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CURRICULUM VITAE of Dr.MD.

Abdul Hakim Mondal


1. NAME : Dr.MD. Abdul Hakim Mondal Ph.D.
3. Short Name : Dr. M. A. Hakim @Dr Neem Hakim
4. Date of Birth : 06 June 1963
5. Nationality : Bangladeshi
6. PERSONAL ADDRESS :
A. PRESENT House # 497, Road # 33 (Ground Floor)
New D.O.H.S., Dhaka-1206, Bangladesh
TELEPHONE : 880-2-8856894, 01711532308
FAX NO. : 880-2-8815281
E-MAIL : mahakim63@yahoo.com
B. PERMANENT : Vill: Shantimission, P.O. Baharpur
Upazila: Baliakandi, Dist: Rajbari, Bangladesh.
7. EDUCATION : Ph.D. (WIU) USA, Thesis Entitled: Socio Economic
and Cultural Changes of the Indigenous Communities of Chittagong Hill Tracts: A
Study After the Peace Accord of 1997.
Master of Social Science (M.S.S) in Social Welfare
Dhaka University, L.L.B Completed, Dhaka University
Permaculture Design Certificate Course (PDC) & Ecological Design Certificate Cou
rse ( EDC) , Australia, Ecological Town Planning,Australia,Herbalist(CCNH)USA,Ay
urvedic Physician(BD)
,
8. COMPUTER SKILL : Having good Computer literacy especially on oper
ating system, Windows based Applications like MS Word, Excel, Power Point, E-mai
l and Internet management etc.
9. LANGUAGE & DEGREE OF PROFECIENCY : Bangla Mother tongue
English Excellent
Ethnic CHT language- Verbal skills
Hindi Conversational
10. TRAINING : Participatory Project Planning, Project Design a
nd Proposal Writing, Monitoring and Evaluation, Organized by CARE-Bangladesh.
Project Proposal Writing with Logical Framework Analysis, CARE-Bangladesh
Community Development and Management Organized by COMMUNICA, Bangladesh.
Institutional Capacity Building and Functional Management, SCF, Australia.
Environment & Development, CARITAS-Development Institute (CDI)
Leadership Development, SCF Australia
Training of Trainers(TOT) on Women Rights, VERC, Dhaka
Training of Trainers (TOT) on Human Rights, HRC
Training of Trainers (TOT) on Adult Literacy, DHAKA AHSANIA MISSION (DAM)
Training of Trainers (TOT) on Adult Literacy, FIVDB
Training of Master Trainers on Post Literacy and Continuing Education Organized
by GoB/ADB/SDC
Plants Propagation, Nursery Management and Floriculture, GoB
Production of Micro Concrete Roofing (MCR) Tiles, Grupo Sofinias, Switzerland
Special Training on Natural Product Development, Neem & other Botanical Alternat
ives-ELS,Australia and CIMAP India
Value Chain Development and Management, FAO/CFC/ ICIMOD
COURSE ATTENDED : Urban Strategies, Community & Economic Development, Perm
acuture Institute of Australia (PIA)
Practical Permaculture Design Certificate Course(PDC), Permacuture Institute of
Australia (PIA)
Permaculture Design Consultants Course, Eco-logical Solutions (ELS), Australia a
nd Global Eco-village Network (GEN), Denmark
Eco village Design & Advanced Permacultrue Design Certificate Course(EDC), Globa
l Eco-village Network and Sustainable Future, Australia.
Film Appreciation Course, Bangladesh Film Institute & Archive, Ministry of Infor
mation, Government of Bangladesh
Documentary Film Making (35 MM), Sponsored by American Cultural Centre, Banglade
sh and conducted by Richard Caplan (Oscar Awarded) U.S. Film Maker.
Video Film Making Environment and Development
Sponsored by German Cultural Centre, Bangladesh; Federation of Film Societies (B
FFS) and Government of Bangladesh, Conducted by Hubbner German (Oscar Awarded) F
ilm Director.
Video Film Making on Ecology and Environment, Worldview International Foundation
(WIF) Sponsored by PRIP/PACT, U.S.A
English Language Course, YMCA.
