PM4NGOs Hubs are expert volunteers who represent PM4NGOs in specific country or region, providing support to learners and practitioners around the world.
A PM4NGOs Hub contributes to the development of professional standards that shape the future of the profession by sharing the experience and feedbacks from local organizations, professionals, universities, and students, helping professionals and students build experience and grow their careers through the development of local activities / events, and leading the production of contextualized materials.
Below you will find the profile of PM4NGOs Hubs. Feel free to contact them if you are in their country.
Delia has been involved in activities with non-profit organizations for almost 20 years, supporting management processes, planning, evaluation and monitoring and management of human and financial resources.
She started her relationship with Humentum as a volunteer in translation and adaptation of training materials into Spanish, and then structuring contents for virtual training with the GEPAL Project. Then started as cofacilitator of face-to-face and virtual training processes, in the PMD Pro methodology in several countries of Latin America, such as Panama, Ecuador, Paraguay, Brazil and Guatemala, as well as consultancy processes.
She is a Business Administrator, with an MBA. in entrepreneurship, and is certified in PMD Pro1, PMD Pro2 (Project Management for Development, levels 1 and 2), and Program DPro (Management of Development Programs). She is a founder member of Asociación Visión para el Desarrollo – ASOVID -, a partner institution of the GEPAL project (Project Management for Latin America) in Guatemala.
With 15 years of professional experience in an international development environment, Dov had been contributing with PM4NGO’s since 2010. With his consolidated knowledge in strategic planning process management, business modelling, complex portfolio management, theory of change, impact assessments, and technological innovation Dov had been providing advices and consulting to significant organizations such as Plan International, ChildFund, World Vision, Aflatoun and more.
Hassan Jenedie is the head of the capacity building in Bousla. He holds a BSc in Pharmacy from Kalamoon University and a diploma in Advanced Studies from the University of Geneva in Humanitarian Action (Designing Strategies and Projects for Humanitarian Action). Hassan is still studying master of business administration in Istanbul Şehir University. Hassan has designed, managed, and facilitated training addressing in a broad range of subjects in both Syria and Turkey, and he has worked for multiple NGOs and humanitarian organizations as a specialist consultant. He is a PMD Pro and Program DPro certified trainer, as well on Quality & Accountability, and The Sphere Project. Hassan has also worked as a trainer with Disaster Ready, within the Investing in Syrian Humanitarian Action learning programme framework (ISHA). Moreover, Hassan has acted as project manager for more than 47 projects in various sectors funded by different donors.
Before Bousla, Hassan was Capacity Building Director in Trust. Before Trust, Hassan was Chief Development Officer and Deputy CEO for the Union of Medical Care and Relief Organisations (UOSSM) where he was responsible for developing the capacity building, designing strategy and establishing policies and procedures.
Mazen has more than 8 years’ experience in humanitarian field, starting as field volunteer till director position for a variety of well-known organizations (International NGOs as well as Syrian Diaspora NGOs). Currently working as part time with Syria Relief as organizational development manager supporting the capacity strengthening of Syria Relief as well as other CBOs through conducting comprehensive organizational capacity assessments and training needs assessments, design and implement capacity development activities such as training, on the job support, coaching and mentoring in addition to providing the required consultations for improving policies and procedures.
More than 35 projects management experience from short term emergency response projects till long duration and sustained resilience projects in the following sectors: FSL, NFI, WASH, Health and Education. Certified trainer on PMD Pro levels 1 and 2 as well as Program DPro. Conducted more than 30 training sessions on PMD Pro and partnerships management for Syrian as well as International NGOs which targeted more than hundreds of trainees.
Currently studying master’s in organizational Change and Development in the University of Manchester. Previously, hold a master’s degree in electrical engineering from Lebanese International University. Awarded with Alan Harpham Award for 2016 for the promoting the professionalization of project management in the international development and humanitarian sectors.
Mr. Mohammad Zeitoun is a seasoned development and humanitarian sector professional with over 14 years of experience. Mohammad holds a MSc in International Public Service Management from DePaul University in Chicago, Illinois that focused on exploring holistic approaches to social problems and topics such as refugee management, sustainable development, poverty reduction, and the intersection between these topics and local, national, and international policies.
Complementing his education, Mohammad spent the early years of his career in the non-profit sector in Chicago, working with World Relief and Heartland Alliance, specializing in case management and mental health for refugee and asylum seekers resettled in the Chicagoland area.
Since 2011, Mohammad has been working as part of the Senior Leadership Team at Genome Training and Consulting, a firm in the MENA region focusing on providing capacity building and consulting services for the development and humanitarian sector.
In addition to his work with Genome, Mohammad is also active in the civil society sector, focusing efforts on cross-cutting themes in liberalism, democracy, and youth engagement. Currently, Mohammad serves as the Vice Chair for the Free Thought Forum (FTF) in Jordan, collaborating with international partners to provide awareness and advocacy for civil society engagement and liberalism. Mohammad is also an Associate with Humentum, providing facilitation and capacity building on Project Management for Development (PMD Pro).
Sandra Mendoza is an Environmental Sciences Engineer working in biodiversity and natural resources management and conservation, development sector and humanitarian programs for more than 20 years. She has specialized in the design, planning, implementation, monitoring, and impact evaluation of international conservation and development sector projects as well as in the development of internal and external partner capacities in project management. She has led project teams ensuring the achievement of set goals for other organizations, institutions, and cooperation agencies such as CARE, The Nature Conservancy, ChildFund, and Christian Aid throughout the Central American and Carribean Region.
Terver Kuegh’s work experience spans over 10 years in the international development sector with roles around developing and leading capacity building projects for several organizations in Nigeria and abroad. In 2017, a Social Learning project he led for Action Against Hunger Nigeria earned international recognition at the Learning Technology Award, in the UK. Terver is the 2017 Alan Harpham award recipient for his work in promoting project management in the international development sector.
Terver is associate of Humentum and Founder/CEO of Sabi Training & Consulting Limited, a Nigerian based company providing learning services for development organizations and social enterprises across Africa.