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  1. 1. CV ILTAF Name Mahboobullah ILTAF Date of Birth 27 October 1985 Address Airport Road, Bibi Mahroo, 10th District, Kabul, Afghanistan Phone +93 790927227; +93 780016556 National ID Tazkira #: 530929 ; Passport #: o0129450 Email Mahboob.iltaf@gmail.com Nationality Afghan Qualifications (Degrees/ Diplomas) 2010 – 2011 Jan – Sep 2009 2006 – 2009 2006 – 2007 2004 – 2005 1990 – 2003 1996 – 1999 MA in Post War Recovery Studies, University of York, the UK (Full Time; in-person) MBA Certificate (HR & Project Mgt. Specialization), NIM, India (Distance Learning) BBA, University of Pune, India (Full Time; in-person) GNIIT (Database & Software Applications), NIIT, India (In-person; incomplete) DBA, Kardan Institute, Afghanistan (Part time; in-person) 10+2 Certificate, Maulana Jalaluddin Balkhi H. School, Pakistan (Full time; in-person) 3-year English Language Certificates, KELC& SILE, Pakistan (Part time; in-person) Other Training 01-12 Nov, 2015 13-17 Jul, 2015 27–30 Jun 2015 Sep 2014 01-02 Dec, 2013 01-02 Nov, 2013 03-09 Feb, 2013 08-17 Jul, 2012 01-24 Aug, 2010 01-07 Jun, 2010 10-11 Dec, 2008 04-09 Aug, 2008 17-23 Nov, 2007 01-08 May, 2006 Nov-Dec, 2004 2004 – 2005 Feb, 2001 International Training cum Study Tour on Food Security and Nutrition Leadership Development by UPLB and UN-FAO in Manila, Philippines International Humanitarian Affairs Summer School, University of York, the UK Conference on Challenges of Civil Society in Central Asia in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan Gender & Leadership Workshop, DAFAIII, Kabul, Afghanistan Project Design and Project Document Formulation, DAFAIII, Kabul, Afghanistan Provincial Planning & Coordination Workshop, DAFAIII, Kabul, Afghanistan Challenges to Security in the Caspian Region Seminars, NISA, Azerbaijan Understanding & Adaptation to Climate Change Seminar, IPROMO & FAO, Italy Geopolitics of (TAPI) Energy Security, data collection, data analysis, research and Academic Writing, Bilgi University & OSF, Turkey Results-Focused Project Design, ADB, the Philippines Winning Strategies in Recessionary Market, PICME, India One Week Finishing School (Personality Development), NWCC, India Youth Model Review Countries Conference, Mines Action Canada, Jordon South Asia Youth Leaders Capacity Building Workshop, SARD & MAC, India In Our Lifetime: the 2004 International Youth Symposium on Landmines (Advocacy, Lobbying, Fundraising, Volunteering, Leadership), MAC & ICBL, Nairobi, Kenya Certificates in Career Development, Basic Security in the Field, Stress Management, Gender & Diversity, Client Orientation, UNAMA, Afghanistan Potential Teaching Methodology, AELC, Pakistan Languages English (Professional level); Dari/ Persian (native; Professional level); Pashto (Working Level); Urdu (Working level); Arabic (Fine); Tajiki (Good) Countries Travelled, Lived, Studied and/or Worked in The United Kingdom, France, Belgium, the Netherland, Italy, Turkey, Columbia, Kenya, Jordon, Nepal, Sri Lanka, India, Pakistan, the Philippines, Uzbekistan, Azerbaijan, the United Arab Emirates, Kyrgyzstan and Afghanistan Expertise & Skills Humanitarian Affairs, Program, Development Projects, peace & conflict; Aid Management, Grants Assessment, Public Financial Management, Training, Project Design, Refugees, Returns and Resettlement, Institutional Assessment, Office Management Politics, Post-conflict reconstruction and development, working in conflict zone, Marketing, Management, Capacity Building & Change Management, Civil Society, Business, Plan and Policy, Events Management, Regional Cooperation, Diplomacy, RBM, Project Management, Human Resources Management, Lobbying, Advocacy, good governance and sub-national governance, public finance management and Research, Agriculture and Rural Development, Nutrition, democracy and Competencies Analytical skills, policy review and analysis, conference & events management; management & administration services, Coordination, Knowledge Management, strategic planning, authorship, proven problem solving, analytical thinking, academic writing, professionalism, organizing, report writing, proposal writing, concept note development, leadership, quick learner, innovative, team-player, professionalism, innovative, pro-active communication and technical skills PC Skills MS Windows, MS Office full Package, MS Visio, Lotus, Internet, Corel Draw, Adobe Acrobat, Photoshop, C#, SQL Server, In-Page, Flash media, Editing & Composing, Installing Software & Hardware of Computer 1
