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Saibun
Nessa
Languages: 
English
December, 1970
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I. PERSONAL DETAILS: Name: Saibun Nessa Date of Birth: December 25, 1970 Nationality: Bangladeshi Gender, Marital status: Female, Married e-mail: ruby.saibun@gmail.com/cpps.scardss14@gmail.com skype: saibun.nessa1 Cell Phone: 01711-935198 Address: (Res): Local Address: House # 1064/1A (1st floor, left side), East Monipur, Mirpur-10, Dhaka-1216, Bangladesh. 2. KEY PROFESSIONAL COMPETENCIES: -Professional experience in working with the GOB counterpart, UN Agency, International Organization and the Development Partners at various institutional levels from senior Government Officials to local community; experienced to lead and coordinate a ‘Network’ of Rescue, Recovery, Repatriation and Integration (RRRI) Task Force and National Children’s Task Force (NCTF). -Efficiency to develop and design training modules & curriculum on Life Skills; Child Rights; Child Protection; Psychosocial Protection and Care; Child Trafficking; Child Abuse including Incestuous Sexual Abuse and Exploitation; Human Rights; Gender & Development; Basic ToT; Monitoring & Evaluation etc. - Proven facilitation skills and have experienced to manage & organize in different levels of Training, Meeting, Workshop and Seminars with different stakeholders (children and adolescent, NGOs & CBOs, different level of staffs of Government). - Expertise on organizational development and management including strategic planning, program quality frameworks (PQF), human resources, monitoring & evaluation and financial management. - Strong team spirit a positive & assertive mind set, innovative, self-driven and result oriented. - Self-motivating to operate in an environment of constant and rapid change. 3. SUMMARY OF RELEVENT WORK EXPERIENCE At a Glance Job Records, Organizations, position and duration. 3.1. Services for Children at Risk (SCAR) Project, Department of Social Services (DSS) under the Ministry of Social Welfare (MoSW), Somajseba Bhaban, E-8/B-1, Agargaon, Sher-e Bangla Nagor, Dhaka-1207. Position: Child Protection Policy (CPP) Specialist from September 2014-Till date Major responsibilities: • To assist in review of the existing child protection policies and legislations, code of conduct, guidelines. • To develop minimum standards of care manual for ensuring quality services to children at risk by reviewing existing literature and documents • To develop training manual in Standard compliance and monitoring • To support project in organizing training and capacity building programmers on child protection for related officials and service providers • To provide direct technical support on child protection matters to Divisional Coordinators/Deputy Project Directors • To coordinate consultation, workshops, conferences on child protection issues • Supporting development of policy papers, reports, plan of action, presentations on child protection • Supporting monitoring and evaluation of the project/divisional level • To prepare monthly/quarterly/annual reports of performance and submit it in to National Project Director (NPD), SCAR Project 3.2 Partners in Health and Development (PHD), House:SWD-12A, Road 8 Gulshan-1, Dhaka-1212. Position: Senior Consultant from February 2014-31st August 2014 Major responsibilities: Overall role and responsibilities were to coordinate Most At Risk Adolescent (MARA) assignment for conduct ToT, develop module and make liaison with 300 MARA networking, leading by National AIDS/STD Programme Bangladesh with financial support of UNICEF Bangladesh. 3.3 Plan International Bangladesh, House: CWN (B) 14, Road 35, Gulshan-2, Dhaka-1212. Position: Communications & Operations Support Manager-MCA Project (Regional), from 20th January 2013-June 2013. Major responsibilities: The major responsibilities were covering two broad functional areas, communications and operational support for overall project covering three countries and regional programme activities. The MCA project purpose is to have developed and tested a model cross-border anti-child trafficking mechanism, which links national and regional efforts to address cross border child trafficking between Bangladesh, Nepal and India. 3.4 UNICEF Bangladesh, based at the Ministry of Home Affairs (MoHA) Bangladesh Secretariat, Building-08, Room-103, Dhaka-1212. Position: Consultant, (Coordinator of RRRI task Force Cell at Ministry of Home Affairs) from February 2011- January 17, 2013 Major responsibilities: Overall role and responsibilities were providing technical support to UNICEF Bangladesh Country Office and contributes towards developing a Structure, Harmonize System and Strengthening the Mechanism of Rescue Recovery Repatriation and Integration (RRRI) of Women & Children victims of Trafficking in Bangladesh within the Government mechanisms as Coordinator of the ‘Anti Trafficking Mechanism and Monitoring Project’ at MoHA supported by UNICEF Bangladesh. 