EXPERIENCE IN SEMINAR AND WORKSHOP : INTERNATIONAL
3rd IFOAM- Asia Scientific Conference on Food Security on Harmony with Nature, Org
anized by IFOAM-Asia & University of Agriculture Science, Bangalore, India.
Grass Root Movement for Sustainable Future, MIT, PUNE, India, Organized by Inter
national Institute for Sustainable Future (IISF) & Global Eco-Village Network (G
EN).
International Conference on Sustainable Development Solidarity for the Future, BER
N, Switzerland. Organized by Swiss Coalition of Development Organizations.
Global March against Child Labour Organized by SACCS, India and ILO, Geneva, Switz
erland.
First International Conference on Eco-Materials at Havana,CUBA, Organized by Grupo
Sofinias of Switzerland and CIDEM,Cuba.
Attended a meeting on Global Environment with Under Secretary General of The Uni
ted Nations on 24 April 2001.
The International Conference on Linking Work, Skills and Knowledge: Learning for
Survival and Growth in Interlaken, Switzerland from 10-12 September 2001 organize
d by Swiss Development Cooperation (SDC).
Second International Conference on Eco-Materials in Santaclara, CUBA from 22-27 Se
ptember 2001.
Asian Co-operation Dialogue on Environmental Education Organised by The Governmen
t of Japan from June 7 to 8, 2004 at Tokyo Japan.
Workshop on Medicinal Plants & Products Organised by CFC,Netherlands and FAO at
Bangalore India from July 22-262004
Message from Asia on the Decade of Education for Sustainable Development. Organi
sed by GEA-Japan and AIT Thailand from Sept. 5-6.2004
Workshop on Community based Approaches to Education for Sustainable Development fr
om 17 & 18 January 2005, held in Delhi, India, organized by UNESCO Delhi and Ban
gkok, UNEP in Partnership with Center for Environment Education.
Seminar on Education for a Sustainable Future (ESF) organized by Center for Enviro
nment Education India in partnership with Ministry of Environment and Forest and
Ministry of Human Resource Development, UNESCO and UNEP from 19 & 20 January 20
05.
Workshop on Regional Strategy for the Decade of Education for Sustainable Develop
ment in Asia-Pacific from 1 to 3 February 2005 held in Bangkok, Thailand, organiz
ed by UNESCO Bangkok, UNEP, UNU and supported by the Japan Ministry of Education
, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology.
Workshop on Sharing wise practices in quality Production and Sustainable Manageme
nt of Medicinal and Aromatic Plants in South Asia on 20-21 April 2005 held in New
Delhi, India organized by Medicinal and Aromatic Plants Program in Asia (MAPPA)
in close collaboration with the National Medicinal Plants Board (NMPB), India a
nd The Energy Research Institute (TERI)
Workshops on Fund Raising Capacity Development of the MAPPA Partners in South & S
outheast Asia, on 22-23 April 2005 held in New Delhi, India organized by Medicina
l and Aromatic Plants Program in Asia (MAPPA) in close collaboration with the Na
tional Medicinal Plants Board (NMPB), India and theTATA Energy Research Institut
e (TERI)
Workshop on Mainstreaming Gender in Medicinal and Aromatic PlantsKathmandu,Nepal f
rom 10-12,December,2007 organised by ARID,MAPPA,CEGG and ICIMOD
Study Visit on Flower, Foliage and Ornamental Plants at Beijing and Cunming,Chin
a from 17-27 November,2008, organised by EPB,Govt. of Bangladesh
Intellectual Property Rights: Global Scenario, Organized by World Intellectual P
roperty Organization( WIPO)
NATIONAL:
Seminar on Urban Environment, Organized by LIFE, UNDP
Education and Training Material Development, Dhaka Ahsania Mission (DAM)
Seminar on Eco-village Concept & Permaculture Organized by Global Eco-village Netw
ork (GEN) & Bangladesh Eco-Village Network (BEN)
Vision, Mission Strategic Planning Workshop of DUS-Bangladesh, Organized by DUS-
Bangladesh and Moderated by Action Aid Bangladesh.
Workshop on Working Children in Bangladesh and their Future. Organized by BSAF,
UNECEF & ILO.
APHD-Hongkong, Partners Workshop, Organized by CARITAS-Bangladesh & AHPD-Hongkon
g.