  2. 2. CV ILTAF SUMMARY Mr Iltaf has diverse range of experiences which have been extensively in institutional assessment, institutional strengthening, capacity building, project evaluation, PFM, governance and project design as well as significant program development, project management and change management in Afghanistan. Mahboob also has good experience in data collection, policy analysis and strategy development. He has specific technical expertise in training, research, proposal and report writing. He has some fine experience working in the field of research and communication in the UK and field work in Sri Lanka. Through his consulting company, Mr Iltaf provided institutional development, research, policy design, grants assessment and capacity building support to different institutions and donor organizations in Afghanistan. Since 2003, Mr. Iltaf has worked at different capacities i.e. Management & Leadership Consultant, team leader, trainer, administrator, program advisor, project design advisor, Head/ Chief of Change Management Program, Technical Assistant, Researcher, Outreach Officer, Newscaster & Anchorman, Governance Cluster Manager, Governance Strategic Expert, HRM, PFM Advisor, Regional Cooperation Expert, Campaigner, and Policy Analyst. Mahboobullah Iltaf has worked on projects funded by the DFID, European Union, Australian Aid, USAID, the World Bank, and the United Nations and has worked with academic institutions, NGOs, INGOs and public and private sectors. EMPLOYMENT HISTORY 01 April 2016 - Present Position title: Public Finance Advisor to Admin/ Finance Deputy Minister (Full Time; Paid) Employer: MAIL through APFM-Chemonics (USAID), Kabul, Afghanistan Providing technical assistance in the area of Budget reforms, implementation of Provincial Budgeting Policy, Operation and Maintenance Policy, Asset Management and Budget execution analysis and reporting as well as strategic planning, project design and the like Key Achievements: • Institutionalized MoF’s developed Provincial Budgeting and O&M Policies at the BC1 stage • Conducted workshop on PBP and O&M Policies and organized IBC meetings • Designed new projects and developed their results and budget plans • Contributed in the development of 100-day plans and reports for MAIL and setting key strategies • Development of budget execution reports and 100-day plans and reports for submission to President 15 Feb – 31 Mar 2016 Position title: CCA Project Acting Manager (Director) (Full Time; Temporary; Paid) Employer: Climate Change Adaptation Project, MAIL/ UNDP, Kabul & provinces, Afghanistan As acting Director to CCAP, Lead and manage the overall CCAP project to ensure effective and productive management, implementation, strategic planning, financial management, M&E, reporting, knowledge management and technical support to the project in Kabul, Herat, Balkh, Panjshir and Uruzgan provinces and also leading and supervising some 41 employees of the project. Also assisting and advising on national nutrition efforts. Key Achievements: • Coordinate National Nutrition priorities and plans initiation and implementation from ICN2 • Reviewed and analysed key technical documents to the Minister’s Office • Supervised and led CCAP (off-budget development NIM project) and its team of 41 employees 23 Mar 2015 – Dec 2015 Position title: Project Design and Planning Advisor (Full Time; Paid) Employer: Australian Aid funded PFMA Program; IRD; deployed in MAIL, Kabul & provinces, Afghanistan Advise and assist in the project design and institutionalizing national planning standards to help toward the strengthening of public financial management in MAIL and DAIL offices Key Achievements: 2
