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I have joined IPE Global Limited as District Mobiliszation Officer in Rayagada District, Odisha. Looking at my performance, I have been promoted as the zonal coordinator for south zone where I deals 7 districts presently. Under this position, I have successfully implemented 3 pilots in the said region to enhance the teaching capacity of the teachers and students by developing student’s friendly books on Science, Mathematics, English and Odia. Also implemented safe transport system (engaging local vehicles) for students those were coming from far to schools to make them regularise and lastly, to make students understands a basic introduction on technology which is related to their curricula and by which they can think of their higher education
I am reasonably confident to develop a standardized process to control over Monitoring and Evaluation and also facilitate Analyzing data and do planning to help project for better implementation.
During working with UNICEF, I was monitoring the ICDS and Health activities, such as Immunisation Nutrition Status of children upto U-5, and Health issues, Also collect the data on Infant and maternal mortality and analyse the data before disseminating it in front of concerned District officers.
Under NOP (Nutritional Operation Plan), I worked as M&E manager for Kalahandi District, where I used to collect the data and analyse it and present it during the review meeting. During this period. I worked on CMAM and IYCF too.
During work with MIA, (Micro Insurance Academy), I did a study on En- block affiliation. where I conducted FGD and KII in control as well as treatment villages.
Now I am doing a study with Public Health Resource Network (PHRN) on identifying the gaps in Anganwadi Training Centre as well as in Anganwadi centre to strengthening it.
I fully meet the eligibility criteria with reference to qualification; experience and job requirement. I am keen to join the enlightened team of the esteemed organization. I value and shall always work delicately for the mission and priorities of the organization.
Objective To be a member of any organization where growth prospects are unlimited and individual is recognized by his work. As a Professional I am creative and innovative and willing to work in a challenging environment and strive for Excellence AND to actively participate in all such activities that ensure a life of dignity, self-respect and worth for the people rationally identified as most vulnerable and marginalized in a given society.
Educational :- B.A in Economics from Berhampur University.
M.A. (Sociology) from Pondicherry University.
Computer Literacy :- Well conversant with Computer Operation (Ms.Office, Internet,
Organizational awareness and understanding of the significance of social information for management decisions.
Information technology skills-email/internet/word processing / spreadsheets
Good interpersonal skills and ability to work as member of a team.
Ability to adapt, handle and manage change.
Presently I am doing a study on AWTC (Anganwadi Training Centre) and AWC on gap analysis for 5 districts of Odisha with PHRS, (Public Health Recourse Society) Delhi.
My Major Responsibilities:
Taking Personal Interviews
Collecting different reports from the institutions and centers
Collating data and analyzing them
Preparing reports with Suggestions and submitting to higher authorities
I was working as Zonal Coordinator in Odisha Girls Incentive Project, (OGIP) with IPE global and Department for ST & SC development Odisha, in Southern part of Odisha containing 7 districts from 31/04/13 to 31th July 2016.
After successfully completion of the pilot, Government of Odisha implemented it throughout the state making 5 zones. I am responsible for 7 districts which are situated mostly in southern part of Odisha. They are: Malkangiri, Koraput, Nawrangpur, Koraput, Kalahandi, Nuapada and Rayagada aiming the same objectives as mentioned below.
Under this position I have successfully completed 3 more pilots in the above said districts of the zones. They are
Safe Transport Pilot (STP):
Pilot to understand the impact of safe transport provision on attendance and enrolment of the girls.
Learning Hub (LH)
Pilot to improve learning outcomes for students in the area of Science, Mathematics and language as Odia and English
Introduction to Basic Technology (IBT):
Pilot to impart basic skills to students and develop vocational interests, aptitudes and allow self employment.
Ensure smooth implementation of Learning Hub (Pilot in Koraput District)
Ensure smooth implementation of Safe Transport of girls students (Pilot in Rayagada)
Ensure smooth Implementation of Introduction to Basic Technology (IBT) to class-VIII and IX students (Pilot in 6 districts)
Liaoning with district level officials for smooth functioning of the scheme
Helping district team to while preparing micro-plan
Addressing grievances if any by the districts regarding disbursement of scholarships
Presenting the progress at state level meeting with the departments
Identifying gaps from stake holders and mitigating them
Appraising different stake holders for smooth functioning
Conducting review meetings at districts and helping the sub ordinates
District Mobilization Officerin Odisha Girls Incentive Project, (OGIP) with IPE global and Department for ST & SC development Odisha, in Southern part of Odisha containing 7 districts from 19/03/12 to 31/04/13.
The government of Odisha has agreed to have a pilot in Rayagada district initially in aiming
(i) Enhancing the transition of SC and ST girls from grade eight to grade nine and grade nine to ten
(ii) Enhancing the attendance rates of SC and ST girls in grade nine and ten
(iii) Increasing the graduation rates of SC and ST girls to higher secondary education (i.e. from grade ten to eleven)
(iv) Promoting improved community and household cultural norms and attitudes to girls secondary
In this context, through this project and funding support from DFID, it has been propose to develop a model for effective delivery of conditional secondary school (grade 9 and 10) stipend scheme for disadvantaged girls.