Child Abuse and Child Trafficking in Bangladesh, Organized by UNICEF & RADDA BUR
NEN.
Domestic Child Labor and Planning for Them Organized by SCF-Australia and ANTISL
AVERY International (UK)
Preparing Country Paper on World Earth Summit on Environment and Development (RI
O), 1992
Road to Cairo World Women Conference, Organized by Khan Foundation
Strategic Planning workshop of Bangladesh Shisu Audhikar Forum ((BSAF) Organized
by UNICEF & BSAF
Workshop on Evaluation of the Save the Children Fund (SCF)-Australia Funded IGA
Project, organized by SCF- Australia.
Discussion on Draft Report of Environmental law, Organized by BELA.
Education and Livelihood Skills for Adolescent Drop-outs and Non-enrolled, organ
ized by Centre for Mass Education and Science (CMES)
Popular Theatre of Street Children organized by Moitree Porishod & SCF-UK
Organization Development & Management (ODM), Organized by IVS, USA.
Seed Production, Processing and Preservation, Organized by DAE & BARC.
Social Forestry, Department Forest, Government of Bangladesh
Plant Propagation and Management, Department Forest, Government of Bangladesh
Production of Flowers and Ornamental Plants, Department of Arboriculture, Gover
nment of Bangladesh
National Policy Forum on the Use of Intellectual Property for Technological Capa
city Building, Economic Growth and Development, Organized by: Govt. of Banglades
h and World Intellectual Property Organization
( WIPO).
11. MEMEBR OF PROFE-
SSIONAL SOCIETY : 1. Chairman, Bangladesh Neem Foundation
2. Member, Save the Earth International
3. Chairman, standing committee for Herbal medicine and products. FBCCI
4. EC member, Medicinal Plants and Herbal Products Business Promotional Cou
ncil, Ministry of Commerce
5. Member, Advisory Committee of Traditional Medicine, Ministry of Heath
6. Member, Technical Committee of Bangladesh Standard Testing Institute (
BSTI) Ministry of Industry.
7. Member, Global Eco-Village Network, Denmark
8. Member Eco-South Network.
12. COUNTRIES OF WORK EXPERIENCE : BANGLADESH, AUSTRALIA, QATAR, MALAYSIA.
13. EMPLOYMENT RECORD :
FROM 1 MARCH 2009 TIL DATE
EMPLOYER BANGLADESH NEEM FOUNDATION
POSITION CHIEF EXECUTIVE OF THE LIVELIHOOD PROMOTION PROJECT OF THE INDI
GENOUS COMMUNITIES OF CHITTAGONG HILL TRACTS: FUNDED BY: FAO/CFC/ICIMOD/ GOB.
DESCRIPITION OF DUTIES *Responsible for preparing monitoring and evaluation to
ols and reports for research and project activities
* Benefit monitoring and evaluation (BME)
*Conduct socio-economic study through data collection and analysis
*Prepare study reports on Medicinal Plants.
*Setup qualitative and quantitative indicators of monitoring the community devel
opment projects.
* Prepare annual ,mid-term and project completion report reports
*Develop methodologies to monitor the Medicinal Plants projects.
*Prepare work plan and checklist.
*Assess and identify training needs, develop training manuals, modules, and trai
ning aids and conduct training.
FROM MARCH 01,2008 FEBRUARY 28, 2009
EMPLOYER SYNRIX INNOVATIONS, MALAYSIA
POSITION Consultant
DESCRIPITION OF DUTIES * Prepare natural resources monitoring database
* Data collection and analysis on socio-economic development project
* Institutional capacity building.
*Support development of management information system (MIS) database for the Pro
ject
* Analyze data on implementation progress,
* Coordination and networking
* Prepare project completion report.
FROM 3 JANUARY 2006 TO 02 JANUARY 2008
EMPLOYER AL SULAITEEN AGRICULTURAL & INDUSTRIAL COMPLEX, QATAR
POSITION Technical Advisor
DESCRIPITION OF DUTIES *Look after landscaping
*Plant propagation and Nursery management
*Business development and networking
*Promotion of Neem and other medicinal plants in the state of Qatar and Gulf Reg
ion.
