A propos de Hassan Ayouba

  • Date de naissance 01-09-1980
  • Niveau académique Master
  • Genre Homme
  • Lieu de naissance Galmi/Konni, Niger
  • Pays de nationalité NE
  • Pays de résidence NE
  • Situation matrimoniale Marié(e)
  • Nombre d’enfants 02
  • Département Management
  • Niveau anglais Bilingue
  • Expérience bailleur Autre
  • Autre expérience bailleur USAID,WFP,CFGB,SP Canada
  • Nombre d’années d’expérience 15
  • Pays d’expérience internationale CD
  • Pays de formation internationale NG
  • Références académiques
    Noms Contact (Email /Téléphone) 1- Professeur Israel Foumane mevak1@gmail.com / WhatsApp: +33755120211 2- Docteur Augustin Hibaile augustinhibaile@gmail.com / Cell: + 236 75 05 47 44 3- Docteur Cherif Chako chakocherif@yahoo.fr / Cell: +22796987463
  • Références professionnelles
    Noms Contact (Email /Téléphone) 1- Carl Becker, Ancien Directeur Pays de Samaritan's Purse Niger/en retraite beckercarlr@gmail.com/ +1(727)366-9784 2- John Dallmann, Ancien Directeur Pays de Samaritan's Purse Niger/ Maintenant CEO de " Engineering Ministries International" jdallmann@emiusa.org/ +1(719)-633-2078, extension 101 3- Charles Ibsen, Ancien Directeur Pays de Samaritan's Purse Niger/ Maintenant "Business Manager de Dakar Academy" charles.ibsen@dakar-academy.org/ +221 785448576

Formation

  • 2007 - En cours
    IULEAD

    PHD

    Leadership and Management of Organizations

  • 2007 - 2008
    BIGAH UNIVERSITY, NIamey Niger

    DESS

    Projects Management

  • 2001 - 2005
    Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria, Kaduna, Nigeria

    Bachelor of Science (BSc)

    International Studies

Expérience

  • 2020 - 2021
    Samaritan\'s Purse, DRC

    Director of Policy and Procedure

    As Director of Policy and Procedure, I was responsible of ensuring adherence with laws, regulatory requirements, policies and procedures, and governmental guidelines in Samaritan’s Purse Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) field office. I also oversaw financial management, Child Protection and Safeguarding, corruption and bribery, and procurement practice. Essential duties were as follows: • Provide reasonable assurance to country leadership and regional leadership that there are efficient policies and procedures in place, well understood by staff and that Samaritan’s Purse DRC conforms with all regulatory requirements • Develop, review and periodically revise a Country Plan to ensure adherence with laws, regulatory requirements, policies and procedures, and governmental guidelines • Oversee and monitor implementation of the country plan and coordinate efforts related to audits, reviews and examinations, both internal and external • Provide country leadership with guidance, advice on policy and procedure issues • Develop training programs to ensure staff have an understanding of issues of policy and procedure and corrective measures needed for non-adherence • Lead coordination of internal policy and procedure review and monitoring activities including periodic review of country office departments • Provide country and regional leadership written quarterly reports on the status of the country plan as well as steps take to correct non-adherence • Assist in investigations and audits as directed by Samaritan\'s Purse Projects Leadership • Report issues of fraud, financial mismanagement, Child Protection and Safeguarding, corruption and bribery, and procurement practice as specified in Samaritan\'s Purse Corporate Policy

  • 2019 - 2020
    Samaritan\'s Purse, Liberia

    Church Liaison

    As Church Liaison Officer, I was responsible of providing support and direction to attain the vision of strengthening the local church and missions through partnership with Samaritan’s Purse Liberia (SPL). The position included project management, networking, building relationships, and providing necessary trainings within SPL programs. I also provided motivation, encouragement and management as learning advocate to promote professional development. Essential duties were as follows: Partnership Consultant: • Develop an understanding of the history of SP Liberia desire to partner according the to the SPL vision statement • Analyze the current health of the partnership • Assess continually how all projects were collaborating with partners. • Work with the project managers on how to be more effective in their partnership. • Provide technical guidance to future projects. • Engage with the Program Development Unit (PDU) and the M&E team to substantiate findings and justify the way forward. Manage the Urban Church Development Project • Manage all project activities, operations and budget for the Urban Church Development program within the Monrovia churches. • Provide monthly reports on the activities, results, challenges and successes of the project. Learning Advocate: • Work along with the professional development committee to encourage individual professional development through the use of the POD. • Develop certificate tracks that will be made mandatory for staff to complete. • Market, encourage, advertise, and assist SPL staff in their use of the POD. • Manage new POD accounts, and POD passwords for SPL staff. • Provide regular reports on POD usage to the CD. Advisor to Security: • Provide one on one mentorship to the SPL security officers. • Plan, coordinate and implement training with the security teams in all locations.

