Kwangware - Humanitarian Project Monitoring - Bulawayo, Zimbabwe

Motsi Kwangware

Bulawayo, Zimbabwe


Humanitarian Project Monitoring

  • Full time
  • Part time
  • One time
  • Contract
  • Temp


monitoring development projects ie livelihoods, food security, health communication at the ground level working working with project beneficiaries, stakeholders

Work History

project officer

Zimbabwe Christian Aid

From September 2011

I. Coordinating with District Health Executives for programme implementation
II. In partnership with District Health Promotion Officers, District Environmental Health Officers and EHTs formulation of district plans sites for social mobilisation centres.
III. Capacity building and training of community based theatre groups to carryout mobilisation shows and social marketing of health products and services.
IV. Monitoring the delivery of key messages by facilitators on disease prevention treatment and encouraging treatment seeking behaviour.
V. Assisting theatre groups to answer the myths and misconceptions which are acting as barriers to treatment and prevention of diseases and changes in behaviour.
VI. Networking with other organisations involved in malaria, HIV and AIDS prevention and treatment at both the provincial and district levels
VII. Coordinating with PSI Zimbabwe for support visits.
VIII. Making all programme payments at field level

Project Officer


January 2010 - July 2011

I. Mobilisation of communities for the goats pass on project.
II. Facilitating trainings in pass on schemes, marketing of the goats.
III. Working with Village Health Workers and school based health clubs facilitating the carrying out health and hygiene education, children’s rights awareness campaigns
IV. Monitoring income generating projects at schools and in the communities for Orphans Vulnerable Children households
V. Facilitating trainings in business management for school development committees.
VI. Stakeholder and community mobilizations for project monitoring.
VII. Registration and verification of youth beneficiaries in partnership with local leadership for the livestock pass on project.
VIII. Report writing

social scientist

Mkola Environmental Consultants

March 2008 - November 2013

I. Stakeholder consultations for the project to start
II. Assessment of the socio Economic environments before the project starts
III. Negotiating with those whose properties are affected by the project and preparation of resettlement plans
IV. Monitoring the resettlement exercise
V. Working with project proponents in maintaining reletions with communities in project areas.
VI. Data gathering for the production of Environmental Management Plans
VII. Monitoring questionnaires
VIII. Interviewing all those who will be affected by the project, recording all affected properties as well as cost analysis of the affected properties
IX. Consolidation of the findings for submission of documents to EMA
VIII. Tracking possible line routes, coordinates of the affected properties and any other bigger and visible structures using GPS


environmental impact assesment

designing questionnaires, monitoring questionnaires, data gathering, stakeholder identification and consultation, data analysis and presentation. compilation of reports. community liaison and briefing.

interpersonal communication events

social mobilization of people in hard to reach area to increase demand for the following services: TB screening, HIV and AIDS counseling and testing, medical male circumcision, to prevent the spread of HIV and AIDS and the following malaria interventions: indoor residual spraying, long lasting insecticidal nets, intermittent preventive therapy in pregnancy. working with local leaders and other influential people to increase the uptake of the above services to improve the health of the people. coordinating with Ministry of Health and Child care on issues of social mobilization for the above services.

food security and nutrition

registration of Home Based Care clients and Orphans and Vulnerable children for for food assistance, monitoring distribution of the food baskets, designing monthly distribution plans for the targeted wards, linking up the beneficiaries with the Ministry of Health and Child Care for any other medical assistance to the beneficiaries.

livelihoods improvement

monitoring livelihoods projects for internally displaced people. registration of youths for skills development projects, registration of households for the goat pass on project, monitoring income generating projects for satellite schools to improve the quality of educations, formation of school health clubs, training of School development committees in business management reporting

environmental impact assesment

carrying out stakeholder consultations, designing questionnaires, data gathering through group discussions, data analysis and report compilation for mitigating negative impacts.

interpersonal communication events

Monitoring demand creation activities through theatre groups for the following health services TB screening, HIV and AIDS counseling and testing, Malaria prevention and control Long Lasting Insecticidal Nets, Indoor Residual Spraying, intermittent preventive therapy in Pregnancy. to improve vulnerable people access to health services and information.

Qualifications & Certifications

Midlands State University

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