Ousmane Niang

Work History

Work History

M&E Programme Manager

Aug 2012 - Aug 2015
Centre for International Dialogue and Cooperation (CID- RLS) (Southern Africa Regional Office - Johannesburg)
  • Support development of M&E framework (Result Chain)
  • Develop and facilitate discussions around Programme Objectives/key indicators /Outcomes/Impacts/Risks/Assumptions/Guiding questions and means of assessment
  • Develop and share practical measuring instruments and reporting tools (monitoring plan, planning scheme, narrative monitoring report, Interviews checklists, Project information, forms)
  • Responsible of data integration into M&E software IPAS NAVISION
  • Develop tools for programme systematic review and research synthesis
  • Report to Head Quarter and German Cooperation Ministry (BMZ) on Regional Programme Performance
  • Participate in writing of proposal to German Development Ministry (BMZ)

M&E Programme Manager

Jan 2010 - Jul 2012
Centre for International Dialogue and Cooperation (CID- RLS)               (West Africa Regional Office - Johannesburg
  • Support development of M&E framework (Result Chain)
  • Develop and facilitate discussions around Programme Objectives/key indicators /Outcomes/Impacts/Risks/Assumptions/Guiding questions and means of assessment
  • Develop and share practical measuring instruments and reporting tools (monitoring plan, planning scheme, narrative monitoring report, Interviews checklists, Project information, forms)
  • Responsible of data integration into M&E software IPAS NAVISION
  • Develop tools for programme systematic review and research synthesis
  • Report to Head Quarter and German Cooperation Ministry (BMZ) on Regional Programme Performance
  • Participate in writing of proposal to German Development Ministry (BMZ)

Monitoring and Evaluation Officer

Sep 2006 - Dec 2009
Italian NGO CISV 

ITALIE CILSS Fund to combat desertification for poverty reduction in the sahel in Louga (Senegal)

  • Work closely with the National Steering Committee and national M&E staff to review programme performance and propose adjustments
  • Organize evaluation visits, project capitalization, data validation and discussions workshops
  • Ensure that local staff and partners are trained and prepared to fulfil specific reporting roles
  • Coordinate closely with national steering Committee (comite de pilotage) for data planning, identification of data sources, and collection of data for monitoring purposes
  • Drafted evaluation Terms of Reference and assist external evaluators in the implementation of external evaluations
  • Monitoring and following up progress on various proposals, meetings, reports, working papers etc. with concerned organizations

Technical Assistant

2002 - 2004
UN HABITAT / IAGU  
  • Conception and participative planning of municipality proposals
  • Coordination of inter institutional communication with international and national partners and donors
  • Coordination of the Agenda 21 local on Water and Waste Management
  • Monitoring of the different NGO actions in the municipality
  • Collect and updating of urban data basis

Project Assistant

2000 - 2001
UNICEF / Enda Tiers Monde 

WASH (Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene) Programme in fifteen rural areas in Senegal

  • Ensure coordination of local facilitators activities
  • Organize project data base and summary documents
  • Ensure monitoring of cities documentation in WASH situation
  • Organize evaluation visits, project capitalization, data validation and discussions workshops

Area of qualification 

  • Results Based Management
  • Environment Impact Assesment
  • Water and Sanitation
  • Agenda 21 local and Community participation
  • Rural Development and decentralization
  • Knowledge transmission
  • MDG Localisation,  and Sustainable Human Development

Education

Education

Certificate 

Aug 2006 - Sep 2006
University Montreal / University Dschang

Certificate in Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA)

 

Certificate 

Aug 2004 - Aug 2005
INWENT / GERMANY

Advanced one year-training programme in Local “Agenda 21 and Sustainable Development in practice

Msaster in Geography 

Oct 1995 - Jul 2001
University Gaston Berger - Saint Louis Senegal 

Skills

Skills

  • Strong Knowledge on Planning Monitoring Evaluation (PME) «Results Based Management, effect-oriented, participative planning, monitoring and evaluation (WOP PME) »
  • Strong knowledge in Evidence Synthesis : research synthesis and systematic review
  • Good command in statistical software SSPS, SPHINX, STATA
  • Member of Centre for Learning on Evaluation and Results – Anglophone Africa (CLEAR-AA) – South Africa
  • Knowledge on Integrated Water Resources Management (IRWM)
  • Good command in "community conversations tools’’ United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and Urban Management Programme (UMP)
  • Good command in SCP tools (Sustainable Cities Programme) of strategic and action planning, developed by United Nations of Human Settlements (UN HABITAT) and the United Nations of Environment Programme (UNEP)
  • Strong Knowledge in strategic planning: Management of constraints, MARP, SARAR, Stakeholders analysis, Zopp, plea techniques, Open Space, World Café…..
  • Good Command of the World Bank and EU Procedure in the Development Programme of local Governments
  • Member on Africa Groundwater Network (AGW – NET) building capacity for improved groundwater at all levels, advocacy for wise and sustainable use and protection of groundwater and integration of groundwater management with surface water.
  • Member of German Alumni Water Network (GAWN Germany), a German Association for Water, Waste water and Waste in synergy with the German Water Partnership.
  • Alumni of German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD)
  • Adviser of « Alliance Internationale pour les objectifs du Millenaire pour le Developpement » (AIOMD) – West Africa – DakarC