* Expansion of business in all over GCC countries.
FROM 21 SEPTEMBER 2004 TO 31 AUGUST 2005
EMPLOYER URBAN GOVERNANCE AND INFRASTRUCTURE IMPROVEMENT PROJECT, LOCAL
GOVERNMENT ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT, FUNDED BY ASIAN DEVELOPMENT BANK(ADB)
POSITION Community Development Expert Monitoring and Evaluation Consultan
t
DESCRIPITION OF DUTIES Develop system to monitor the community developm
ent activities at the Municipality level
Identify qualitative and quantitative indicators of monitoring the community dev
elopment activities;
Develop formats, tools and methodologies to monitor the community development pr
ogram
Prepare work plan consistent with ME Teams/PMOs work plan
Identify training needs, develop training module and train the concerned PMO and
facilitators on monitoring the community development activities under UGIAP;
Train the relevant PIU staff in establishing and managing the monitoring activit
ies in the area of community mobilization as related to UGIAP;
Develop massage for mass communication regarding UGIAP, local governance, transp
arency, environment etc. with focus on community participation and perception;
Provide inputs into the process of base-line survey, household survey, special i
mpact assessment etc with focus on community participation and perception;
Collect relevant information, conduct analysis and prepare reports (as part of M
E) for the management;
FROM JANUARY2001 JUNE 30,2004
EMPLOYER BANGLADESH TELEVISION
POSITION Presenter, Researcher, Planner and Scriptwriter
DESCRIPITION OF DUTIES Presenting a 25 minutes program titled Prokrity O Jibon
(Nature and Life). This program covers- socio-economy and bio-diversity. Its als
o inc s different aspects of organic agriculture, plants, animals and humans alte
rnative livelihood and best practices in different cultures, religions as well a
s tribal communities, ecology.
FROM OCTOBER 1998 SEPTEMBER 2000
EMPLOYER DEVELOPMENT, RESEARCH, EDUCATION, EVALUATION & MATERIAL SERVICE
S (DREAMS). CONSULTING FARM
POSITION Community Development Expert
DESCRIPITION OF DUTIES *Responsible for preparing monitoring and evaluation to
ols and reports.
*Conduct socio-economic study through data collection.
*Prepare study reports.
*Setup qualitative and quantitative indicators of monitoring the community devel
opment projects.
*Develop methodologies to monitor the community development projects.
*Prepare work plan and checklist.
*Assess and identify training needs, develop training manuals, modules, and trai
ning aids and conduct training.
FROM MAY1996 JUNE 1998
EMPLOYER BANGLADESH ECO-VILLAGE NETWORK
POSITION COUNTRY COORDINATOR.
DESCRIPITION OF DUTIES Responsible for assessing the performance of Project Co
ordinators in planning activities of the project, identifying areas of action th
at need to be addressed in this part of assignment, identifying monitoring param
eters and indicators to ensure proper implementation of the project, assessing t
he concept of community development perspective of Bangladesh with particular pr
eference in urban areas, ensuring routine monitoring of parameters/indicators id
entified and agreed upon, analyzing information/ data and prepare report incorpo
rating comments of the other professionals, assisting preparation of training ma
nuals and materials relevant to implementation of project, planning and organizi
ng workshop / seminars.
FROM MAY1994 TO APRIL 1996
EMPLOYER DEVELOPMENT RESEARCH EDUCATION EVALUATION AND MATERIALS SERVICE
S (DREAMS)
POSITION Community development specialists.
DESCRIPITION OF DUTIES Responsible for assessing the community involvement in
on going projects, assessment of gender participation. Reviewing relevant docume
nts and literature pertaining to gender in development, human resource developme
nt, contributing in community development.
FROM JANUARY 1991 TO APRIL1994
EMPLOYER DESH UNNAYAN SAMAJ-BANGLADESH (DUS-BANGLADESH)
POSITION Chairman
DESCRIPITION OF DUTIES Responsible for
* Policy making, planning and lobbying.
*Reviewing the approach, implementation procedures and interim impact of the cre
dit and community development components.
