers, actors of civil society organisations and
community members at national and cross-border levels.
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• Writing articles and policy briefs on thematic points from the researches’ recommendations or
from the dialogue spaces.
3.3. CAPACITY BUILDING
• MIGEPROF, Training men and boys from districts of Kigali City and Eastern Province on
the prevention and response to GBV and Child abuse, including the development of the
“men-engage” training manual and hand-out. Kigali, December 2014-January 2015.
• CARE International in Rwanda: Capacity building for CARE Rwanda staff and GBV Cases
Managers: development GBV Cases Managers and advocates’ profiles, Recording &
Reporting tools for their use in managing and reporting cases of GBV under GLAI project
in Southern Province, April – June 2010;
• African Humanitarian Action (Regional Office, Kigali), from July 2009 to August 2011: Capacity
building sessions: including training of staff, stakeholders (local leaders, health practitioners, Police,
and community peer educators); Development of guidelines for the use of a Multi-agencies
Coordination in GBV prevention and Response and moderating Multi-sectoral stakeholders
meetings.
4. MEMBERSHIP AND AFFILIATIONS
• Member of the Permanent Civil Society Task Force for the Monitoring of the Implementation
of International Human Rights instruments;
• Member of the Global Youth Connect (GYC), a network of Rwanda and US Youth Human
Rights Activists;
• Member of the Rwandan Psychologists Association
• Member of Research Think Tank at Never Again Rwanda.
5. LANGUAGES
Language Writing Speaking Reading
English Very Good Very Good Very Good
French Very Good Very Good Very Good
Swahili Good Good Good
Kinyarwanda Mother tongue Mother tongue Mother tongue
REFERENCES
NAMES INSTITUTION POSITION CONTACT
Dr. Shyaka Mugabe
Aggée
Consultant & Lecturer at
the University of Rwanda
Consultant & Head of The
Department of Social Sciences
at Master Program
Tel: +250 788302766
mugabeshyaka@yahoo.fr
Mr. Willy Mutabazi Rehoboth MMW Company Managing Director Tel: +250 788300960
recommmwcompany@yahoo.fr
Caroline Chikoore B Sc,
MBA
Independent Consultant
(International Development)
International Consultant 5 Towers Street, Ajax, L1T
OJ5, Ontario, Canada
Tel : 1.905.239.3808
cchikoore@gmail.com
Ben Kabera UN Women, Central
Africa Regional Office, Kigali
Programme Coordinator, Safe
City/UN Women
Tel: +250 788659018,
benonkabera@unwomen.org
Andrews Kananga Legal Aid Forum Executive Director Tel: +250 788307174
legalaidrwanda@gmail.com
Mugiraneza Jean Paul Interpeace Regional Coordinator mugiraneza@interpeace.org
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Dr. Joseph Nkurunziza Never Again Rwanda Country Director joseph@neveragainrwanda.org
DUKUZUMUREMYI Ernest
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Ernest Dukuzumuremyi_Official_JAN 2017

  • 1. CURRICULUM VITAE - Ernest DUKUZUMUREMYI ernestinho21@gmail.com/ ernediko21@yahoo.fr/ernestd@neveragainrwanda.org +250 788822982 / 736282211 1. SUMMARY OF COMPETENCIES • Over Eight (8) years of organizational development including strategic planning, program work plans and implementation, partner relations and communication, capacity building and networks and coalitions building. • Over eight (8) years’ experience in strategic planning and programs/ projects evaluation • Over eight 8) years’ managerial experience including people management, program fund raising, program design, coordination, implementation, monitoring and evaluation, reporting, donor and partner relations management, budget management and development of tools and materials for projects’ planning, monitoring and evaluation. • Over eight (8) years’ experience in training & capacity building, community mobilization in area of human rights, with a particular focus on gender, child rights, public health, access to justice and peacebuilding. • Over six (6) years’ experience in research for policy influencing through policy analysis, evaluation of policy implementation. • Over seven (6) years in Gender related research and gender mainstreaming (policy formulation, monitoring, evaluation and advocacy, institutional support/ advisory in gender mainstreaming), and Gender Responsive Budgeting • Experience in peace building and peace education in conflict and post conflict settings at both national and regional/ international levels • Practical experience in advocacy, lobby and public mobilization using media and other new technologies, this include: directing and production of film documentaries, using social media and lead media campaigns through radio shows, drama plays, cultural events, media breakfast… • Practical experience of popular mobilization around rights, legal and policy frameworks, Behaviour Change Communication, This is includes developing high quality Information, Education and Communication materials, training manuals, and handbooks. • Strong written and verbal English & French communication skills: Ranging from position papers, advocacy messages, public mobilisation messages, Behaviour change communication, project proposals, narrative & financial reports, and donor liaison and organization representation at international, as well as regional and national levels. 2. EDUCATION 2.1. FORMAL EDUCATION Level Specialisation Institution Year of graduation Masters of Public Health (MPH)- Ongoing Epidemiology Mount Kenya University Feb 2017 (probable graduation date) Bachelor’s Degree Clinical Psychology University of Rwanda 2007 2.2. PROFESSIONAL TRAININGS/ SHORT COURSES WITH CERTIFICATES Online Course Research Writing INASP AuthorAID April-May 2016 Certificate Training on Advocacy in the framework of the Regional Peace- Building Program International Peacebuilding Alliance (Interpeace) & 6PM Nov 2015 Certificate Multi-lifespan Information System Design Research Methods Professor Batya Friedman, University of Washington, Information School Aug 2015 Certificate (No.19013720 Protecting Human Research Participants National Institutes of Health (NIH), Office of Extramural Research 28/10/2015 1
  • 2. Certificate Human Rights Based Approach in Development Programming Danish Institute for Human Rights, Copenhagen, Denmark 2009 Certificate International Human Rights Systems and procedures Equitas, International Human Rights Training Program, Montreal, Canada 2014 Certificate Programme Management, Documentation, Monitoring and Evaluation Legal Aid Forum, Kigali, Rwanda & Legal Resource Foundation, Nairobi Kenya 2008 2009 Certificate Leadership and change management Rwanda Institute of Administration and Management, Kigali, Rwanda 2011 Certificate Public Policy Analysis and Advocacy Think Africa, Nairobi, Kenya 2013 Certificate Budgeting and Financial Management and Reporting MDF – Central Africa, Kigali, Rwanda 2013 Certificate Advocacy, lobby and networking in a multi-stakeholders environment Legal Aid Forum, Kigali Rwanda 2011 Certificate Monitoring, documentation and reporting of human rights situation Amnesty International, (International Service for Human Rights (ISHR) & LDGL 2009 Certificate Regional and International Mechanisms of the promotion and protection of human rights Service International de Droits de l’Homme – SIDH in partnership with LDGL 2009 certificate The use of the Istanbul Protocol in forensic documentation of torture and violence Int’l Rehabilitation Council for Torture Victims (IRCT) in partnership with ARAMA & Uyisenga n’Imanzi 2014 CAPACITY BUILDING – NO CERTIFICATE TRAINING Professional training Transforming Participatory Action Research into Scholarship (Scientific Article Writing) Professor Terese Siebert, Keene State College, USA January 2016 Professional training Research methods Professor Terese Siebert, Keene State College, USA July 2016 In house training Participatory Action Research and groups facilitation (FGD) International Peace Alliance (Interpeace), Kigali - Rwanda 2015 In house training Strategic planning Legal Aid Forum, Kigali Rwanda 2010 In house training Project Drafting, management and reporting Save the Children Sweden 2010 Seminar One UN Programmes in Rwanda with the focus on designing, Managing and reporting of the One UN funded projects Organized by the One UN with the lead by UNICEF for its Implementing Partners in Rwanda 2009 Workshop Advocacy and Behaviour Change Communication for the protection of child rights and against Gender- Based Violence organized by UNICEF for its Implementing Partners on GBV & Child Protection in Rwanda 2009 Seminar Organisational capacity assessment and Gender Mainstreaming in organizational programmes and structures organized by World Vision Rwanda, Kigali 2009 In house training Projects management, monitoring and evaluation Legal Aid Forum, Kigali – Rwanda 2008 Seminar Disaster Preparedness and Management (with focus of the protection of the children) Save the Children Sweden, Nairobi – Kenya June 2010 2