3.5 Save the Children Australia (SCA), House-3/1, Road-8, Dhanmondi R/A, Dhaka-1209. Position: Assistant manager- Listen to Children’s Voice (LCV) Project, Lifeskills Intervention For Empowerment (LIFE) Project & Child Access Through Development (CARD) Project from June 1999- June 2019 Major responsibilities: Responsible for overall management of LCV Project through partnership with Bangladesh Shishu Academy (BSA) and Focal NGOs (FNGOs) in 64 districts. Ensured participation of the NCTF members for planning and implementing different events including organizing of ‘Child Parliament’ by the children. Took advocacy initiatives (Round Table Discussion, Policy Dialog, Campaign Programs on child rights violations issues) with policy makers and other initiatives. Besides, Responsible for Planning, Budgeting, Monitoring and Capacity building of SCA funded 8 Local Partner NGOs to implement the CARD Project at 5 Upazilas in Tangail District. To strengthen the locally elected bodies in Pourashava/Union Parishad and broaden people's participation in local democratic institutes for child rights governance. 3.6 Development Support Link (DSL), Position: Program Officer (Research & Training) from June 1998-15th June 1999 Developed different project operational guidelines, questioners for impact evaluation, need assessment and baseline Survey • Facilitated Impact Evaluation, Need Assessment and Baseline Survey for Enfant Du Monde (EDM). • Facilitated Impact Evaluation for World Food Program (WFP), UNICEF through different PRA (FGD, In-depth Interview, Mapping etc.) methods. • Assisted Executive Director to design different research work of Community Based Monitoring System by using PRA method. • Prepared draft reports and compiled research findings. 4. SHORT TERM TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE/CONSULTANCY WORKS:  Worked as Training Consultant of Mass-Line Media Centre for conducting ToT on Child Journalism for the member of Ichhe Media Group from 21-23 December 2013.  Conducted research for evaluation and to review of Child Sensitivity Component of NFE schools children’s their parents and community peoples in Mymensingh & Netrokona districts under CSSP project run by SUF with financial support of Save the Children on November 2013.  Training consultant, worked as assignment coordinator to organize training courses, develop training materials and modules and facilitation of training sessions on HIV & AIDS for drug users for ‘Partners in Health and Development (PHD)’ under support of UNICEF Bangladesh from December 12, 2010 to January 2011.  Worked as Consultant to develop Module on Life Skills based HIV, AIDS Prevention for Disadvantaged Children of Aparajayo Bangladesh on behalf of Save the Children Australia, March 2005.  Planning Consultant for the GOB-DPHE/UNICEF Environmental Sanitation, Hygiene and Water Supply in Rural Areas Project, 2002.  Consultant as Researcher of Participatory Needs Assessment on Adolescent Reproductive Rights with different groups (adolescent, father, mother & community leaders) through PRA for Bangladesh Center for Communication Program (BCCP) at Dinajpur, 1998.  Worked as a team member of conduction Impact Evaluation of pre-natal & post-natal health service delivery project for Save the Children USA at Nashir Nagor, B.Baria in 1995. 5. MODULES & GUIDELINS DEVELOPMENT Operational Guideline for SCAR Project.  Child Protection Policy _Developed Child Protection ‘Code of Conduct’ Chaperone & Photography Guide, and Child Protection Policy (in light of National Child Act-2013 & National Children Policy 2011) for those children who are living at Sheikh Russel Training & Rehabilitation Centre in 7 divisional levels under the SCAR Project.  Life Skills (issue-based) _Curriculums & modules for Staffs, Community Leaders, Parents Groups and Children and Adolescent of BRAC & CMES, Plan Bangladesh, SEEP, PSTC with different issues  Life Skills based HIV & AIDS Prevention_ a modules for disadvantaged children of Aparajayo Bangladesh  Child Protection _ a guideline for children in the shelter home during disaster  Basic Psychosocial Protection and Care _a manual for Project Staffs, Community leaders & Parents groups  Adolescent Family Life Education _ module for community based AFLE sessions  Child leadership Building _ a training module for leadership building of Shishu Parishad leaders  Health and Nutrition Education _a training module for community based sessions  Children’s Institution Building _ a manual for formation of children’s Institution/ Shishu Parishad  Election for Child Council/Shishu Parishad _a guideline for election of child council/shishu parishad members  Local Level Planning Tools & Techniques _a hand book on PRA method 6. LANGUAGE PROFICIENCY: In addition to Bengali (native language) excellent command in English (written, spoken). 7. COMPUTER SKILLS:  Microsoft office package: word processing, excel, access database, publisher, power point presentation)  Proficiency in design and production of Newsletter  Proficiency in the internet access. 8. EDUCATION: MSS in Political Science in 1994, 2nd class, (final exam was held & obtained result in 1998), under National University, Bangladesh.
Volunteering Experience: 
KEY PROFESSIONALCOMPETENCIES: Extensive professional experience and technical knowledge near about 18 years on Child Protection, Social Protection, Gender and Development. Have working experience on Violence against Children (VAC), Child Abuse, Domestic Violence, Child Trafficking, Physical and Humiliating Punishment (PHP) and those children’s are at risk to rights violation. Sound technical knowledge on current international standards as well as national policies and legislation on child protection.
Education: 
MSS in Political Science in 1994, 2nd class
Occupation: 
Working as Child Protection Policy Specialist,SCAR
Saibun Nessa
Dhaka
Bangladesh
Languages:
English
December, 1970
Description
I. PERSONAL DETAILS:

