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Zahid Hussain Qazi
House 11 – 12, Behind Sent Bonaventure High School,
Phase II, Qasimabad, Hyderabad Sindh, Pakistan
Email: qazi.qau@gmail.com
Cell: +923337162608 / 03013412413
Professional Profile
Mr. Qazi is a development professional having Masters in Gender Studies and attended various
short courses and Trainings. From more than three years his expertise and competencies are
utilized in Development field.
Has expertise in sectors of Program Management, Monitoring and Evaluation & Research,
Training and Capacity Building, Education, Health, Gender Development, Disaster Management,
Infrastructure, Emergencies and Disasters, and Livelihood projects.
Proven abilities in team building and development of organizational and institutional capacities
with special focus on monitoring and evaluation and grassroots level institutional formation in
development and Humanitarian contexts.
(In-depth experience of the multiple dimensions of development and humanitarian
programming in Pakistan from 2011 to 2013)
Capability to coordinate development programs with verity of project types and level of
partners with different cultural contexts of Pakistan.
Has proficiency of program coordination in sectors of livelihoods, shelter, education,
mainstreaming Gender, Gender Based Violence and social protection cross cutting themes in
humanitarian response interventions as well in development programming.
Aptitude in designing and management program capacity building on updated development and
humanitarian response needs as well to ensure gender mainstreaming guidelines during
projects planning and implementation as well as creating gender sensitive eye for long run, by
strengthening capacity of local human resource pool. Specialist in result based program
coordination ensuring efficient reviews of progress and accountability.
Areas of Strength
 Mainstreaming Gender, GBV and protection cross cutting approaches
 Developing linkages with stake holders and government Actors.
 Ability to travel to remote field areas as well as abroad
 Comprehensive Comparative Analysis Report Writing
 Annual, Financial, Manual and SOPs Report Writing
 Coordinating Advocacy and campaigning
 Impact Assessments of Program or Project
 Program Monitoring and Evaluation
 Result based program management
 Strategic planning
 Proposal Writing
 Focus Group Discussions
 In-depth Interviews
 Narration of case studies
 Survey Conduction
 Team Work
Experience
ME&R) Monitoring Evaluation & Research (October 2011 to till date)
Job Responsibilities
 Undertake Research & Prepare Analytical Report
 Provide technical inputs (Articles, Reports) for reports and Publications
 Provide Technical Backstopping, Program Implementation and Monitoring
 Professional Integrity, Self-discipline and Impartiality
 Work as Part of a Team and Deliver Result
 Flexibility and Willingness to Learn and undertake personal and professional
development
 Work Independently with Minimum Supervisor
 Interact and Influence Management Decision at Various Levels
 Commitment to Gender Equality
 Monitor and Coordinate Research Carried Out by External Collaborations
 Act as Focal Point on Topics within the Field of Specialization
 Participate in Training, Seminars and Workshops as Resource Person
 Represent the Technical Unit at International, Regional and National Forum
 Identify, Describe and Justify Potential Research Programs concerned with Microfinance
History
 Review Relevant Literature, Archives and both Published and Unpublished Source
Material
 Develop Methodology, Coordination with Specialized Professionals, to be used in
Different Parts of Program
 Conduct and Guide Oral History Activities and Organization of Oral History Interview
 Organize and Participate in International Seminars, Workshops and Public Events
 Identify Resource Persons Worldwide, Establish Partnerships with Universities and
Mobilize Research institutions
 To Implement and supervise a system of evaluation services that adequately provides
for professional development and support of practitioners
 Oversees outcomes data by collecting information on a Weekly basis from program
supervisors and by reporting this information during quality assurance and
improvement meetings
(IPC) Inter-personal Communication Officer (March 2008 to Jan 2009)
Job Responsibilities
 To facilitate community with regard of curable health by making different group
discussions with the community (male female) members
 To mobilize group of people for the constant self-dependability to protect the family
members from diseases by doing various potential activities intend for healing of health
 To motivate people to have a control over the productivity of child birth, use of
contraceptive and procurement of poor health through making safety-net short time
programs
 To aware community in the regard of hygienic and unhygienic substance and
appropriate consumption of chow
 Fulfillment of given task of the organization in a leadership manners by controlling IPC
team
 To Communicate clearly and concisely both orally and in writing
 To facilitate team operations by discussions through the sharing of information and
knowledge, identification of teamwork issues, development of problem‐solving
recommendations, and recommendations of standardizing team operations.
 Identify, assign, and follow‐up on work activities of team members under supervision
and in accordance with integrated staffing.
 Ensure timely and quality implementation of the project according to the work plane
and agreed time line of activities.
 Community mobilization and when necessary for events celebration
Field Monitoring Officer (May 2006 to Feb 2007)
ob ResponsibilitiesJ
 To identify potential women for livestock lady workers or organizers.