  3. 3. CV ILTAF • Designed and finalized Project document formulation i.e. proposal & concept note • Business Process re-engineering of provincial and central planning, finance and procurement at MAIL • ToRs review and development for Directorates of Plan and Policy, Programs, Statistics & Private Sector • Assisted in the design of planning, procurement and financial processes and 25 templates • Delivered some 10 training workshops on the Public Dev Project & Budget Formulation at MAIL • Designed & delivered training workshops on Provincial Planning to sub-national level (all provinces) • Assisted in the design and finalization of development budget & projects submitted to MoEc & MoF • Assisted in the EU projects transitioning at the planning stage and provided inputs for public planning • Assisted in organizing Internal Budget Committee (IBC) meetings for decision over projects 24 Nov 2014 – 23 Mar 2015 Position title: Regional Cooperation Expert/ Consultant (Full Time; Paid; Short-term) Employer: EU-Funded PRCC Project; the Asia Foundation; Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Kabul, Afghanistan To provide technical assistance & expert support in the regional cooperation and its activities to organization of Istanbul Process and implementation of Confidence Based Measures in addition to capacity building and reforms. Key Achievements: • Assisted to organizing national and regional Heart of Asia seminars on counter-narcotics regional cooperation, counter-terrorism (de-radicalization) and the like related toward implementation of HoA- Istanbul Process CBMs action plans • Developed concepts on the CBM activities and guided teams toward their effective management • ToR development for different desks at RCD • Coached civil counterparts/ teams on effective communication with external stakeholders • Reviewed and researched on Heart-of-Asia-Istanbul Process and developed analytical presentation • Developed anti-corruption indicators for Regional Cooperation Directorate • Developed ToRs for the research on HoA Process political aspects and assisting in the research 15 Jun 2013 – 23 Nov 2014 Position title: Public Financial Management (Project Design and Management) Advisor (Full Time; Paid) Employer: Australian Aid funded DAFAIII Program (PFMA); IRD; deployed in MAIL, Kabul, Afghanistan Advise and assist in the project design and institutionalizing national planning standards in MAIL and DAIL offices Key Achievements: • Monitored, advised and confirmed the gender-based budgeting and gender equality in the budget design • Developed Monitoring and Evaluation Framework for DAFA III’s PFM project in MAIL • Assisted in the procurement and finance trainings and advisory support to PFM sector • Assisted in the diagnostic reports development in MAIL for DAFA III’s PFM component • Institutionalized standard proposal formats and building the capacity of MAIL staff to write proposals • Developed project formulation templates and trained civil servants on their use and practice • Assist in establishing Internal Budget Committee and Project Screening and Prioritization in MAIL • Developed and institutionalized “Provincial and Central Development Project Planning Manuals” for effective and productive planning system establishment • Conducted some 15 training workshops on project design, planning & budgeting for MAIL & LMs • Assisted in the EU projects transitioning at the planning stage and provided inputs for public planning 31 Mar 2012 – 14 Jun 2013 Position title: Chief of Change Management Program a.i./ Tech. Plan & Policy CMS Specialist (Full Time; Paid) 3
  4. 4. CV ILTAF Employer: USDA/IESC/ICMA/VEGA/CBCMP deployed in MAIL, Kabul & other provinces, Afghanistan Supervise the overall program affairs & develop and Implement a program of change management to build overall capacity of MAIL to increase its effectiveness in key technical areas that will have the most immediate impact at the provincial levels Key Achievements: • Organized and held policy review and project development workshop • Provided inputs on the strategies of ICIMOD considering MAIL’s development plans • Institutionalized program result-framework for the MAIL programs & developed 10-year strategic plans • Reviewed & re-aligned organization structure considering effective coordination • ToR review and development for different directorates at the centre and provinces • Coached procurement staff and developed procurement strategic plan at MAIL • Developed effective mechanisms for donor coordination of projects in MAIL • Conducted capacity assessment, and capacity building activities; mainly in planning, program development, reporting, process mapping in all MAIL sectors • Provided policy advice to the Ministry’s leadership on adoption and implementation of change • Identified processes, mapped current & proposed process for simplification and increased transparency • Planned, designed and conducted Provincial Planning, Budgeting and Reporting Workshops • Represented MAIL at regional, local and national conferences; providing development inputs 01 Oct – 05 Dec 2011 Position