Name: Saibun Nessa
Date of Birth: December 25, 1970
Nationality: Bangladeshi
Gender, Marital status: Female, Married
e-mail: ruby.saibun@gmail.com/cpps.scardss14@gmail.com
skype: saibun.nessa1
Cell Phone: 01711-935198
Address: (Res): Local Address: House # 1064/1A (1st floor, left side), East Monipur,
Mirpur-10, Dhaka-1216, Bangladesh.

2. KEY PROFESSIONAL COMPETENCIES:
-Professional experience in working with the GOB counterpart, UN Agency, International Organization and the Development Partners at various institutional levels from senior Government Officials to local community; experienced to lead and coordinate a ‘Network’ of Rescue, Recovery, Repatriation and Integration (RRRI) Task Force and National Children’s Task Force (NCTF).

-Efficiency to develop and design training modules & curriculum on Life Skills; Child Rights; Child Protection; Psychosocial Protection and Care; Child Trafficking; Child Abuse including Incestuous Sexual Abuse and Exploitation; Human Rights; Gender & Development; Basic ToT; Monitoring & Evaluation etc.

- Proven facilitation skills and have experienced to manage & organize in different levels of Training, Meeting, Workshop and Seminars with different stakeholders (children and adolescent, NGOs & CBOs, different level of staffs of Government).

- Expertise on organizational development and management including strategic planning, program quality frameworks (PQF), human resources, monitoring & evaluation and financial management.

- Strong team spirit a positive & assertive mind set, innovative, self-driven and result oriented.
- Self-motivating to operate in an environment of constant and rapid change.