 To motivate and encourage women’s groups to talk with their follow community
members about unity and self-reliance.
 To raise awareness among community members that they can alleviate poverty
themselves.
 To Assist community members/women’s groups to identify needs and to generate
solutions, identifying priority issues and to analysis their problems, specially livestock
and their economic empowerment.
 To encourage and stimulate women of targeted communities to organize for action
aimed at solving their problems and to plan, implement and monitor action that they
define themselves.
 To provide women community groups with management skills and knowledge in getting
community members interested, organized and motivated.
 To Serves as the primary evaluator and coordinates all evaluations
Services Provided
Project Proposals Designing and Preparation for different organizations
Repaid Assessment of 2010 Flood Affected Areas in Sindh province
Evaluations Projects and Programs
Facilitation of trainings
2011 Flood Rehabilitation Projected, Based on Sindh
(August – 2011 – to – December – 2011)
Ensure consistent high quality outputs and comprehensive monitoring, documenting and
evaluation of all activities and their impacts with a focus on quality control of material and
construction.
Develop work plans, in conjunction with related program staff, for implementation of all related
programs, oversee implementation of all program activities and ensure work plans are followed
or adjusted as needed.
Monitor developments throughout the districts and assess local contextual needs with the view
of new program development and expanding programming.
To travel extensively to conduct regular site visits for related assessments and programs.
Development and Humanitarian Programming Work
Develop sustainable relationships with other Donors and Support team members in collecting
information and preparing analytical reports in line with the Donor’s requirements.
Liaison, coordinate and correspond with institutional donors, trusts and foundations and
maintain good working relations.
Identify/validate institutional capacity issues in target organizations in the areas of
organizational governance, financial management and overall organizational management
including to organizational policies, systems, system documents, procedures, SoPs, internal
controls, regulatory compliance and human resource capacities.
Education
MSc, Gender Studies, Quid-e-Azam University Islamabad
Graduation, International Relations, Khair Pur Mir’s
Languages
English Well in written and spoken
Urdu Well in written and spoken
Sindhi Fluent in written and spoken
Siraiki Well in spoken and understanding
Baluchi Good understanding and Spoken
Skills
Computer literate: including MS Project applications, familiar with current participatory
research Tools and report writing
Main Trainings
 Two days Regional Conference on “21st Century & Policing in South Asia”__ Response
towards gender based violence: Challenges and Prospectus. Systematized by ROZAN,
Ministry of Human Rights GoP, and Islamabad Capital Territory Police
 Participated in Conference on “Activism about Violence against women” organized by
UNIFEM and UNDP Islamabad
 Participated in “National Gender Reform agenda State Responsiveness and
accountability” arranged by Aurat Foundation Islamabad
 Round Table Discussion after 3 days campaign on “Stop Violence against Women” with
Dr. Wyatt (U.S. Ambassador’s wife) on Gender Based Violence
 One Day Seminar about introduction of sexual harassment bill in Pakistan planned by
faculty of Gender Studies Quid-e-Azam University Islamabad
 2 Day Seminar About Violence Against Women in Islamabad
 Sage international seminar about Entrepreneurship in Islamabad
 2 day workshop of Web-Portal about knowledge management with IFAD Asia.
 1 day workshop about Strategic thinking session on knowledge management and
communication arranged by Sindh Agricultural Forestry Workers’ Coordinating
Organization in Hyderabad.
 One day workshop regarding Environmental Social Management where the mentor
demonstrated the associations of Social Environment with Microfinance and asked
comments, suggestion and recommendations to mitigate issues, the Workshop was
organized by Pakistan Poverty Alleviation Fund in its Head Office at Islamabad.