*Assess the implementation mechanisms as followed to fulfill the stipulations pr
ovided in the AR and satisfy the targeting requirements and viability considerat
ions
*Assess the effectiveness of the project adopted by DUS the creditor and communi
ty developments components
FROM JULY 1988 TO
EMPLOYER
POSITION
DESCRIPITION OF DUTIES DECEMBER 1990
BANGLADESH ASSOCIATION FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT (BASD).
Director (Planning and Implementation)
*Design, Planning and Implementation of Community Development Programmes.
*Prepare questionnaire and checklist for RRA, Develop study methodology and desi
gn survey strategy.
*Conduct socio-economic and house hold survey.
*Monitoring and evaluation of ongoing and implemented project.
*Preparation of various reports and formats.
FROM MARCH 1986 TO JUNE1988
EMPLOYER DESH UNNAYAN SAMAJ-BANGLADESH (DUS-BANGLADESH)
POSITION Project Coordinator
DESCRIPITION OF DUTIES Overall coordination, Identifying training need, develo
p training module, conduct training, monitoring the community development activi
ties, liaison with donor, Govt. and non-Govt. organizations, report to donors, e
tc.
FROM MARCH 1984 TO FEBRUARY 1986
EMPLOYER DESH UNNAYAN SAMAJ-BANGLADESH (DUS-BANGLADESH)
POSITION CHIEF TRAINER
DESCRIPITION OF DUTIES Responsible for conducting need assessment developing c
urriculum, lesson plan, video film , slide and flip chart, imparting training on
community management involving women groups , follow up, program evaluation and
preparation of reports. Also responsible for organizing and conducting training
of mid-level managers of Govt and NGOs on development of communication skills,
communication research methodology, material development, trainers training and
participatory video production.
FROM JANUARY 1983 TO DECEMBER 1983
EMPLOYER PROVA
POSITION Program Organizer
DESCRIPITION OF DUTIES Responsible for mobilizing community, implementing comm
unity based non-formal education including skills training, increasing womens par
ticipation in the development activities and decision making process, undertakin
g income generating activities and reduce womens economic vulnerability, developi
ng nursery, undertake fish cultivation, modernization of agriculture, cattle, go
at and poultry rearing training, operating credit, creating marketing facilities
, undertaking children education program.
14. SHORT TERM PROJECT EXPERIENCE : ? Neem Research & Extensio
n supported by BCSIR, Ministry of Science & Technology
? Research and Development of Neem Products with BCSIR, Ministry of Scienc
e & Technology
? Management of Micro Concrete Roofing (MCR) Tiles Production and Training
, GTZ, DESWOS, Germany and Grupo Sofinias of Switzerland.
? Successfully organize Global March 2000 to Save the Earth.
? Networking with NGOs and Business Organizations, Political and Religious
Organizations.
? Management of Aquaculture, Poultry and Livestock Development and Managem
ent Project.
? Organized First International Conference on Bangladesh Environment. Init
iated by POROSH/Bangladesh Poribesh Abdolan (BAPA), BEN & many Other Organizatio
ns.
? Coordinate Save Buriganga Movement Organized by POROSH/Bangladesh Poribesh
Abdolan (BAPA).
? First National Conference on Sunderbans Save Sunderbans Organized by PORO
SH/ Bangladesh Poribesh Abdolan (BAPA).
? Paper presenter in International Conference on Linking Work, Skills, and
Knowledge: Learning for Survival and Growth in Interlaken, Switzerland organize
d by Swiss Development & Cooperation (SDC) from 10-12 September 2001.
? Organized First National Conference on NEEM, Theme- Neem: A Tree for the
21st Century. Jointly Initiated by Bangladesh Neem Foundation and Bangladesh Co
uncil of Scientific and Industrial Research (BCSIR), Dhaka. From 3-5 November 20
01
? Organized Second National Conference on NEEM, Theme: Neem in Poverty All
eviation. Jointly Initiated by Bangladesh Neem Foundation and Bangladesh Council
of Scientific and Industrial Research (BCSIR), Dhaka. From 31 December 2003- 1
January 2004.