  • 2015 - 2018
    Samaritan\'s Purse, Niger

    Deputy Country Director

    As Deputy Country Director (DCD), I was responsible to assist the Country Director (CD) in providing the overall leadership and direction of the Samaritan’s Purse (SP) in Niger. I was also responsible for overall coordination and management of all operational functions of the SP Niger office. I was also responsible to guide, train, direct and support staff in implementing efficient and economical operational support to all programs and related functions of the field office. Essential duties were as follows: 1. Deputize for the Country Director in his absence 2. Work with the CD to create and articulate a clear vision and strategy for SP in Niger. 3. Provide overall direction, coordination, and evaluation of the Operations unit within SP Niger. 4. Supervise the logistics department, ensuring a complete warehousing system is established and followed at all bases and ensuring the management and maintenance of the fixed asset inventory. 5. Manage and direct through the logistics department all of the fleet assets, which includes all vehicles and motorcycles, including accurate tracking of vehicle usage and mileage to ensure accountable allocation to appropriate budgets. 6. Regularly visit all bases ensuring operations are complying to set operational protocols and logistics are fully supporting SP Niger project efforts. 7. Provide leadership to IT department as they oversee all Information Technology Services, ensuring quality service provision to all bases. 8. Oversee management and upkeep of all SP Niger properties and premises, with a priority on repair and upkeep of expatriate housing, including expansion of properties as needed for additional expatriate staff. 9. Ensure full compliance to procurement policies and protocol, with legal and cultural requirements,financial and budgeting systems in order to effectively control and manage the operational budgets. 10. Compile quality and informative consolidated reports which could be used by management in decision making processes. 11. Manage several subordinate supervisors who supervise a number of employees in various areas of supervision (logistics, procurement, inventory, movement and IT), carrying out supervisory responsibilities in accordance with the organization’s policies and applicable laws, including interviewing, hiring, and training of employees; planning, assigning, and directing work; appraising performance; rewarding and discipline employees; addressing complaints and resolving problems. 12. Assess, manage, and report critical physical and emotional concerns of supervised staff. 13. Provide professional representation for SP with government officials, dignitaries, other Non-Governmental Organizations (NGO) and visitors as requested. 14. Monitor potential and present emergencies and keep SP informed of events, including crisis response. 15. Other responsibilities as assigned by the Country Director.

  • 2014 - 2015
    Samaritan\'s Purse, Niger

    Partner Relation Director

    As Partner Relation Director, I was responsible for the development of day-to-day partnership activities including frequent dialogue with partners, regular partner updates, and strategic partner reviews, the development, implementation, and management of Mobilization efforts, as well as any other organizational related activities as determined by the Country Director. Essential duties were as follows: 1. Develop new partnerships to increase visibility of the organization and new opportunities 2. Create and maintain the partner database. 3. Manage all programmatic aspects for existing partners, community development agents, and those who will assume leadership in their communities. a. Develop a training program and format in collaboration with Country Director and program Managers b. Create and follow an implementation plan. c. Build local partners capacity for program sustainability. d. Manage staff. e. Conduct/create baseline and follow-up tests to measure program success. 4. Create and implement a mobilization program. a. Research and design a program that will motivate partners b. Train partners on the new strategy, and support them in implementing projects in their communities. c. Provide additional trainings for action groups. 5. Develop relationships with local leaders, a. Support teaching and the building up of partner communities. b. Encourage integrity for all projects aspects. 6. Manage program finances. a. Budget management. b. Procurement plans. c. Purchase lists. d. Reporting: Field Expense Reports, Requests for Funds, and Monthly Forecasts. 7. Direct program logistics. a. Create and manage a comprehensive inventory. b. Coordinate the movement of necessary materials to the appropriate sites. 8. Coordinate the production of accurate and timely reports. a. Monthly/quarterly/annual/final project report plan updates. b. Donor reports and stories as requested. 9. With a generous and serving spirit perform all other tasks and responsibilities assigned for the benefit of Samaritan’s Purse. 10. Assess, manage, and report critical physical and emotional concerns of supervised staff.