title: Research Fellow (Full Time; Paid Internship; Short-term) Employer: Post-war Reconstruction & Development Unit (PRDU), University of York, the UK & online with CMFC/ NATO (CIMIC), USA Conduct, design and write academic and professional research in various post-conflict contexts Key Achievements: • Drafted short articles and analytical reports on role of media in Arab Spring, Elections in Egypt and Economic policies of EMB and Al-Nour Parties in Egypt for CMFC/ NATO (CIMIC) • Contributed in M&E report of NSP’s role on IDPs/ returnees reintegration conducted by PRDU (edit & development of result-framework) • Drafted brief research study on recovery of “Cultural Heritage in post-conflict period”, “Local elections in Indonesia” and “Low-cost Private school in Afghanistan” • Drafted academic article on “Integrity in Post-war Reconstruction” • Developed synthesis on “Arab Spring and a concept on the conduct of academic research for EU” • Developed presentations on Civil Society in post-conflict Libya and IDPs in Iraq 28 Oct 2010 – 31 Mar 2011 Position title: Outreach Officer (Part Time; Paid) Employer: DFID’s funded Building Bridges Project; Afghan Action, London & North Yorkshire, England Working with Afghan community in Yorkshire and across Northern England and develop regional forum and other structures to support and involve Afghan organizations and other wider communities. Key Achievements: • Organized several events and involved Afghan organizations toward the development of regional structures in Leeds and Sheffield • Facilitated Afghanistan awareness workshops and presentations • Recruited and trained volunteer advocates to raise awareness about Afghanistan 01 Oct 2009 – 30 Sep 2010 4
  5. 5. CV ILTAF Position title: ANDS (Governance) Sector Expert & Governance Cluster Manager (Full Time; Paid) Employer: the WB funded IARCSC hired; Afghanistan National Development Strategy Directorate; MoF; Kbl Worked as Expert for Good Governance, Local Governance, Rule of Law & Human Rights, Women Rights, Religious Affairs and Anti-Corruption sectors and provided advice and analysis on the establishment and coordination of IMCs, implementation of ANDS sector strategies, supported program budgeting and priorities coordination Key Achievements: • Drafted, presented and developed Gov. Organization Result Frameworks of twenty governance agencies • Edited and updated sector result frameworks • Developed Governance sector analysis of 2009-2010 • Provided capacity development and technical support to government organizations on ANDS • Critically reviewed and edited annual program budgets based on the ANDS priorities In adjacent to ANDS responsibilities, also provided technical assistance by managing the activities in the development of cluster documents pre and post Kabul Conference 2010 Key Achievements: • Assisted in the draft of Governance Concept Paper for JCMB • Assisted in the draft of six National Priority Programs related to Governance pillar for KC 2010 • Conducted and facilitated various technical meetings to coordinate development of documents • Managed the organization and conduct of various high-level meetings including Herat Retreat • Assisted in developing three-year Action Plans for six National Priority Programs’ implementations 01 Jun – 30 Sep 2009 Position title: Program & Economic Advisor to Admin & Finance Deputy Minister (Full Time; Paid) Employer: WB funded ARDS hired employee of MoEc to Ministry of Energy & Water, Kabul, Afghanistan Provided technical advisory support to the Admin & Finance Deputy Minister of Energy & Water on various projects, coordinated and communicated with donors and conducted capacity development Key Achievements: • Reviewed and analyzed various administrative projects and provided feedback for DM • Developed various project proposals to ARTF, USAID and WB; successful in obtaining funds for some • Provided technical advisory program inputs to DM 15 May – 05 Aug 2008 Position title: HR Development & Training Officer (Full Time; summer employment/ short-term; Paid) Employer: Development & Ability Organization, Kabul & Baghlan, Afghanistan Provided in-house & project training workshops; conducted capacity development; HR recruitment & HR improvements Key Achievements: • Designed and delivered “Leadership and Management” training workshop for Government officials and Persons with Disabilities under the UN-funded project of DAO • Conducted two 10-day workshops in Kabul and Baghlan on Management and Leadership • Conducted Capacity Development training classes for DAO staff • Assisted in recruitment and selection and management of staff 01 Sep 2005 – 30 Aug 2006 Position title: Administrative Assistant (Full Time; Paid) Employer: Office of Chief of Staff, United Nations Assistance Mission in Afghanistan, Kabul, Afghanistan Provided administrative assistance and HR related support to the Office of Chief of Staff 5