Create data base of ST & SC girls students of class-9 and 10
Facilitating to open their savings account at nearest banks
Facilitating to obtain valid caste certificate from Tehsil office
Facilitating to obtain income certificate of their parents from Tehsil office
Creating awareness regarding importance of girls education and promoting for higher education through village/community meetings
Conducting awareness camps in feeding schools and class-8th and 9th standard students on OGIP scheme
Taking follow-up of attendance and receiving of stipends of students
Liaoning with block level/ bank and tehsil level staffs
Counseling to the drop out girls/parents to regularize in schools
Involving PRI members to promote girl education
Conducted sensitization camps for district level staffs and teachers.
Monitoring the progress and preparing reports/presentations to the higher authrities
Consultant (M&E) in W&CD Deptt, Govt of Orissa and posted at DSWO Office, Bhawanipatna, Kalahandi from 11/06/2010 to 19-03-12.
The Government of Orissa (GoO) has developed a comprehensive Orissa Health Sector Plan (OHSP) 2005-2010. This provides a unique opportunity for the Government to align its own, the Government of India’s and development partners ‘resources to meet the State’s priorities and help address the major shortcomings in both public and private health provision. DFID provides Health Sector budged Support to the GoO channeled through the Departments of health and family Welfare (DH & FW) and women and child Development (DWCD). Department of Women and Child Development (DWCD) have prepared an evidence based Nutrition Operation Plan (2009-2013) to augment the process of malnutrition reduction. Strengthening institutional arrangements for improved access and utilization of essential Nutrition and Health Services is one amongst the eight strategies of the Nutrition Operation Plan (NOP) where emphasis is given on establishment of one State Project Management Unit and one District Project Management Unit in each of the 15 High Burdened Districts
To coordinate the concurrent monitoring at the State and District level and ensure transparency
Facilitate the web based MIS to be operational at the State and District level by ensuring timely report collection, compilation and feedback.
Support the teams to analyze & share data for effective decision - making.
Facilitate the capacity building in the effective use of information for Program improvement.
Coordinate various studies which are being commissioned from time to time for example, Mothers Committee assessment, Pustikar Divas assessment, etc.
Ensure that State & District teams comply with the M&E requirements.
Facilitate use of GIS for better information management.
Support the State Project Management Team to analyze & present MIS data & evaluation findings with various stakeholders.
Design & facilitate Case Studies & Documentation of best practices for further dissemination.
Ensure that a needed database is maintained for program decisions.
Undertake such other assignments, which may be assigned from time to time.
COMMUNITY HEALTH FELLOW in PUBLIC HEALTH RESOURCE NETWORK(PHRN) (01/01/2009 10/06/2010)
The Public Health Resource Network (PHRN) provides support to public health practitioners working in the districts in all aspects of district health planning and public health management. PHRN supports research & advocacy and organizes training, distance education and capacity building programs in several states of the country.
The Public Health Resource Network (PHRN) is providing Community Health Fellowships to promote action research in community based health programming and district health management. The PHRN is a capacity building programme that offers certified and non-certified learning courses for health professionals, undertakes action-research to improve community health programmes and provides technical assistance to districts to strengthen community processes and improve local health planning. It is launching the Community Health Fellowships, in partnership with the National Health Systems Resource Centre, the apex technical support institution for the NRHM; SEARCH - a voluntary organisation widely recognized for its pioneering work in community health; and the ICICI Centre for Child Health and Nutrition, a resource support and research group, to strengthen the capacities of field level civil society participation in the NRHM and in the process build a team of young professionals and dedicated youth with the perspectives and skills to contribute to pro-poor community development work throughout the rest of their careers.
Field Investigator in Micro Insurance Academy(from 27/08/2008 to 30/12/2008) under Project on Evidence-based studies, training and advisory services for micro insurance units serving the poor.
Community-based micro insurance units represent the highest hope for the extension of insurance coverage among the uninsured poor. However, micro insurance schemes need help in customizing their insurance to the risks and conditions they face, at affordable premiums, through a process that they trust. The MIA offers innovative, context-specific solutions to those needs, delivered through its network of affiliated training institutes.
The Micro Insurance Academy develops and offers capacity building for successful implementation of micro insurance. The MIA focuses primarily on enabling local communities, i.e. the micro insurance clients themselves, to play an active and empowered role in their insurance. We also train micro insurance promoters at community, state and national level, as well as the staff of NGOs and donor agencies dealing with micro insurance.
My Role and Responsibilities:
The research project here aims to create insight on how to enable en-bloc affiliation of entire communities into (micro) insurance. En-bloc affiliation promises many advantages for insurance, such as:
Reduced admin and transaction costs (and hence lower loading on the premium);
Faster expansion of insurance;
Use of information that flows locally free of charge to improve the internal distribution of costs (encouraging an informal intra-village cross subsidy based on local information of wealth and of economically weaker members of the group.
