Please feel free to provide a short bio about yourself or the work of your organization (no more than 3 paragraphs)
Qualified Conflict Consultant at the Academy for Conflict Transformation in Bonn, holding a specialisation from the University of Los Andes in Bogota' in Project Evaluation and a BA Hons in Development Studies and Economics from SOAS in London, I am currently working as part of the German Goverment sponsored Civil Peace Service program in Nepal.
Previous to this, I was Project Administrator for PBI Colombia, and also briefly worked as Campaign Manager for Amnesty International and as Researcher for the Ecuadorian Red Cross, both while being based in Quito, Ecuador.
My previous life saw me being Head of Conferences in the private sector in London.
Please list the countries and/or regions in which you (or your organization) have direct and significant expertise
Ecuador, Colombia, South Africa and Nepal
What is your current country of residence (or location of your organization)?
What is your current job (and organization) and/or where and what field are you studying?
Its great to see you in this network. I knew that you are working for Nepalese people which is admirable thing for me. I think this network is fruitful to share our experiences. i think what we are doing in Nepal for Peace process is one way or other way is to lead our nation towards peace and prosperity.
Again, thanks a lot for your support to our country.
i am working in UNMIN since last year. if you want to share with me about the role that we playing pls keep on touch.
There is my E-mail :- email@example.com
How r u? I am writer and social activist. However, I would like to learn more from any where in wrold like writting and social managment skills becuase i am SINDHI and writting also in SINDHI becuase this is my mother tounge.
my vision to promote secular and sfui asim in world to become world soil rest full to all nations and person asap.
What is your life vision?
Muhammad Moosa Rind
I see from your brief profile that you have wide experience of working as a conflict consultant; and also doing important work now in Nepla as CPS Project Coordinator.
I hope that we could exchange and share our insights and learning of working in different situations. I could learn a lot from you as well.
I look forward to hearing from you.
Just saw your profile in Lisa's friends list. I've been working in Nepal for the past 3 years supporting the negotiations process and peace structures. Would be interested to find out more about the progress of the program you got Adriaan Verheul to assist you with. He shared many of his observations with me, but I did not hear the outcome. The economic issues are about to move back to center stage after the elections and will impact greatly on the peace process. Hope we can talk sometime.
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