Advisory Committee

Member Advisory committee
1. Mr. Jamil Ahmad
2. Mr. Hafiz Wasi Mohammad Khan
3. Mr. Fawad Usman Ali

Mr. Jamil Ahmad – is working as an independent consultant since August 2011. He carries over 18 years of hands on experience in microfinance and economic growth. He worked with reputed Rural Support Programs, NGOs, MFIs, MFBs and international consulting organization, at management, senior advisor and consultant positions.

He groomed himself in program design, institutional development, research & product development, strategy review/development, business planning, monitoring & evaluation, institution assessments, risk management framework, systems and procedures, project completion reports, trainings and capacity building and community development.

By education; Mr. Ahmad is a Certified Management Accountant (FCMA), CFC and holds MBA degree with concentration in Islamic Finance and project management. He attended various national and international courses including MFT Boulder Training in 2006 and monitoring and evolution at LUMS. In addition, Mr. Ahmad is a certified microfinance trainer and is an accredited SMART assessor.

Contact Info
Cell: 0300-555-3584
Skype: jamil.ahmad66

Hafiz Wasi Mohammad Khan – He is one of the most legendary personalities in the field of livestock and agriculture in Pakistan and he has international fame and a position of respect and prestige. He is
involved in livestock sciences and research at all levels of government, multinational, universities and research institutes, He is himself an academy for his subject.

He did his M.Sc. (Hons) in Agri from UAF, Lahore, Pakistan in 1975. He did his B.Sc. (Hons) from Agri from UAF, Lahore, Pakistan in 1972 and he did LLB from UK in 1981


• Project Executive, Punjab Livestock @ Dairy Development Board 2012-2013
• Head of agri Division & Farm advisory Services at SolveAgriPak 2010 to date
• Livestock consultant living dairies pvt. ltd lahore & DELAVAL,Pakistan 2008- 2010
• Controller Agri. services in Haleeb Foods Ltd 2007-2008
• General Manager Sitara Chemicals (Agri division) 2005-2007
• CEO Green Sands Livestock Farms, Jhang 2000-2005
• Project Manager Al Emar Group Saudi Arabia 1988-2000
• Project Manager, Baraka Livestock Farms Nairobi, Kenya 1978-1986

Project Handling

• Project Executive Silage Promotion, Punjab Livestock dairy Development Board, 2012-13
• Solve Agri. Pak (Pvt) Ltd 2010 till date, Designation: Head of agri Div. & Controller Farm Advisory
• Green Sand Livestock farms Jhang (Own project)
• Project Manager Al Emar Group Saudi Arabia 1988-2000. It is a world renowned project in milk production, livestock fattening and Livestock Breeding
• Project Manager, Baraka Livestock Farms Nairobi, Kenya 1978-86

Memnerships and honorable positions
1. President Students Union (University of Agri.) (1973-74)
2. Member Chancellors Committee University of Agri. (1973-74)
3. Gold Medalist in Intervarsity debates (1972-73)
4. Three times winner of FIRST award by FAO in animal Production/fighting against Hunger and Poverty in Kenya (1982, 83 &84)
5. Shield holder from different Universities in appreciation of
6. Services in livestock production in Pakistan
7. Registered as resourceful person by SMEDA, UVAS, UAF & Agribusiness Support Fund
8. Faculty member in two faculties of Agri University, Faisalabad (Faculty of animal Husbandry & continuing Education)
9. Member Board of Studies UAF, Faculty of agriculture
10. Writer of different articles in national and International Magazines about livestock and Crop Production
11. Permanent contributor in Kissan Risala, Nidai e Kisan. Daily Jang, Daily Express. Daily Nawa e Waqt and Dawn as well as on Royal TV and Punjab TV
12. I have full command in writing of English n Urdu especially on the topics related to Agriculture and livestock.
13. President Pakistan agriculture Scientists Forum Pakistan (2007_Todate)

Contact Info
Cell: +92-3008-497959

Fawad Usman Ali – He was born in 1957 and did B.Sc. Electrical Engineering (1975-80) from University of Engg. & Tech., Lahore, Pakistan

Professional Experience
CEO/Director Planning Research & Development
Sudhaar Society, Lahore

Dec 1994-onwards

Managed a wide range of programs on child labor, formal and non-formal education between 1995-2007. Introduced the concept of School Development Plans, Markaz and District Education Plans. Designed M&E systems and children tracking databases. Developed vocational training programs working with Punjab TEVTA and PVTC. Worked with Education, Literacy and Community Development Departments, teachers unions, trade unions and employers’ associations. Other innovative approaches introduce included Child Focused EMIS, various models on child labor prevention and withdrawal, and influencing child protection policies and plans of ILO, ESRA, and Government of Punjab

Advisor Computers

Energy Loss Reducation Program, EBASCO-AEPES-ITECO: US based consortium of three companies -deputed by FACE Ltd and Abacus Ltd

Apr 1986-Nov 1994

Load forecasting using mini-computer based CADPAD software; development of personal computer based engineering and other software; training of WAPDA staff; member of bid evaluation teams for procurements of mini and micro computers and peripherals for over US$ 3.5 m. Part of national study on impact of load-shedding and power breakdowns on industry in Pakistan.

Divisional Engineer
Imperial Construction Company (Pvt) Limited

Mar 1982-Mar 1986

Development and application of database intensive management, personnel, payroll software; project planning, budgeting and monitoring; providing IT support to the head office team in Lahore.