3. SUMMARY OF RELEVENT WORK EXPERIENCE
At a Glance Job Records, Organizations, position and duration.

3.1. Services for Children at Risk (SCAR) Project, Department of Social Services (DSS) under the Ministry of Social Welfare (MoSW), Somajseba Bhaban, E-8/B-1, Agargaon, Sher-e Bangla Nagor, Dhaka-1207. Position: Child Protection Policy (CPP) Specialist from September 2014-Till date

Major responsibilities:

• To assist in review of the existing child protection policies and legislations, code of conduct, guidelines.
• To develop minimum standards of care manual for ensuring quality services to children at risk by reviewing existing literature and documents
• To develop training manual in Standard compliance and monitoring
• To support project in organizing training and capacity building programmers on child protection for related officials and service providers
• To provide direct technical support on child protection matters to Divisional Coordinators/Deputy Project Directors
• To coordinate consultation, workshops, conferences on child protection issues
• Supporting development of policy papers, reports, plan of action, presentations on child protection
• Supporting monitoring and evaluation of the project/divisional level
• To prepare monthly/quarterly/annual reports of performance and submit it in to National Project Director (NPD), SCAR Project

3.2 Partners in Health and Development (PHD), House:SWD-12A, Road 8 Gulshan-1, Dhaka-1212. Position: Senior Consultant from February 2014-31st August 2014

Major responsibilities: Overall role and responsibilities were to coordinate Most At Risk Adolescent (MARA) assignment for conduct ToT, develop module and make liaison with 300 MARA networking, leading by National AIDS/STD Programme Bangladesh with financial support of UNICEF Bangladesh.

3.3 Plan International Bangladesh, House: CWN (B) 14, Road 35, Gulshan-2, Dhaka-1212. Position: Communications & Operations Support Manager-MCA Project (Regional), from 20th January 2013-June 2013.

Major responsibilities: The major responsibilities were covering two broad functional areas, communications and operational support for overall project covering three countries and regional programme activities. The MCA project purpose is to have developed and tested a model cross-border anti-child trafficking mechanism, which links national and regional efforts to address cross border child trafficking between Bangladesh, Nepal and India.

3.4 UNICEF Bangladesh, based at the Ministry of Home Affairs (MoHA) Bangladesh Secretariat, Building-08, Room-103, Dhaka-1212. Position: Consultant, (Coordinator of RRRI task Force Cell at Ministry of Home Affairs) from February 2011- January 17, 2013

Major responsibilities: Overall role and responsibilities were providing technical support to UNICEF Bangladesh Country Office and contributes towards developing a Structure, Harmonize System and Strengthening the Mechanism of Rescue Recovery Repatriation and Integration (RRRI) of Women & Children victims of Trafficking in Bangladesh within the Government mechanisms as Coordinator of the ‘Anti Trafficking Mechanism and Monitoring Project’ at MoHA supported by UNICEF Bangladesh.

3.5 Save the Children Australia (SCA), House-3/1, Road-8, Dhanmondi R/A, Dhaka-1209. Position: Assistant manager- Listen to Children’s Voice (LCV) Project, Lifeskills Intervention For Empowerment (LIFE) Project & Child Access Through Development (CARD) Project from June 1999- June 2019

Major responsibilities: Responsible for overall management of LCV Project through partnership with Bangladesh Shishu Academy (BSA) and Focal NGOs (FNGOs) in 64 districts. Ensured participation of the NCTF members for planning and implementing different events including organizing of ‘Child Parliament’ by the children. Took advocacy initiatives (Round Table Discussion, Policy Dialog, Campaign Programs on child rights violations issues) with policy makers and other initiatives. Besides, Responsible for Planning, Budgeting, Monitoring and Capacity building of SCA funded 8 Local Partner NGOs to implement the CARD Project at 5 Upazilas in Tangail District. To strengthen the locally elected bodies in Pourashava/Union Parishad and broaden people's participation in local democratic institutes for child rights governance.

3.6 Development Support Link (DSL), Position: Program Officer (Research & Training) from June 1998-15th June 1999

Developed different project operational guidelines, questioners for impact evaluation, need assessment and baseline Survey
• Facilitated Impact Evaluation, Need Assessment and Baseline Survey for Enfant Du Monde (EDM).
• Facilitated Impact Evaluation for World Food Program (WFP), UNICEF through different PRA (FGD, In-depth Interview, Mapping etc.) methods.
• Assisted Executive Director to design different research work of Community Based Monitoring System by using PRA method.
• Prepared draft reports and compiled research findings.

