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CURRICULUM VITAE 1. NAME : KAVERI DUTT 2 DATE OF BIRTH : October 10th 1957 3. NATIONALITY: INDIAN 5 EDUCATION INSTITUTION : Nagpur University-Maharashtra India DATE : 1978 DEGREE/ : Masters – Maharashtra India INSTITUTION : Nagpur University - Maharashtra India DATE : 1985 DEGREE/ : Bachelors in Law- Maharashtra India INSTITUTION : Fergusson College-Pune University DEGREE : Bachelors in Arts (Hons) DATE : 1976 INSTITUTION SPACE APPLICATION CENTRE – ISRO Ahmedabad DATE 1989 DIPLOMA Distance learning & Communication through ‘Radio Earth’ For UGC Countrywide Classroom INSTITUTION COALITION AGAINST TRAFFICKING & VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN –Manila Philippines DATE 1999 DIPLOMA Huridocs- Soft ware on documentation of Trafficking of Women –Nepal , India & Bangladesh – Later Trainer for COALITION AGAINST TRAFFICKING & VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN –Manila Philippines ( 1999-2003) based in Penang Malaysia with frequent travel to Nepal and Bangladesh INSTITUTION KUMARAPPA INSTITUE ON HAND MADE PAPER FROM WASTE MATERIALS DATE 1999 DIPLOMA HANDS ON TURN KEY TRAINING-Deputed by UNDP-Jute Programme 7. OTHER TRAININGS CONDUTED: • Senior Consultant –Resource Person with Calcutta Urban Services & Administrative Training Institute Salt Lake Calcutta with special emphasis on Human & Environmental Rights, Gender Sensitisation ,health issues, primary health issues like immunisation, safe drinking water, protein malnutrition, solid waste management, urban slum development, clinical waste, town planning, water shed management recycling, water harvesting ,micro-finance and micro-credit with SHGs .(1999-2000) • Main Resource Person-Conducted Workshops as National Consultant on “Strategic Planning” and “Participatory Planning and Monitoring” organised by UNDP Jute Programme in several locations in all states of India, including Gender Sensitisation & Equity, Gender Rights and orientation , Human Rights, housing rights, environmental rights, micro-credit and micro-finance with SHGs, women’s health, reproductive health, women and water sustainability, primary health care, immunisation, safe drinking water, HIV-AIDS, Living with AIDS, Rights of HIV Positives to work and treatment (1993-1999) • Main Resource Person – Coordinator South Asia-Pesticide Action Network-Asia Pacific Conducted Workshops on Human & Environmental Rights, Gender Justice, Gender sensitisation and equity, Planning, Review, Evaluation and Monitoring for several organisations in India, Malaysia, Thailand, Philippines, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh Nepal. ( 1989-2002) • Main Resource Person – Coordinator Human & Environmental Rights- Pesticide Action Network Asia - Based In Penang- Malaysia with travel and stay in each of the countries, for an average of 4 to 6 weeks alternately especially, Sri Lanka, Nepal & Bangladesh -Conducted Workshops on Pesticide Poisoning ,Human & Environmental Rights, Gender Rights, Gender Justice in Community Participatory Planning with emphasis on with Trainers in different locations in India as Germany, Netherlands and other South-East & South Asian Countries, especially, Philippines, Thailand, Indonesia, Cambodia, Nepal and Bangladesh. ( 2002-2004) • Main Resource Person – Caritas Internationale-International Consultant Conducted Workshops ( 15 day workshops) on Human & Environmental Rights, Gender Justice , Gender Equity , Trafficking of Women & Children ,Human & Environmental Rights in India, Bangladesh, Nepal, Sri Lanka, India , Philippines, Thailand, France, Germany, Netherlands –(1993-2002) • NGO Consortium- Civil Society spokesperson -Was representative as in FAO Meeting in Rome and Nepal –2001-2002 6 MEMBERSHIP IN PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES- 1) Professional Planning, Monitoring & Evaluators of South & South East Asia 2. Member of WEDO – Women in Environment Development Organisation-New York USA- affiliated to the United Nations –Global Campaign on Millennium Development Goals –Co-ordinator for Gender Issues ( Honorary) in South Asia 7 COUNTRIES OF WORK EXPERIENCE: India, Malaysia, Indonesia,Bangladesh,Thailand ,Srilanka ,Nepal, Germany and Netherlands ( Voluntary work undertaken as well) 8 LANGUAGE & DEGREE OF PROFICIENCY Reading Writing Speaking English Very Good Very Good Very Good Hindi Very Good Very Good Very Good Marathi Good Good Very Good Bengali Good Fair Very Good Bengali ( Different dialects of Bangladesh) Good Fair Very Good Urdu Cannot read Cannot read Fair Gujrati Fair Fair Good Oriya Fair Fair Fair Nepali Fair Fair Fair 9 EMPLOYMENT RECORD 15th November 2006 to date Senior