  6. 6. CV ILTAF 01 Sep 2004 – 31 Aug 2005 Position title: Training Assistant (Full Time; Paid) Employer: United Nations Assistance Mission in Afghanistan, Kabul, Afghanistan Provided technical assistance in the design, development, conduct, facilitation and delivery of trainings on various UN competencies including client orientation, stress management, gender and diversity, English language, computer literacy, communication skills and the like 01 Nov 2003 – 31 Aug 2004 Position title: Advocacy and Campaign Officer (Full Time; Paid) Employer: Afghan Campaign to Ban Landmines, Kabul, Afghanistan Provided various campaign supports and contributed toward the campaign efforts for a Mine-Free World, which included but not limited to print and social media advocacy, organizing Afghan Mine Action and Amputees Month, regional conference on Landmine Monitoring, designing publications, organizing rallies, lobbying and fundraising meetings and the like 01 Mar 2000 – 31 Aug 2003 Position title: English Teacher (Part Time; Paid) Employer: American English Language College in Pakistan & Tolo, Sahar & Neda in Afghanistan Prepared and delivered English Language classes for students from Beginner to Advance III as well as special grammar classes and potential teaching methodology class CONSULTANCIES (Project Works; Deliverable-Based; Part Time; Full Time) 20-30 May 2016 Capacity Building Advisor (Consultant) SSMI-2 Evaluation Team, WYG Consultancy through Afghan Knowledge Solution Consultancy, Kabul, Afghanistan On call-up basis, assisted at the inception phase of the SSMI-2 evaluation, conducted Theory of Change Workshop; semi- structured interviews with Ministry of Interior Affairs’ counterparts and relevant stakeholders and contributed in the development of inception report on the SSMI-2 project funded by DFID. It is contracted 116 days for three years till end of SSMI-2 project 01 Aug – 31 Oct 2014 Leadership & Policy Consultant USAID-funded Institutional Support Project, Nai Supporting Open Media in Afghanistan, Kabul, Afghanistan Developed Nai SOMA four-year Strategic Plan (2015 – 2019); Developed Board of Directors Policy Manual, Handbook, and Profile considering gender equality; Developed Nai SOMA Management System Guiding Manual with focus on youth and gender; Developed Leadership Learning Handbook for Nai SOMA Employees; Delivered a three-day workshop on Management, Supervision and Leadership to all Nai Management Board and Journalists for both male and female participants; Developed Nai’s Monitoring and Evaluation Manual based on RBM March – Jun 2014 Proposal/ Grants Assessor (Consultant) DFID funded, Tawanmandi Program, Kabul, Afghanistan Conducted proposal assessment of some 60 project proposals from some 40 CSOs & NGOs for medium & large grants consideration by Tawanmandi Program of DFID 01 Nov 2012 – 31 Dec 2013 President & Consultant Jawan Parmakhtag Consulting Company, Kabul & other provinces, Afghanistan Conducted Basic Policy Development Workshop funded by DAFAIII RD; Developed comprehensive proposal for 500,000 USD for a CSO in Nangarhar 11 Jul – 25 Aug 2013 Democracy & Governance White Policy Paper Developer (Consultant) USAID funded Counterpart International, Kabul, Afghanistan Developed the white policy paper on democracy and governance – presented at the National Policy Reform Conference, August 2013 6