  • 3. 3. WORKING EXPERIENCE 3.1. STRATEGIC PLANNING AND PROGRAMS/ PROJECTS MANAGEMENT AND EVALUATION A. Consultancies/ Part-time employment o Great Lakes Initiative for Human Rights and Development (GLIHD), elaboration of a 5 years Strategic Plan of GLIHD (2017-2021), Kigali, September-December 2016 o CARE International Rwanda, Proposals Development to support CARE in multiple proposals development for diverse donors, CARE Head Office, Kigali, December 2016 o Rwanda National Commission for Human Rights (NCHR), (Consultant under RECOM Company as Leading Consultant), elaboration of the Commission’s policy and strategy for fundraising and staff capacity building, Kigali, April-May 2016 o World Vision Rwanda (under COMMON CONSULTING as a Lead Consultant): Impact evaluation of “Rwanda refugee Response Project” and Baseline on SGBV in refugee settings (Kigeme, Kiziba & Gihembe), 17 February – 15 March 2014. o Rwanda Cooperative Agency (Consultant under RECOM Company as Data Analyst): Assessment of Cooperatives Performance in Rwanda, August – October 2013 o UN Women (Regional Office, Kigali) & UN Trust Fund (New York): 01-20 March 2013: Appraisal (Review and shortlist) of the online applications/concept notes to be funded under the UN Trust Fund 2012, as a Lead Consultant. o UN Women (Regional Office, Kigali), 12 November – 06 December 2012: Midterm Evaluation of the Women in Cross Border Trade (WICBT) Programme in Africa: Rwanda, Burundi & DRC programme, as a National Consultant. o UN Women (Regional Office, Kigali) & UN Trust Fund (New York): Appraisal (assessment and evaluation) of the online applications/concept notes to be funded under the UN Trust Fund 2011, using the UN Trust Fund’s online application management system: At the first level, shortlist 10 applications among 151 applications from the Central Africa Office; and at the second level, appraisal of a total of twenty four concept notes from sub-regions in Africa as well as the subset of Cross-Regional, UNCT and previous grantee applications that have been screened through the initial review at HQ, Kigali, 17 February – 13 April 2012. o PROFEMMES/TH, Kigali (under Me Assiel & Associates Consulting Company, as a Lead Consultant): Elaboration of an organisational development report on the achievements and impact of Profemmes/Twese Hamwe for its 20 years of existence and propose future perspectives, November-December 2012. B. Full-Time Employment Experience Role: May 2010- December 2014- Senior Monitoring & Evaluation Officer, the Legal Aid Forum (Kigali, Rwanda)  Area of Specialization: Oversee of effective monitoring and evaluation of all the programmes of the Legal Aid Forum and Overall management of the Legal Aid Civil Society Fund of the Forum (LACSF) that support legal aid projects implemented by different local NGOs.  Personal Achievements: 3
  • 4. • Set up of the M&E system of the Legal Aid Forum and its 38 member organisations and ensured it’s effective implementation; • Successfully managed supervision, monitoring and evaluation of 34 legal aid projects funded under LACSF and implemented by over 12 Civil Society Organisations members of the Legal Aid Forum, from the review of guidelines of calls for proposals, evaluation of the submitted proposals in reference to related strategic objectives; • Successfully lead the Capacity development of the staff of organisations members of LAF and implementing partners on issues related to legal aid projects management, reporting and M&E; • Successfully lead Monitoring and evaluation of different projects funded through the Legal Aid Forum’s Civil Society Grant and being implemented by organisations members of the Legal Aid Forum and documented key trends identified to inform researches, advocacy and policy influence actions; • Significantly contributed to different researches conducted by the Legal Aid Forum for advocacy