Research Director- & • Team Leader for Evaluation for Maulana Azad Foundation-for the Ministry of Minority Affairs • Team Leader for Baseline Study for Corporate Social Responsibility for Hindustan Zinc in Rajasthan and Andhra Pradesh • Communication Specialist for World Bank Project in Bangladesh for Dhaka Water Supply –Performance Improvement Project-developed internal and external Communication strategies • Community Development Expert –with the Urban Water Supply & Environmental Improvement Project responsible for community development work in four cities i.e. Bhopal, Jabalpur, Indore and Gwalior. • Team Leader for World Bank Study on Government School Teacher Accountability in Madhya Pradesh From 15th July 2005 to 12th November 2006 Community Development Expert in the Urban Water Supply & Environmental Improvement Project –Jabalpur Madhya Pradesh India Employer : Urban Water Supply & Environmental Improvement Project Position Held : Community Development Expert-Urban Water Supply & Environment Improvement Project –Madhya Pradesh Description Of Duties : • Coordinating Research & Training on Gender involvement in Human & Environmental Rights, Town Planning, Slum Improvement, Sanitation, Health, Water Supply which is managed by Communities, using Municipal Action Plan for Poverty Reduction (MAPP) in slums, Solid waste recycling , water conservation for various Projects • Prepared improved training programmes and modules for trainers based on Training Needs Assessment, and have imparted training on need for gender consideration in all aspects of the project • Working on Water- Women’s role in Water Conservation, Preservation, rain water harvesting and recycling of water, water supply and sanitation, drainage, and environmental improvement, Human and environmental rights. • Working on ‘Waste to Wealth’ –a pilot attempt to recycle plastic • Training Needs Assessment of different segments of citizens & imparted training • Capacity Building of staff of the Municipal Corporation –including Human and Environmental Rights, Gender Justice & Gender Equity • Organising Local Community Based Organisations for Operation & Maintenance of water supply, sanitation and solid waste management in the communities especially amongst the Urban Poor • Coordination and convergence of various Government schemes • Dealing with the Team Leader, Mayor, Commissioner, Corporators and other government agencies with regard to above issues including general awareness on issues on Human & Environmental Rights, Gender Justice, Gender Rights & Equity • Workshops organised on ’Women & Water’- Issues on need for Gender Equity in Planning & implementation of the Project From: March, 2005 : July 2005 Employer : National Social Work Institute, Nagpur Position Held : Senior Visiting Fellow. Description Of Duties : Mainly training, designing in the District and the State office on ‘Right to Information’. The programme, supported by UN- Global Action on MDGs with special emphasis on human rights, sanitation, safe drinking water, HIV-AIDS, micro-finance & micro-credit. Motivation and capacity building, on maintaining collective community management. • Done assignments for Common Wealth Foundation –UK on MDGs • Coordinating on the Global Call for Action for South Asia for India –UN support from New York • Advisory Role on a Project dealing with ‘Right to Information’ • Assignments for on Panchyati Raj • Conducted trainings on Human Rights ,with emphasis on ‘Right to Food’ From: December, 2003 : To: March 2005 Employer : Pesticide Action Network –Asia and the Pacific –Penang Malaysia Position Held : Co-ordinator Human & Environmental Rights Description of Duties Based In Penang- Malaysia with travel and stay in each of the countries, for an average of 4 to 6 weeks alternately especially, Sri Lanka, Nepal & Bangladesh -Conducted Workshops on Pesticide Poisoning ,Human & Environmental Rights, Gender Rights, Gender Justice in Community Participatory Planning with emphasis on with Trainers in different locations in India as Germany, Netherlands and other South-East & South Asian Countries, especially, Philippines, Thailand, Indonesia, Cambodia, Nepal and Bangladesh. From: November 2001 To: December 2003 Employer Indian Institute of Para Legal Studies –Pune Position Held Executive Director Description of Duties Coordinating Training and research for Paralegal Workers throughout India- with special emphasis on Human & Environmental Rights, Women’s Personal Laws, Rights & Gender Justice From: February 2000 : To: Dec 2002 (Simultaneous –Work as mentioned below) Employer : West Bengal Women’s Dairy Project-Government of Women & Child Welfare-Calcutta Position Held : Project