Sales Engineer

We Brothers Scientific Works

Sales and service of electronic diagnostic equipment.

Selected Consultancies/Assignments

• Developing Teacher Education Strategy for FATA under the Teacher Education Program implemented by EDC/USAID. Includes analysis of overall school educational system and teacher education in FATA; Reforms, Strategies and Activities for Pre-Service and In-Service TE; M&E Plan and Work Plan. Feb-Mar 10, 2013

• Developed Teacher Education Strategy for Khyber Pakhtunkhwa under the Teacher Education Program implemented by EDC/USAID. Includes analysis of overall school educational system and teacher education system in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa since 1990; Reforms, Strategies and Activities for Pre-Service and In-Service TE; M&E Plan and Work Plan. The document has been approved by the Government of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. Sep-Nov 2013

• Documented work done by Directorate of Curriculum & Teacher Education (DCTE) Abbotabad and Provincial Institute for Teachers’ Education (PITE) Peshawar; Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. This included SWOT Analysis and recommendations for qualitative upgrading of both the institutions. The assignments were done under the STEP program implemented by UNESCO/USAID. 2008

• Developed District Education Plans for Kasur, Sheikhupura, Nankana, Jhang, Muzaffargarh, Rajanpur, Muzaffarabad, Bagh, Gwadar, Hyderabad, Shangla, Sialkot, and Kech with situation analysis and budgeting. 2002-2008

• Developed manual for EFA Planning comprising Primary Education, NFE and Literacy for Punjab Government. The manual included guidelines and tools for School Development Plans, District Education Plans, and Provincial EFA Plans. 2004

• Impact Study of Madrassah Mainstreaming Project (primary education for madrassah students). Commissioned by Save the Children-Sweden. 2010

• Project evaluations:
1) MIED-PLAN International’s School Improvement Program in Chakwal, Punjab. 2009
2) SDC-ILO’s project on Combating Child Labor thru Education and Training in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (Phase I II and III). 2002-2006
3) ILO’s program on Elimination of Bonded Labor Project (PEBLIP) Project. 2008

• Designed proposals to combat child labor for three major projects including M&E Framework:
1) Addressing Child Labor thru ‘Quality Education for All’ thru various interventions including non-formal education, literacy, vocational training and working with government educational system in three districts of Punjab. US Department of Labor/Save the Children-UK. US$ 5.0 million. 2002
2) Time Bound Program to Eliminate Worst Forms of Child Labor thru various interventions including non-formal education, literacy, vocational training and working with government educational system in six districts all over Pakistan. US Department of Labor/ILO. US$ 4.0 million. 2003
3) Program to Eliminate Worst Forms of Child Labor thru various interventions including non-formal education, literacy, vocational training and working with government educational system in two districts in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Punjab. European Community/ILO. Euro 5.0 million. 2005

• Developed field research based feasibility, conducted institutional capacity of Sindh Education Foundation and developed program document for establishing Child Labor Prevention/Rehabilitation Center (Including education, literacy and vocational training components. The center has been functional from the year 2000-2013). 1999

• Developed M&E Framework comprising LFA, PMP and Data Tracking Document for ICMC and partner organizations (SRSP, SPO) for their project supporting EVIs in earthquake affected areas (Muzaffarabad, Mansehra). Provided follow up support in implementing the Monitoring Plan. 2006

• Finalized baseline study report for ICMC for a project in earthquake areas on social and economic uplift of the extremely vulnerable individuals. 2006

• Developed NFE Monitoring Indicators and NFE Assessment Tools for ILO and JICA. 1999, 2008

• Developed FATA Students’ Manual on Career Development & Life Skills (12 Modules) in NWFP-2010

• Developed three National Reports on Child Sexual Abuse in Pakistan with situation analysis (one of them with Anusheh Hussain of Sahil). Commissioned by Save the Children-Sweden. 2003-06

• Designed and conducted training programs on Child Protection including child labor, child sexual abuse, primary education for civil services officers, teacher education institutes, lawyers, Labor Department officials, district and provincial governments, community groups. 1996-onwards

• Conducted primary research and developed report on Monitoring System to check abusive child labor and environmental degradation in Pakistan’s Carpet Industry. As a result of the study, STEP Foundation established Pakistan office with DCHD as local partner based on the institutional capacity assessment of Pakistani NGOs This program is functional since 1996). 1996

• Design, Analysis & Reporting of Baseline Survey on socio-economic conditions in Muridke. Commissioned by ENGRO-Pakistan. 2009-10

• Consultancy assignments for World Bank to develop reports and write-ups on rural water supply projects in Sindh, KhyberPakhtunkhwa and Northern Areas through field visits, institutional assessment, seminars and workshops on urban sanitation. 1995-96

• Research study and report on institutional capacity building of more than 20 NGOs/ CBOs in Pakistan supported by South Asia Partnership-Canada. Developed evaluation framework and indicators, conducted primary research and made presentations in regional meetings. The institutional capacity assessment framework was recommended by SAP-Canada as a standard format to be adopted by all SAP organizations in South Asia.1995-96

Contact Info
Off: 563-A1 Government Employees Housing Society, Off Peco Road, Township. Lahore. Pakistan
Res: 365-F State Life Coop Society, Lahore. Pakistan
Cell: 0300-4027234

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