to inform pro poor policy, especially in the field of human rights and access to justice for vulnerable groups, including children, women, indigenous people (known in Rwanda as Historically Marginalised People), detainees, juvenile, and other different categories of poor and vulnerable groups, among them:  Report on the Assessment of Challenges and Capacity needs of the Criminal Justice Agencies in Managing Gender Based Violence Cases in Rwanda. (January 2013): The present report highlights the main findings of the qualitative assessment carried out concerning the capacity of the judicial sector’ personnel to handle GBV cases at the police, prosecution, intermediate court and high court levels.  Improving the Performance of the Criminal Justice System through Improved Pretrial Justice. [February 2013]: The report presents a set of recommendations that will help the Justice Sector in Rwanda to ensure that the problems which are identified can be addressed. Addressing these problems will assist the Government meet its own development targets, reduce the cost associated with the need for an expanding prison population, and prevent the abuse of citizens’ rights through unlawful or excessive detention in prison.  Enforcement of Court Judgments and its Impact on Access to Justice in Rwanda. [May 2012]: The research focused on the enforcement of civil judgments, excluding commercial and criminal judgments.  Broadening Access to Justice in Rwanda: analyzing the opportunity for Public Interest Litigation (2011): The study aimed to analyze the opportunity for public interest litigation in Rwanda and to suggest a strategy for the Legal Aid Forum (LAF) to take this phenomenon forward in order to benefit the indigent population and vulnerable groups in Rwanda. • Successfully lead the setting up and coordination of the civil society coalition on the Universal Periodic Review of human rights vis-à-vis the UPR Recommendations made in 2011 (including training of coalition members and coordinating the elaboration of the report). It also provides potential grounds for legal reforms, policy changes and other measures aimed at improving human rights situation in Rwanda. • Successfully initiated pro poor advocacy and public mobilisation using film documentaries: I have directed the production of film documentaries covering different issues affecting different vulnerable groups in rural settings and in prisons. • Successfully lead the elaboration and implementation of Gender & HIV Policy of the Legal Aid Forum at the Secretariat level and among its (38) member organisations. Role: October 2008 – May 2010 – PROJECTS MANAGER, FACT (Forum of Activists Against Torture) RWANDA, Kigali.  Area of Specialization: I Led and participated in program/project design and implementation, Co-ordinated and managed designated projects and programmes and staff, I also developed and coordinated the implementation of different “monitoring, evaluation and reporting systems” in accordance with FACT and Stakeholder/Donor requirements, I coordinated Liaison and collaboration with communities, Government institutions, other agencies and organisations to better address the needs of torture and violence advocacy and education.  Personal Achievements: 4
  • 5. • I designed and successfully managed over 10 projects/ programs of FACT under the fund from various donors (UN Agencies: UNICEF, UNDP, UNWOMEN AND UNHACR; USAID; European Union; CORDAID; Foreign & Commonwealth Office through the British Council, Save the Children, and many others; • I Coordinated (as the Project Manager) the activities and services of the Centre for the Rehabilitation of Victims of Torture and other human rights abuses (CRAVT Centre) that provided comprehensive response services including: health care, psychosocial assistance (counselling) and social economic support (income generating activities for social economic rehabilitation of victims assisted at CRAVT); • I successfully managed and coordinated 14 projects staff implementing FACT’s projects in different locations in Rwanda, [Burundi and East DRC (Uvira & Kindu): under the regional torture victims’ rehabilitation project funded by the European Union] • I Led a wide project involving different civil society organisations in Rwanda (NGOs & Media) for the monitoring of the implementation of international treaties ratified by the Government of Rwanda and other international obligations (declarations, UN resolutions...): I particularly led the shadow reporting on, ICSCR (2009), ICERD (2009), ACHPR (2009) and UPR (2010). • I participated in preparation of child summits in 2009 and 2010 as organizing committee member; • I elaborated and managed a “child friendly soldier project” aimed at providing extensive trainings for militaries preparing to go in peace-keeping missions (2009-2010), in collaboration with Save the Children Sweden • I initiated and managed “school bases human rights clubs” in over 108 secondary and primary schools in Rwanda, with the purpose to increase awareness of child rights among students, parents and teachers. • I elaborated a project on “Earlier Child development Centres”, the project aimed at the protection of children against violence in refugee settings in Rwanda, in collaboration with UNICEF & UNHCR; the project that was later implemented by JRS (Jesuit Refugee Committee) • I participated in preliminary meetings of the task force comprising UNICEF, MIGEPROF, Save the Children UK and FACT Rwanda to develop guidelines on the elaboration of “the National Child Policy” in 2010. • I participated and contributed in different MIGEPROF and partners retreats (2009-2010) and particularly contributed, as a member of technical task forces, to the elaboration of key strategies such as: Strategies for coordination and functioning of community-based “Anti-GBV Committees” and “Child Protection Committees”; Protection of Orphans and Vulnerable Children policy and strategic plan; etc. 3.2. RESEARCH, GENDER, POLICY ANALYSIS AND ADVOCACY A. Consultancies/ Part-time employment o MIGEPROF (under RECOM Company as a Lead Consultant), Consultancy to elaborate the strategy for gender mainstreaming at local government level, Kigali, July-August 2015 o Gender Monitoring Office (under RECOM Company as a Gender Analyst): Development of Gender Profile in Governance and Security & safety, February – April 2014. o RWAMREC & PARTNERS: To carry out a gender-based violence (GBV) base-line study in 14 districts, develop the Prevention and Response Indicators and District level M&E Framework (As an M&E Specialist). Kigali, August 2012 - February 2013 o Gender Monitoring Office (GMO): Survey on “Perceptions towards Gender Equality in Rwanda”, February – June 2013 (as Deputy Lead Consultant and Data Analyst). o Gender Monitoring Office (GMO): Development of Gender Sensitive Indicators in four sectors (Employment, Trade & Commerce, Social Protection and Water & Sanitation) and the baseline (as a Deputy Lead Consultant & M&E Specialist), 17 Feb - 29 May 2012; 5
  • 6. o Gender Monitoring Office (GMO): Development of Gender-Based Violence Indicators and Baseline in Rwanda” (Assigned as responsible of development of GBV indicators and M&E Framework, supervision of data collection and responsible of data & policy analysis), as a Deputy Lead Consultant; o Gender Monitoring Office (GMO): Assessment of the status of implementation of gender related international and regional instruments by the Government of Rwanda (as a Lead Consultant), February – May 2011; o Gender Monitoring Office (GMO): Impact assessment of GBV prevention and response intervention in Rwanda (as a Lead Consultant), including: the development of Monitoring Tools, GBV Response Roadmaps, Gender awareness and response indicators and development of the database of interveners in GBV prevention and response in Rwanda, March – July 2010 (As a Lead Consultant). B. Full-Time Employment Experience January 2015 up to date – Research Fellow, Great Lakes Peace Building Program (Rwanda, DRC & Burundi), Never Again Rwanda (with International Peace Alliance – Regional Program  Area of specialization: 1. Participatory Action Research on different thematics on peacebuilding and security in the Great Lakes region 2. Organisation and facilitation of permanent cross-border dialogue spaces at three levels: o Decision makers at regional levels (Provincial leaders); o All partner boundaries: decision makers, Civil Society Organisations, Regional Organisations and Community members, at central and local levels o Permanent cross-border dialogue spaces between the bordering communities (DRC-Rwanda, and Burundi-Rwanda) 3. Organisation and facilitation of peace education spaces at the community levels and in higher learning/ universities in Rwanda, Burundi and Eastern DRC, through: permanent dialogue spaces, participatory theatre for peace, Citizen’s Forums, etc.  