Director then Project Advisor Description Of Duties : Co-ordinated dairy activities and training in 11 districts of West Bengal including Darjeeling and Kalimpong. Work responsibilities included upgrading quality of life through value addition to milk and self help groups and other income generating activities, micro-credit, micro-finance with SHGs among single women headed households. Conducted trainings on Human & environmental rights From: March 1991 : To: November 1999 Employer : UNDP Jute Programme Position Held : National Consultant- UNDP Jute Programme Description Of Duties : Coordinated India activities, including sanctioning of project from Government of India Ministry of Textiles. Trainings and Facilitated - Women & Small scale handicrafts - Trained Women in-Human Rights, Gender Justice, Rights & Responsibilities -Documentation and information management system. - Establishing inter-sectoral linkages, designing and marketing - Health and hygiene of both human and cattle - Development of an MIS for planning, review, evaluation and monitoring • Support was given to community participation and health education in the water and sanitation sectors both urban and rural areas • Micro-credit and micro-finance through SHGs among women • Health issues of women, primary health care, immunisation and the adolescent girl child • Worked on Water Conservation, Preservation, Rain water harvesting and recycling of water, rain water harvesting, conservation, preservation, water supply and sanitation, irrigation, drainage etc. • Was in charge of approval, disbursement, monitoring, review and evaluation of partners. • Supervised the work of domestic trainers especially for human & environmental rights, water management, poverty and gender equity and justice. Description Of Duties : Trained and developed programmes for victim survivors of human trafficking, human rights on income generation activities, micro-finance, micro- credit with SHGs, health hygiene, HIV AIDS, special emphasis on children born HIV positive. Developed an MIS for planning, review, monitoring and evaluation of the participatory processes. From : April 1987 To March1991 Employer Catholic Relief Services (USAID) Position Held Development Officer- Eastern India including North Eastern States From March 1985 To March 1987 Employer Lutheran World Service India –( Calcutta) Position Held Programme Coordinator- Gender Desk- Coordinating gender component in all projects From :February 1983 To March 1985 Employer University Grants Commission-Eastern India Position Held Research Officer- Eastern Zone-India including North Eastern States From : January 1980 To: February 1983 Employer Lady & SRP College for Women-Nagpur Position Held Lecturer- Taught at Post Graduate Levels in History & Law From :Dec 1978 To : January 1980 Employer Unnayan- Action Research Group Position Held Group Member then Executive Director Consultancies Team Member with International Team of post Bhuj relief and rehabilitation –special emphasis on Sphere Standards Tornado –Relief with Mother Teresa in Bangladesh Flood Relief in West Bengal Evaluation of Post Flood Reconstruction efforts in Vamsadhara – Orissa 10. DETAILED TASKS ASSIGNED • Educate communities about environmental and health Rights as roles and responsibilities of the citizens with emphasis on linkages well as cost of services being provided. By states, NGOs and Civil Society Organisations. Responsible for all community based development work and awareness work with community based on the development programme in South & South East Asia the city. • Planning review, community development and public awareness programs in consultation with National Programme Manager UNDP _Jute Programme, from, planning review for implementation by the NGOs for the Community Awareness and Participation Programme (CAPP), which is designed to cover community awareness, participation, and education with respect to the implementation and management of the project facilities. : : : WORK UNDERTAKEN THAT BEST ILLUSTRATES CAPABILITY TO HANDLE THE TASKS ASSIGNED. Project Name: Pesticide Action Network Asia and the Pacific -Human & Environmental Rights Location: Penang Malaysia, Year: 2002 to 2005, Time spent: 24 months Position: Co-ordinator Human & Environmental Rights Duties Rendered: Worked on the Sector Reforms Programme (SRP) Malaysia focussed on water supply and environmental sanitation. Was responsible for policy intervention on Pesticide and Environmental Poisoning with special reference of Asia Pacific region and women with regard to human and environmental rights, gender equity , health, primary health care, immunisation, water and sanitation through