  7. 7. CV ILTAF Sep – Dec 2012 Institutional Assessor (Consultant) DFID funded, Tawanmandi Program, Kabul, Balkh and Herat, Afghanistan Developed analytical reports of the relevant 40 CSOs and NGOs submitted to Tawanmandi Program of DFID; collected and analysed data from some 40 CSOs, beneficiaries and public on different project assessment; conduct field research assessing some 40 CSOs & NGOs capacities and comparing with standard criteria; undertook interviews on practices and policies. VOLUNTEER EMPLOYMENT Aug 2011 – Aug 2013 Panel Member for OSI/ York Fellowship & PDO Orienteer (Event Based) Open Society Institute, Istanbul, Turkey & Kabul, Afghanistan Interviewed and decided on the selection of successful candidates for OSI/ York MA Fellowship and delivered Pre-Departure Orientation (PDO) to selected alumni of the University of York in Istanbul, Turkey • Participated as a key member of panels for selection of best candidates for the MA in PRS in 2011, 2012 and 2013 • Participated at the summer school of OSI Scholars and presented them on PDO in 2010, 11, 12 & 13 01 Apr – 15 May 2011 Technical Policy Analyst (Study Placement) USAID funded, SUNY/APAP in Afghanistan Parliament, Kabul, Afghanistan Provide technical policy support to the Education and Natural Resources Committees of the Afghanistan Parliament and conduct research on Representative-constituent relationships and accountability in Afghanistan Parliament • Developed draft Assessment papers on Education and Natural Resources Sectors in Afghanistan • Developed presentations to the committees on the mentioned assessment papers • Analysed surveys conducted in Wolesi Jirga (House of Common) on Capacity Need Assessment • Developed a draft Concept Note on Afghanistan Parliamentary Institute project 04–15 Dec 2010 – Feb 2011 Field Researcher-Post-war Recovery (Returns & Resettlement) (Field Visit) PRDU, University of York, Batticaloa District & Colombo, Sri Lanka Conducted field research, wherein, led the team of student researchers and developed a comprehensive report. The report was published with other areas of recovery in Batticaloa District as published in the link below: http://www.york.ac.uk/media/politics/prdu/documents/Sri%20Lanka%20Report%20-%20Publish.pdf 28 Nov – 05 Dec 2009 Media Apprentice for Cartagena International Summit (Apprentice at int’l event) International Campaign to Ban Landmines & Mines Action Canada, Cartagena, Columbia Provided media assistance and practiced delivering media updates, conducted media interviews, presented on media coverage reports and communication with media companies for wider coverage of the international event 01 Jun – 10 Aug 2007 Marketing Intern & Researcher (Part Time; Study Placement) Aditya Birla Group’s IDEA Cellular, Pune, Maharashtra, India Assisted in the marketing activities of sales agency and conducted my research on customer’s relation and 4 P’s of Marketing 01 Oct 2004 – 28 Feb 2005 English News Announcer & TV Anchor (Part Time) Afghan TV (Local TV Channel), Kabul, Afghanistan Delivered news live and recorded in English language at the TV channel after I was translating and developing it from Dari news reports and also participated and run few other TV reports i.e. Presidential Election 2004 1997 – 1999 Publication Composer & Typist (Part Time) Saboor Laser Composing Centre, Peshawar, Pakistan Learnt and assisted in typing, editing and designing of various publications in English, Urdu, Dari and Pashto. These publications included newspapers, brochures, books, pamphlets, letters, etc. 7
  8. 8. CV ILTAF CONFERENCE PAPER  White Policy Paper on Democracy and Governance in Afghanistan, Counterpart International, Kabul, Aug, 2013 PUBLICATIONS  MAIL Development Project Planning Manual, MAIL, Kabul, 2014  Leadership Learning Handbook, NAI-SOMA, Kabul, 2014  NGO Monitoring and Evaluation Manual, NAI-SOMA, Kabul, 2014  Board of Directorate’s Policy Manual, NAI-SOMA, Kabul, 2014  Management System Guiding Manual, NAI-SOMA, Kabul, 2014  Provincial Development Project Planning Manual, MAIL, Kabul, 2013  Book: “Representative Governance in a post-conflict Islamic State” (ISBN 13: 978-3-659-1-6; ISBN-10: 3659339512) (06/Feb/2013 – by LAP Lambert Academic Publishing AG & Co. KG) also accessed through the link here: http://www.amazon.com/Representative-Governance-Post-conflict-Islamic-Representative- Constituent/dp/3659339512/ref=sr_1_4?ie=UTF8&qid=1361699044&sr=8- 4&keywords=representative+governance  Idea Article: “Why drone attacks should be banned” (Apr 29, 2013 – see the link: http://muftah.org/why-drone- attacks-should-be-banned/)  News Article: “Prospects for a Continued U.S. Presence in Afghanistan After 2014” (Jan 22, 2013 – see the link: http://muftah.org/the-prospects-for-continued-u-s-presence-in-afghanistan-after-2014/  Working Paper: “Representative Governance in Afghanistan: Study of RCR and Accountability” (2012 – see the link: http://www.york.ac.uk/media/politics/prdu/documents/publications/PRDU%20Working%20Paper %205.pdf)  Field Research Paper: Post-war Recovery Process in Batticaloa