? Organized First National Conference of Traditional Healers 2-30 Novembe
r 2007
? Organized Dhaka International Green Trade , Environment and Ecotourism
Fair 2010
15. SKILL : ? Development and commercial consultancy,
Planning, implementation, monitoring and evaluation
of community development project
? Institutional development
? National ,regional and international networking
? Training module development and conduct training
? Free hand project proposal writing
? Free hand-report writing, preparation of survey and monitoring forms and
formats
? Functional management and coordination
? Documentary film making on development, ecology and environment
? Natural and environmental health
? Eco-village and Permaculture design
? Action Research
? Herbs cultivation, processing and products development
? Organic food production
? Process development and formulation of Herbal Cosmetics and Toiletries,
Pharmaceuticals and Drugs, Food and Dietary Supplements, Organic Fertilizer and
Pesticides.
? Healing through Naturopathy and Permatherapy.
16. EXPERIENCE WITH ADB/WORLD BANK : Public Toilet cum Bio-Gas Plant,
PIT Latrine and Hygiene Education, Funded by Asian Development Bank (ADB) & Loc
al Government Engineering Department (LGED)
Occupational Skill Training of School Dropout Girls, Funded by FSSAP, Ministry o
f Education, funded by ADB/World Bank.
Monitoring of Post Literacy and Continuing Education for Human Development Projec
t-1 funded by GoB, ADB,DFID, World Bank & SDC
Implementation of Post Literacy and Continuing Education for Human Development Pr
oject-1 funded by GoB, ADB,DFID, World Bank & SDC
Working as a consultant of the project Urban Governance and Infrastructure Improv
ement Project implemented by LGED, Funded by ADB.
17. PRE-OCCUPATION : ? Community organization, journalism and w
riting.
? Organization development & management.
18. FIELD OF INTEREST : Research, Rural and community developme
nt, business development, development of bio-products, environment, bio-diversit
y and ecology, human resource & sustainable development, medicinal plants, natur
al health permatherpy and herbalism.
19. RESEARCH WORK DONE : ? Socio-economic and Agro-ecologic
al Survey of the Indigenous Communities of Chittagong Hill Tracts.FAO/CFC/ICIMOD
/GoB
? Value Chain Analysis and Market Development of the Agricultural Products
Produced by the Indigenous Communities of Chittagong Hill Tracts.FAO/CFC/ICIMOD
/GoB
? Survey on Dhaka City Corporation and Narayangonj District Slum Adolescen
t Girls, DUS-Bangladesh.
? Survey on Dhaka City Slum Dwellers, DUS-Bangladesh.
? Male Attitude for Women Health, Dhaka University and Bangladesh Women He
alth Coalition (BWHC)
? Social Rehabilitation of Poor Diabetic Patients, BIRDEM, Dhaka Universit
y.
? Practical Research on Street Hawkers of Dhaka City, Dhaka University.
? Baseline Survey for Renovation of Typical Village as Eco-village, DANIDA
, ISDCM & DUS-Bangladesh.
? Socio-Economic Survey of the Project Beneficiaries of DUS-Bangladesh, FU
NDED BY- CANADA FUND, SCF-AUSTRAIA, APHD HONGKONG AND CARITAS- BANGLADESH
? Neem Research & Extension supported by BCSIR, Ministry of Science & Tech
nology
? Research and Development of Neem Products with BCSIR, Ministry of Scienc
e & Technology
20. PUBLICATIONS : ? Poverty, environment and peace(Bengali)
? Bishwa Bhabna-social analysis of economics, politics and peace (Bengali)
? Shata Praner Sanglap- Poem on disadvantaged groups (Bengali)
? All About Good Health- health related awareness & information (Bengali).
? Poverty reduction and economic development through Neem- cultivation man
agement and medicinal uses (Bengali)
? Poverty reduction and economic development of the indigenous communities
through medicinal plants cultivation management and uses (Bengali)
? Cultivation, management and usages of medicinal plants( Bengali)
? Catalogue of medicinal plants of Bangladesh( English)
21. AWARD RECEIVED : ? Rotary International Vocational Award of
2001 by Rotary International for Innovative Business Development for the Poor
? Shilpacharzo Zainal Abedin National Award- 2003, Shilpacharzo Jaynul Abe
den Sriti Porishad.
22. REFERENCE : 1. Professor Dr. Ainun Nishat
Vice Chancellor, BRAC University
and
Adviser, IUCN-Bangladesh