Projects
 Comparison of Women’s movements in Pakistan and Bangladesh pre and post partition,
an analytical quality research, (March 2009)
 Women’s involvements in good governance, a baseline survey in Qaid-e-Azam
University Islamabad, (May 2009)
 Women’s consciousness about owed privileges and their associations within the public
and private spheres, conceptions for the youth ( Nov 2009)
 Input of women cutting-edge the domiciliary and their involvements for the reduction
of poverty, assessments conducted from indigenous women (Feb 2010)
 Perception of women about the Relationship between Education and Empowerment, in
final semester quality thesis for the completion of Master degree (May 2010)
 Devastations of monsoon rains in Civilization & its impacts on Micro Finance
Institutions, a Disaster Assessment report in Post flood (Dec 2011)
 Established a booklet of successful Stories of micro level borrowers (Jan 2012)
 Narrated numerous case studies of those people who have improved their standard of
life thru the assistance of Microfinance organization
Personal
Date of Birth: July – 1st – 1985
Domicile: Sindh (Rural)
National Identity Card: 45104-3157270-7
Permanent Address: Gill Colony, Mir Pur Mathelo,
District Ghotki, Sindh Pakistan (Zip Code – 65110)
References
1. Tufail Rajpar
Managing Director
Safco Support Foundation
Cell #: +923002447715
Email: tufailrajpar77@yahoo.com

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Mr. Hussain Qazi

  • 1. Zahid Hussain Qazi House 11 – 12, Behind Sent Bonaventure High School, Phase II, Qasimabad, Hyderabad Sindh, Pakistan Email: qazi.qau@gmail.com Cell: +923337162608 / 03013412413 Professional Profile Mr. Qazi is a development professional having Masters in Gender Studies and attended various short courses and Trainings. From more than three years his expertise and competencies are utilized in Development field. Has expertise in sectors of Program Management, Monitoring and Evaluation & Research, Training and Capacity Building, Education, Health, Gender Development, Disaster Management, Infrastructure, Emergencies and Disasters, and Livelihood projects. Proven abilities in team building and development of organizational and institutional capacities with special focus on monitoring and evaluation and grassroots level institutional formation in development and Humanitarian contexts. (In-depth experience of the multiple dimensions of development and humanitarian programming in Pakistan from 2011 to 2013) Capability to coordinate development programs with verity of project types and level of partners with different cultural contexts of Pakistan. Has proficiency of program coordination in sectors of livelihoods, shelter, education, mainstreaming Gender, Gender Based Violence and social protection cross cutting themes in humanitarian response interventions as well in development programming. Aptitude in designing and management program capacity building on updated development and humanitarian response needs as well to ensure gender mainstreaming guidelines during projects planning and implementation as well as creating gender sensitive eye for long run, by strengthening capacity of local human resource pool. Specialist in result based program coordination ensuring efficient reviews of progress and accountability. Areas of Strength  Mainstreaming Gender, GBV and protection cross cutting approaches  Developing linkages with stake holders and government Actors.  Ability to travel to remote field areas as well as abroad  Comprehensive Comparative Analysis Report Writing  Annual, Financial, Manual and SOPs Report Writing  Coordinating Advocacy and campaigning  Impact Assessments of Program or Project  Program Monitoring and Evaluation  Result based program management  Strategic planning  Proposal Writing  Focus Group Discussions  In-depth Interviews  Narration of case studies  Survey Conduction  Team Work
  • 2. Experience ME&R) Monitoring Evaluation & Research (October 2011 to till date) Job Responsibilities  Undertake Research & Prepare Analytical Report  Provide technical inputs (Articles, Reports) for reports and Publications  Provide Technical Backstopping, Program Implementation and Monitoring  Professional Integrity, Self-discipline and Impartiality  Work as Part of a Team and Deliver Result  Flexibility and Willingness to Learn and undertake personal and professional development  Work Independently with Minimum Supervisor  Interact and Influence Management Decision at Various Levels  Commitment to Gender Equality  Monitor and Coordinate Research Carried Out by External Collaborations  Act as Focal Point on Topics within the Field of Specialization  Participate in Training, Seminars and Workshops as Resource Person  Represent the Technical Unit at International, Regional and National Forum  Identify, Describe and Justify Potential Research Programs concerned with Microfinance History  Review Relevant Literature, Archives and both Published and Unpublished Source Material  Develop Methodology, Coordination with Specialized Professionals, to be used in Different Parts of Program  Conduct and Guide Oral History Activities and Organization of Oral History Interview  Organize and Participate in International Seminars, Workshops and Public Events  Identify Resource Persons Worldwide, Establish Partnerships with Universities and Mobilize Research institutions  To Implement and supervise a system of evaluation services that adequately provides for professional development and support of practitioners  Oversees outcomes data by collecting information on a Weekly basis from program supervisors and by reporting this information during quality assurance and improvement meetings (IPC) Inter-personal Communication Officer (March 2008 to Jan 2009) Job Responsibilities  To facilitate community with regard of curable health by making different group discussions with the community (male female) members  To mobilize group of people for the constant self-dependability to protect the family members from diseases by doing various potential activities intend for healing of health  To motivate people to have a control over the productivity of child birth, use of contraceptive and procurement of poor health through making safety-net short time programs  To aware community in the regard of hygienic and unhygienic substance and appropriate consumption of chow
  • 3.  Fulfillment of given task of the organization in a leadership manners by controlling IPC team  To Communicate clearly and concisely both orally and in writing  To facilitate team operations by discussions through the sharing of information and knowledge, identification of teamwork issues, development of problem‐solving recommendations, and recommendations of standardizing team operations.  Identify, assign, and follow‐up on work activities of team members under supervision and in accordance with integrated staffing.  Ensure timely and quality implementation of the project according to the work plane and agreed time line of activities.  Community mobilization and when necessary for events celebration Field Monitoring Officer (May 2006 to Feb 2007) ob ResponsibilitiesJ  To identify potential women for livestock lady workers or organizers.  To motivate and encourage women’s groups to talk with their follow community members about unity and self-reliance.  To raise awareness among community members that they can alleviate poverty themselves.  To Assist community members/women’s groups to identify needs and to generate solutions, identifying priority issues and to analysis their problems, specially livestock and their economic empowerment.  To encourage and stimulate women of targeted communities to organize for action aimed at solving their problems and to plan, implement and monitor action that they define themselves.  To provide women community groups with management skills and knowledge in getting community members interested, organized and motivated.  To Serves as the primary evaluator and coordinates all evaluations Services Provided Project Proposals Designing and Preparation for different organizations Repaid Assessment of 2010 Flood Affected Areas in Sindh province Evaluations Projects and Programs Facilitation of trainings 2011 Flood Rehabilitation Projected, Based on Sindh (August – 2011 – to – December – 2011) Ensure consistent high quality outputs and comprehensive monitoring, documenting and evaluation of all activities and their impacts with a focus on quality control of material and construction. Develop work plans, in conjunction with related program staff, for implementation of all related programs, oversee implementation of all program activities and ensure work plans are followed or adjusted as needed. Monitor developments throughout the districts and assess local contextual needs with the view of new program development and expanding programming.