4. SHORT TERM TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE/CONSULTANCY WORKS:

 Worked as Training Consultant of Mass-Line Media Centre for conducting ToT on Child Journalism for the member of Ichhe Media Group from 21-23 December 2013.
 Conducted research for evaluation and to review of Child Sensitivity Component of NFE schools children’s their parents and community peoples in Mymensingh & Netrokona districts under CSSP project run by SUF with financial support of Save the Children on November 2013.
 Training consultant, worked as assignment coordinator to organize training courses, develop training materials and modules and facilitation of training sessions on HIV & AIDS for drug users for ‘Partners in Health and Development (PHD)’ under support of UNICEF Bangladesh from December 12, 2010 to January 2011.
 Worked as Consultant to develop Module on Life Skills based HIV, AIDS Prevention for Disadvantaged Children of Aparajayo Bangladesh on behalf of Save the Children Australia, March 2005.
 Planning Consultant for the GOB-DPHE/UNICEF Environmental Sanitation, Hygiene and Water Supply in Rural Areas Project, 2002.
 Consultant as Researcher of Participatory Needs Assessment on Adolescent Reproductive Rights with different groups (adolescent, father, mother & community leaders) through PRA for Bangladesh Center for Communication Program (BCCP) at Dinajpur, 1998.
 Worked as a team member of conduction Impact Evaluation of pre-natal & post-natal health service delivery project for Save the Children USA at Nashir Nagor, B.Baria in 1995.


5. MODULES & GUIDELINS DEVELOPMENT
Operational Guideline for SCAR Project.
 Child Protection Policy _Developed Child Protection ‘Code of Conduct’ Chaperone & Photography Guide, and Child Protection Policy (in light of National Child Act-2013 & National Children Policy 2011) for those children who are living at Sheikh Russel Training & Rehabilitation Centre in 7 divisional levels under the SCAR Project.
 Life Skills (issue-based) _Curriculums & modules for Staffs, Community Leaders, Parents Groups and Children and Adolescent of BRAC & CMES, Plan Bangladesh, SEEP, PSTC with different issues
 Life Skills based HIV & AIDS Prevention_ a modules for disadvantaged children of Aparajayo Bangladesh
 Child Protection _ a guideline for children in the shelter home during disaster

 Basic Psychosocial Protection and Care _a manual for Project Staffs, Community leaders & Parents groups
 Adolescent Family Life Education _ module for community based AFLE sessions
 Child leadership Building _ a training module for leadership building of Shishu Parishad leaders
 Health and Nutrition Education _a training module for community based sessions
 Children’s Institution Building _ a manual for formation of children’s Institution/ Shishu Parishad
 Election for Child Council/Shishu Parishad _a guideline for election of child council/shishu parishad members
 Local Level Planning Tools & Techniques _a hand book on PRA method

6. LANGUAGE PROFICIENCY:
In addition to Bengali (native language) excellent command in English (written, spoken).

7. COMPUTER SKILLS:
 Microsoft office package: word processing, excel, access database, publisher, power point presentation)
 Proficiency in design and production of Newsletter
 Proficiency in the internet access.

8. EDUCATION: MSS in Political Science in 1994, 2nd class, (final exam was held & obtained result in 1998), under National University, Bangladesh.
Volunteering Experience
KEY PROFESSIONALCOMPETENCIES:

Extensive professional experience and technical knowledge near about 18 years on Child Protection, Social Protection, Gender and Development. Have working experience on Violence against Children (VAC), Child Abuse, Domestic Violence, Child Trafficking, Physical and Humiliating Punishment (PHP) and those children’s are at risk to rights violation. Sound technical knowledge on current international standards as well as national policies and legislation on child protection.
Education
MSS in Political Science in 1994, 2nd class
Occupation
Working as Child Protection Policy Specialist,SCAR
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