Global Executive MBA
United States International University
Management and Leadership
I would like to introduce myself as a highly organized, creative and motivated professional with extensive experience in program management, research, evaluation and business development in the Education, health and livelihood sectors.
Management and Leadership
Educational Research and Evaluation
Sociology and Social Administration
Provided technical and managerial oversight in relation to business development of the country programme.
Review of project logical framework analysis (LFA), annual work plans, and M & E frameworks and operations research plans within the technical areas relevant for business development and model replication.Ensured that Amref Health Africa Business Development activities contribute to the achievement of the overall Ethiopia country programme objectives and performance targets through prudent resource management. Led a multidisciplinary team in packaging , organizing and dissemination of workable models on business models related to national and international policies, strategies, and guidelines
Facilitate the overall growth and development of the programme, jointly with the Country Director, Deputy Country Director, HQ Technical Specialists, Programme Managers, National office (NOs) Programme Managers, and the Project Teams. Continually assessing and reviewed the responsiveness of the Programme area towards the Ethiopia Health Policy; HEP; other national health plans; Amref Health Africa Ethiopia country plan and the Amref corporate business plan; and VGC targets.
Actively participate in Senior Management (SMT) and Program Technical Team (PTT) teams meetings.
As a member of the senior management team of the Ethiopia Country Office, initiated and implemented several actions. As Secretary of programme technical team of the Ethiopia Country Office , played key role in providing guidance to the country programme development. Successfully managed internal and external relationships including those with donors, partners, and collaborators with full involvement of the Country Director.
The Most Promising Presenter
AMREF Head Quarters,2012
Mulatu T. (2003). An Assessment of Sociocultural Factors that Affect Female Academic Performance.
Mulatu T.,Yousuf J.,Haregu T.,Seyoum D. (2012). Contribution of Traditional Birth Attendants to the Formal Health Sector in Ethiopia. Pan African medical Journal.
Long L.,Mulatu T. (2013). Getting Community Level Trainings Right. Africa Health Journal
Mulatu T. (2013). The Potential Role of mLearning in the Health Science Colleges of Ethiopia.
Mulatu T. (2014). The Post-2015 Health development Agenda: What fits Best for Africa?