  • 4. To travel extensively to conduct regular site visits for related assessments and programs. Development and Humanitarian Programming Work Develop sustainable relationships with other Donors and Support team members in collecting information and preparing analytical reports in line with the Donor’s requirements. Liaison, coordinate and correspond with institutional donors, trusts and foundations and maintain good working relations. Identify/validate institutional capacity issues in target organizations in the areas of organizational governance, financial management and overall organizational management including to organizational policies, systems, system documents, procedures, SoPs, internal controls, regulatory compliance and human resource capacities. Education MSc, Gender Studies, Quid-e-Azam University Islamabad Graduation, International Relations, Khair Pur Mir’s Languages English Well in written and spoken Urdu Well in written and spoken Sindhi Fluent in written and spoken Siraiki Well in spoken and understanding Baluchi Good understanding and Spoken Skills Computer literate: including MS Project applications, familiar with current participatory research Tools and report writing Main Trainings  Two days Regional Conference on “21st Century & Policing in South Asia”__ Response towards gender based violence: Challenges and Prospectus. Systematized by ROZAN, Ministry of Human Rights GoP, and Islamabad Capital Territory Police  Participated in Conference on “Activism about Violence against women” organized by UNIFEM and UNDP Islamabad  Participated in “National Gender Reform agenda State Responsiveness and accountability” arranged by Aurat Foundation Islamabad  Round Table Discussion after 3 days campaign on “Stop Violence against Women” with Dr. Wyatt (U.S. Ambassador’s wife) on Gender Based Violence  One Day Seminar about introduction of sexual harassment bill in Pakistan planned by faculty of Gender Studies Quid-e-Azam University Islamabad  2 Day Seminar About Violence Against Women in Islamabad  Sage international seminar about Entrepreneurship in Islamabad  2 day workshop of Web-Portal about knowledge management with IFAD Asia.  1 day workshop about Strategic thinking session on knowledge management and communication arranged by Sindh Agricultural Forestry Workers’ Coordinating Organization in Hyderabad.  One day workshop regarding Environmental Social Management where the mentor demonstrated the associations of Social Environment with Microfinance and asked
  • 5. comments, suggestion and recommendations to mitigate issues, the Workshop was organized by Pakistan Poverty Alleviation Fund in its Head Office at Islamabad. Projects  Comparison of Women’s movements in Pakistan and Bangladesh pre and post partition, an analytical quality research, (March 2009)  Women’s involvements in good governance, a baseline survey in Qaid-e-Azam University Islamabad, (May 2009)  Women’s consciousness about owed privileges and their associations within the public and private spheres, conceptions for the youth ( Nov 2009)  Input of women cutting-edge the domiciliary and their involvements for the reduction of poverty, assessments conducted from indigenous women (Feb 2010)  Perception of women about the Relationship between Education and Empowerment, in final semester quality thesis for the completion of Master degree (May 2010)  Devastations of monsoon rains in Civilization & its impacts on Micro Finance Institutions, a Disaster Assessment report in Post flood (Dec 2011)  Established a booklet of successful Stories of micro level borrowers (Jan 2012)  Narrated numerous case studies of those people who have improved their standard of life thru the assistance of Microfinance organization Personal Date of Birth: July – 1st – 1985 Domicile: Sindh (Rural) National Identity Card: 45104-3157270-7 Permanent Address: Gill Colony, Mir Pur Mathelo, District Ghotki, Sindh Pakistan (Zip Code – 65110) References 1. Tufail Rajpar Managing Director Safco Support Foundation Cell #: +923002447715 Email: tufailrajpar77@yahoo.com