Conducting FGDs and Key Informant Interviews and applying other qualitative research tools in field locations.
Supervision and coordination of local field work. And analyze data according to established technical procedures.
Communication with partners.
Summarize findings and write draft reports
Asst. Program Manager (Health) inKGVK (Krishi Gram Vikas Kendra) a Social Corporate Sector of USHA MARTIN Ltd, Gamharia, Jamshedpur (from 10/02/2008 to 12/05/2008)
TSC programme for one Block Sanitation and Low Cost Latrine Constructions for BPL and APL people. for NIRMAL PANCHAYAT, KGVK has taken one Panchayat name Birbans
KGVk is imparting Training to ASHA(Sahiaya), one activity of NRHM in one block of Sareikala and Kharsawan District Name Gamharia on different aspect of Maternal and Children issues, Health and Hygiene, etc
Work place intervention for HIV+, AIDS and STI in Usha Martin Steel Factory (Gamharia) for the labourers, Truckers, counseling to the family members, counseling to labourers and Truckers also. Distribution of Condoms, creating awareness programmes on HIV+, AIDS and STI etc.
Empowering VHC (Village Health Committee) for better implementation of Govt. Programme of Health, Demand Generation for health Services, and to help the needy and vulnerable group for health services.
My Role and Responsibilities:
To make a strategy for better implementation
To do proper monitoring and Evaluation of the Project
To Prepare Annual Budget for the Projects
Liasoning with the Line department of Govt and NGOs
Prepare Monthly Reports and Analyzing it
Documentation of Programmes .
District Coordinator in UNICEF & District Administration, Govt of Orissa ( 15/10/2005 to 14/10/2007) under Project on Reduction of IMR and MMR in Rayagada District
Facilitate use of GIS for better information management within UNICEF & Government.
Support the District Project Management Team to analyze & present MIS data & evaluation findings with various stakeholders.
Design & facilitate the CDPOs to conduct further assessments & analyses to help understand the data generated from MIS.
Support the conduct of studies & assessments to facilitate the systematic documentation of IMR experiences.
Ensure that a needed database is maintained for program decisions.
Block Coordinator in UNICEF & District Administration, Govt of Orissa from 15/10/2001 to 14/10/2005under Reduction of IMR and MMR in Padmapur and Rayagada blocks of Rayagada District
To conduct a rapid assessment of the affected area, identifying the main public health risks, and potential future risks, completing a report of all the key findings and making recommendations for immediate priority response particularly in francophone countries.
To ensure that there is an effective health information system in place capable of monitoring changes in the health of the affected community, including morbidity and mortality.
To work in close collaboration with other members of the ICDS and Dept of Health team, sharing information on the assessment and proposed interventions.
To provide training, capacity building and technical support to ICDS staff, partners and government authorities on the planning, implementation and management of health programmes, disease surveillance and health information services.
To report regularly on the progress of the health assessment, and to submit a detailed final report with recommendations for the future.
To produce high quality reports for Govt of Orissa and UNICEF within agreed reporting schedules as required.
To strengthen and maintain the links between nutrition, health and food security analysis to better understand the underlying causes of malnutrition and related health problems.
Comply with all relevant UNICEF policies and procedures with respect to child protection, health and safety, equal opportunities and other relevant policies and procedures.
Conduct health assessments to determine immediate, critical health needs.
Ensures the availability and utilization of effective and sustainable systems for Primary Health Care program implementation.
Coordinate and implement emergency health interventions as needed.
Collect information and statistics and complete internal reports.
Supervises expatriate Nutritionist, Public Health, and Reproductive Health, as well as visiting volunteer health personnel.
Assist in identifying, training and supervision of local Health staff.
Track mortality, morbidity and cumulative health statistics relevant to IMR programs.
Prepares narrative monthly reports of all health activities for UNICEF.
Coordinating Health and I.C.D.S project implemented by Govt.of Orissa.
Awareness Generation on IMR(on care during pregnancy, remedies of the danger signs, and care for a new born child) among the Mahila Mandals /SHGs,PRI members at village level .
Collecting and Keeping information on Infant death as well as maternal death and reporting to the higher authority with the findings of the causes.
Project Coordinator (1998 to 2001) in CSDR, Rayagada under Health, Economic, Livelihood and Education Programs
Management and participation in Capacity Building program
Participation in and providing strategy support to the management
Dr.John Cherian Oomen, MD (Community Med), Team Leader, MITRA & Head, Community Health Department, Christian Hospital, BISSAM CUTTACK– 765019,Dist: - Rayagada, Orissa, Phone: - 0663-247505/247855, Mail :- email@example.com,
Dr. Debdutt Panda, Mob: 9818348478,
Freelance development consultant, Former Global Education Coordinator, Action Aid International, Former Coordinator Commonwealth Education Fund India, Former Team Lead India Development Foundation for Odisha Girls Incentive Programme