Text Section

Publication and articles

  • November 2013: Renewable Energy: A new Coalition for Solar power cooperatives in Mauritius- RLS Foundation, 3 pages
  • February 2012: OMD au Senegal : bilan d’etape des differents strategies d’intervention; AIOMD - Dakar, 10 pages  
  • August 2007: Millenium villages in Louga: an operational component for MDG in Senegal; CISV, Municipality of Louga (Senegal), 6 pages
  • Juin 2006 : Le peril plastique au Senegal: modes d’utilisation, perceptions et initiatives dans la gestion des sachets plastiques a Dakar – ONG CISV – 79 pages
  • Juillet 2005: Dechets urbains et developpement local - NGO CISV, 47 pages
  • Avril 2004: The participative method like level of developing initiatives in urban area; Italian Cooperation, NGO CISV, Town of Turin, University of Turin ; « Rifiuti urbani e sviluppo locale », 23 pages
  • February 2002 : Environnent Profile of Louga – Senegal, IAGU, UN HABITAT, 86 pages

Recent Evaluation Study

  • May 2014: Outcome Evaluation of Masifunde Project “ Programme of Local Government Education and Service Delivery in Eastern Cape – South Africa

Main seminars and conferences

  • (CLEAR-AA): Eval-Africa Seminar on the Challenges of Evidence Synthesis – Wits School of Governance – Johannesburg - 03 June 2015
  • LEAD INTERNATIONAL: Part of 80 emerging Leaders recruited worldwide to receive training for 50 days spread over a 12 month duration in Senegal and South Africa. The skill building process consist of developing expertise in Team Building, Leadership Development, Cross-cultural Communication, Systems Thinking, Negotiation & Problem Solving Skills, Stakeholder Engagement and Consensus Building all of which promote sustainable development. 2010
  • UN-Water: seminar, “Institutional Capacity Development on Water Management, Water Supply and Sanitation”; UNW-DPC and DWA (German Association for Water, Waste Water and Waste); Munich (Germany); 13 – 17 September 2010
  • FIESS 2011: International Forum on Social and solidarity economy - Montréal, Canada; October 2011
  • National Forum on challenges concerning agriculture and rural development : peasants proposal for land reform in Senegal, CNCR, IPAR, CONGAD, Dakar, 13 – 14 February 2012
  • Leadership Program for Promoting Policies Linking the Environment and Health in Africa; “ Help research to find Health” IRDC, LEAD Africa, Senegal Health Ministry; 27 September – 2 October 2010
  • « LES OBJECTIFS DU MILLENAIRE POUR LE DEVELOPPEMENT : Main challenges before 2015 » Alliance Internationale pour les Objectifs du Millénaire ; Geneva (Suisse) ; 20 – 23 Janvier 2010
  • Seminar „ Lokale Agenda 21 – Environment and Health „ Deutsches Institut für Urbanistik (Berlin); Agenda Transfer Gmbh (Bonn); Institut für Medizin –Soziologie am Universitätklinikum (Hamburg); Umweltbundesamt; April 2005; Ernst Reuter Haus; Berlin
  • Internationale Konferenz: new strategies in the pipeline? kommerzialisierung der wasserversorgung im Südlichen Afrika, Privatization of water in Southern Africa, Februar 2005, Gustav-Stresemann-Institut, Bonn (Deutschland), Inwent, Brot für die Welt, ENDS, Umwelt und Entwicklung
  • Siemens Forum: New Technologies for Environment, Janvier 2004, München (Deutschland); SIEMENS

Languages

Wolof                                 (Mother tongue)  

French                               Fluent

English                              Fluent

German                            Fluent

Reference

Mrs Ulrike Ramlow
Monitoring & Evaluation Expert

Beratung & Entwicklung
lokdepot 3
10965 berlin – Germany

Tel:      + 49 (0) 30 78 99 14 12

            + 49 (0) 30 78 99 14 11
            + 49 (0) 179 396 53 77

Email: post@ulrikeramlow.org

 

Mrs Simona Guida

International Italian NGO CISV 

Corso Chieri 121/6 - 10132 Torino

Tel: 00 39 (0)11 8993823 – Fax: 00 39 (0)11 8994700

Email: s.guida@cisvto.org

 

Dr Armin Osmanovic

CID- RLS Southern Africa Director

Tel : 00 27 11 447 5222

Email:  armin@rosalux.co.za  

Mr Marius Dia   

Technical Coordinator 

Cadre National de Concertation des Ruraux

BP: 249 Dakar, SENEGAL

Tél + 221 33 8277453 /+221 77 6510834

Fax  + 33 860 51 33

Email : marius.dia@cncr.org