Key Personal Achievements: • Participated in the restitution of the research findings on Prejudices, stereotypes and identity manipulation in the Great Lakes Region (restitution at the community level and elaboration of policy briefs for advocacy); • Participated in the elaboration of the research on “Land, People Movement and Identity Manipulation in the Great Lakes Region” (participation in the literature review and elaboration of the research draft report) • Organisation and facilitation of 4 permanent cross-border dialogue spaces (Goma/DRC- Rubavu/Rwanda; Kirundo/Burundi-Bugesera/Rwanda; Rusizi/Rwanda-Bukavu/DRC and Kamanyola/DRC-Bugarama/Rwanda-Cibitoke/Burundi) • Creation, organisation and facilitation of 3 youth dialogue spaces for tolerance and non-violence in conflicts resolution, targeting youth in universities and higher learning institutions in Rwanda • Training of the spaces’ coordination committees members in dialogue facilitation skills • Initiated and coordinated the setting up and training of the Participatory Theatre for Peace Troupe and organisation of participatory theatre for peace performances across the Great Lakes Region, during the events targeting decision makers, actors of civil society organisations and community members at national and cross-border levels. 6
  • 7. • Writing articles and policy briefs on thematic points from the researches’ recommendations or from the dialogue spaces. 3.3. CAPACITY BUILDING • MIGEPROF, Training men and boys from districts of Kigali City and Eastern Province on the prevention and response to GBV and Child abuse, including the development of the “men-engage” training manual and hand-out. Kigali, December 2014-January 2015. • CARE International in Rwanda: Capacity building for CARE Rwanda staff and GBV Cases Managers: development GBV Cases Managers and advocates’ profiles, Recording & Reporting tools for their use in managing and reporting cases of GBV under GLAI project in Southern Province, April – June 2010; • African Humanitarian Action (Regional Office, Kigali), from July 2009 to August 2011: Capacity building sessions: including training of staff, stakeholders (local leaders, health practitioners, Police, and community peer educators); Development of guidelines for the use of a Multi-agencies Coordination in GBV prevention and Response and moderating Multi-sectoral stakeholders meetings. 4. MEMBERSHIP AND AFFILIATIONS • Member of the Permanent Civil Society Task Force for the Monitoring of the Implementation of International Human Rights instruments; • Member of the Global Youth Connect (GYC), a network of Rwanda and US Youth Human Rights Activists; • Member of the Rwandan Psychologists Association • Member of Research Think Tank at Never Again Rwanda. 5. LANGUAGES Language Writing Speaking Reading English Very Good Very Good Very Good French Very Good Very Good Very Good Swahili Good Good Good Kinyarwanda Mother tongue Mother tongue Mother tongue REFERENCES NAMES INSTITUTION POSITION CONTACT Dr. Shyaka Mugabe Aggée Consultant & Lecturer at the University of Rwanda Consultant & Head of The Department of Social Sciences at Master Program Tel: +250 788302766 mugabeshyaka@yahoo.fr Mr. Willy Mutabazi Rehoboth MMW Company Managing Director Tel: +250 788300960 recommmwcompany@yahoo.fr Caroline Chikoore B Sc, MBA Independent Consultant (International Development) International Consultant 5 Towers Street, Ajax, L1T OJ5, Ontario, Canada Tel : 1.905.239.3808 cchikoore@gmail.com Ben Kabera UN Women, Central Africa Regional Office, Kigali Programme Coordinator, Safe City/UN Women Tel: +250 788659018, benonkabera@unwomen.org Andrews Kananga Legal Aid Forum Executive Director Tel: +250 788307174 legalaidrwanda@gmail.com Mugiraneza Jean Paul Interpeace Regional Coordinator mugiraneza@interpeace.org 7
  • 8. Dr. Joseph Nkurunziza Never Again Rwanda Country Director joseph@neveragainrwanda.org DUKUZUMUREMYI Ernest 8