District, Sri Lanka (2011 – see the links: http://www.york.ac.uk/media/politics/prdu/documents/Sri%20Lanka%20Report%20-%20Publish.pdf)  Blogging: different articles and topics of discussion: http://miltaf.blogspot.com/; http://miltaf.tumblr.com/post/14022745379/afghanistan-national-football-team-a-heroic-rising-in SOCIETY & NETWORK MEMBERSHIP  Member, Afghan Intellectual Network  Member, Open Society Afghanistan/ Open Society Foundation Scholarship Alumni  Member, Disaster Ready Organization  Member, Afghanistan Development Support Network EVENTS  Food Security & Nutrition Leadership Development Int’l Training & Study Tour in Manila, Philippines (02-12 Nov 2015)  International Humanitarian Affairs Summer School, University of York, the UK (13 – 17 July 2015)  Conference on Challenges of Civil Society in Central Asia in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan (27 – 30 June 2015)  Regional Seminar on Counter Terrorism and Extremism, Kabul, Afghanistan (February 2015)  Seminars on ‘Challenges to Security in the Caspian Region’ in Baku, Azerbaijan (Feb, 2013)  Seminars on ‘Understanding & Adaptation to Climate Change’ in Ormea, Italy (Jul, 2012)  Regional Meetings on ICIMOD’s strategic Plan (Working on Mountains and People) in Kathmandu, Nepal (May, 2012)  Geopolitics of Energy Security & Academic Writing, Bilgi University & OSF, Istanbul, Turkey (01 – 24 Aug 2010)  Results-Focused Project Design, ADB, Cebu, the Philippines (01-10 Jun 2010)  Pak-Afghan Youth Council for Peace & Trust Building in Pakistan (June, 2008)  In Our Lifetime: The Youth Model Review Conference in Dead Sea, Amman, Jordon (Nov, 2007)  Inter-Collegiate Competitions of BMC College, Pune University, Pune, India (Oct 2007 and 2008)  South Asia Youth Leaders Capacity Building Workshop on a Mine-Free World, New Delhi, India (April, 2006)  In Our Lifetime: The 2004 International Youth Symposium on Landmines, Nairobi, Kenya (Nov-Dec, 2004) 8
  9. 9. CV ILTAF  Landmine Monitor Researchers Countries Conference, Kabul, Afghanistan (March, 2003) AWARDS  Appreciation Letter from MAIL Minister on successful four year Advisory & leading Climate Change Adaptation Project-16  Appreciation Letter from Admin/ Finance Deputy Minister of MAIL on PFM reforms and capacity building efforts (2014)  OSI-York Fellowship Award for MA in PRS Degree, the United Kingdom (2010 – 2011)  Appreciation Letter from Policy Deputy Minister of Ministry of Finance on ANDS mgt and NPPs development (2010)  Appreciation Letter from Admin/ Finance Deputy Minister of Ministry of Energy and Water on advisory support (2009)  Appreciation for successful Presidency Role at the Youth Model Rev Conference by Mines Action Canada in Jordon (2007)  First prize winner at the Checkmate 2009 National Seminar Presentation Competition by PICME Ins., India (26 Mar, 09)  Best Chairmanship Award as the Chairman of Foreign Students Association (FOSTA) at NWCC, Pune, India (2006 – 2009)  ICCR Scholarship Award for BBA Degree, India (2006 – 2009)  Best Student of the Year Award at Ness Wadia College of Commerce, Pune, Maharashtra, India (2008)  Best Character Certificate from High School (2002-2003) 9
  10. 10. CV ILTAF  Landmine Monitor Researchers Countries Conference, Kabul, Afghanistan (March, 2003) AWARDS  Appreciation Letter from MAIL Minister on successful four year Advisory & leading Climate Change Adaptation Project-16  Appreciation Letter from Admin/ Finance Deputy Minister of MAIL on PFM reforms and capacity building efforts (2014)  OSI-York Fellowship Award for MA in PRS Degree, the United Kingdom (2010 – 2011)  Appreciation Letter from Policy Deputy Minister of Ministry of Finance on ANDS mgt and NPPs development (2010)  Appreciation Letter from Admin/ Finance Deputy Minister of Ministry of Energy and Water on advisory support (2009)  Appreciation for successful Presidency Role at the Youth Model Rev Conference by Mines Action Canada in Jordon (2007)  First prize winner at the Checkmate 2009 National Seminar Presentation Competition by PICME Ins., India (26 Mar, 09)  Best Chairmanship Award as the Chairman of Foreign Students Association (FOSTA) at NWCC, Pune, India (2006 – 2009)  ICCR Scholarship Award for BBA Degree, India (2006 – 2009)  Best Student of the Year Award at Ness Wadia College of Commerce, Pune, Maharashtra, India (2008)  Best Character Certificate from High School (2002-2003) 9

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