  • 2013 - 2014
    Samaritan\'s Purse, Philippines

    DART( Disaster Assistance Response Team) and Recovery Food Assistance Program Manager

    I served in the Philippines from November 2013 to August 2014 as DART deployed for the immediate assistance to the typon Haiyan affected people in Tacloban, Leyte and the recovery phase in Eastern Samar. In Leyte, I served as Food Assistance Program Manager and covered four Municipalities: Tanauan, Palo, Pastrana and Santa Fe. In Eastern Samar, I wrote and managed a Cash For Asset Project in the municipalities of Balangkayan,Llorente,General MacArthur, Hernani and Maydolong. Because my project was the only SP project in Eastern Samar, I coordinated all the aspects : Monitoring of Field Activities,Administration, Logistics, Procurement, Finance, security ,Fleet,and the facilities. All the two projects were successful

  • 2011 - 2013
    Samaritan\'s Purse, Niger

    Programs Director

    As Programs Director, I was responsible to assist the Country Director (CD) in providing overall leadership and direction for Samaritan’s Purse programs in Niger, responsible for supporting Program Managers in the implementation of all projects which includes staff development, government and donor relations, program design and implementation, budget management, daily field operations and staff support. Essential duties were as follows: - work with the CD to create and articulate a clear vision and strategy for Samaritan’s Purse (SP) in Niger. - Work collaboratively with Program Managers to design new and continuing programs, creating budgets and developing narrative proposals. - Maintain organizational and operational policies and procedures of Samaritan\'s Purse. - Facilitate submission of monthly narrative and programmatic field reports. - Provide professional representation for SP with government officials, dignitaries, other Non-Governmental Organizations (NGO) and visitors, as requested. - Ensure SP compliance with legal and cultural requirements. - Monitor potential and present humanitarian emergencies and keep SP informed of events, including potential the programmatic response. - Provide leadership and support as assigned by the CD. - Other duties as assigned by the Country Director. - Assist all donors, and volunteers. - Be a strong model to colleagues, vendors, charitable beneficiaries, and the general public. - Assess, manage, and report critical physical and emotional concerns of supervised staff.

  • 2010 - 2011
    Samaritan\'s Purse, Niger

    Monitoring and Evaluation Manager

    As M&E Manager, I was responsible of the following: 1- Review project documents/ proposals 2- Clarify objectives, develop indicators (review process and outcome), identify and/or develop M&E tools for specific activities in the field. 3- Review existing tools, identify strengths/weaknesses and modify tools as needed on an ongoing basis. 4- Assist in planning, managing, and implementing all aspects of the monitoring and evaluation of the all projects supported by SP Niger. 5- Enable the project team to ensure quality assurance and control procedures, as well as data validation tools to assure the quality and completeness of the data. 6- Provide training and support to staff in the design and implementation of the LQAS program, 7- Supervise and conduct baseline and follow up surveys, when deemed necessary and final surveys (LQAS surveys) for longer term projects. 8- Supervise all projects monitoring activities, 9- Manage collection of data for each project, 10- Assist managers in producing regular monthly, quarterly, semi annual and annual reports and recommendations, 11- Conduct on site visits of each project regularly, 12- Other duties that will be assigned by the Country Director.

  • 2006 - 2010
    Samaritan\'s Purse, Niger

    Watsan Assistant Program Manager & Supervisor

    As Watsan Assistant Program Manager & Supervisor, I was responsible of the following: - Assist the Water, Sanitation & Hygiene Program Manager PM in running and supervising water, sanitation and hygiene programs at all stages of the project management cycle. - Assist the PM in accomplishing the program objectives and outcomes within the contextual constraints. - Manage assigned budget - Supervise field assistants - Assist the PM to ensure the overall success of the program by making sure the team completes the defined activities while adhering to internal standards and contractual obligations; and that the program is completed on time, within budget and with acceptable quality. - Assist the PM in capacity building and mentoring of staff; humanitarian needs identification through monitoring of the evolving situation; context analysis to contribute to the development of future programs; and internal coordination - Participate in the development of new proposals and the SP Niger Water, Sanitation & Hygiene strategy

  • 2006 - 2006
    Mission Redemption pour les Nations

    National Administrator

    As National Administrator, I was responsible for the following: - Coordinate office activities and operations to secure efficiency and compliance to company policies - Responsible for resources mobilization - Supervise administrative staff and divide responsibilities to ensure performance - Manage agendas/travel arrangements/appointments etc. for the upper management - Supervise Receptionists - Supervise Secretaries - Supervise bases administrative assistants - Support budgeting and bookkeeping procedures - Create and update records and databases with personnel, financial and other data - Track stocks of office supplies and place orders when necessary - Submit timely reports and prepare presentations/proposals as assigned - Assist colleagues whenever necessary