community empowerment and participative methodologies, including slum populations. Worked on Water Conservation, Preservation, Rain water harvesting and recycling of water, conservation, water supply and sanitation, irrigation, drainage, and environment. Over all in charge for the information-education-communication activities, income generation using micro –credit & micro-finance for SHGs, awareness & capacity building of involved agencies of housing, health, HIV & AIDS Application of SPHERE Standards in Humanitarian Work Time: 36 months Project Name: UNDP- Jute Programme , Location: Calcutta West Bengal India ,Year: 1991 to 1999 , Time Spent : 8 years Position: National Consultant Duties Rendered: Capacity building of civil society institutions/ NGOs on various aspects of using jute and other waste material for hand made paper and value added products. Responsibilities included training on, self- governance, human and environmental rights, gender equity, Gender justice, organizing and conducting training programmes for local self-governance institutions and civil society organizations/ NGOs on community participation, micro-planning, micro-credit and micro finance, programme management, social auditing, documentation and other related aspects of governance and development. Implementation of various projects on strengthening local self-governance institutions and building the capacity of elected representatives of these institutions. Responsibilities also included consultancy to the Calcutta Urban Services on town planning, sanitation, hospital and solid waste management in the urban slums of Calcutta with special reference to single women headed households with special emphasis on hazardous waste and HIV & AIDS. Also worked on Water Conservation, Preservation, Rain water harvesting and recycling of water, rain water harvesting, conservation, preservation, water supply, sanitation, irrigation, drainage, and environment Prepared improved training programmes and modules for trainers based on Training Needs Assessment, and have imparted training with regard to water resource. Project Name: West Bengal Women’s Dairy Location: West Bengal, Year:1993-1999, Position: Project Director / Then Project Advisor ) Positions simultaneously spent) Duties Rendered: Was involved in a study on Capacity Building needs of NGOs of, wherein, capacity assessment of NGOs was undertaken and the skill set to face future challenges was proposed. Time spent: 7 years • Assist in preparing a detailed implementation plan. Assist PMU in developing policies for use of NGOs under the project. Assist PMU to formulate plans for NGO involvement in the project. Assist PMU in developing Terms of Reference & recruiting NGOs in consultation with Prog. Management Unit Project Name: Lutheran World Service (India) Integrated Rural Water supply and Environmental Sanitation Project in West Bengal, Location: Calcutta West Bengal, Year: 1990, Position: Assistant Programme Co-ordinator ( Gender Desk) Time Spent : 1 calendar year Duties Rendered: Was involved in the planning phase of the pilot of Integrated Rural Water supply and Environmental Sanitation Project in West Bengal. Assisted in the development of a system for village communities to share capital and maintenance costs and also undertake responsibilities of operation and maintenance. Facilitator for evolving a strategy for community participation with women in the leadership through micro-credit and micro-finance and health education in the water and sanitation sector in West Bengal. Worked on Women in Water Conservation, Preservation, Rain water harvesting and recycling of water, rain water harvesting, conservation, preservation, water supply sanitation, irrigation drainage, and environment under a special programme ‘Women & Water’ Project Name: Catholic Relief Services, Location: West Bengal,Position: Development Officer Duties Rendered: Was responsible for the field activities in Eastern Zone of India including North East of India Responsibilities included: - • Fieldwork at the grass-root level and as in charge of the Eastern States & North East states • Community facilitation, training and management - Developing institutions - Capacity Building and Training - Micro-credit & Micro-finance - Documentation and information management. - Development of the implementation Models. - Health ,Hygiene , HIV –AIDS and identifying high risk groups like drug abusers and sexually active age groups - Coordination and convergence of various Government schemes The study had an emphasis on reviewing the Millennium Development Goals in the context of the Urban poor Project Name: Commonwealth Foundation, UK Location: Madhya Pradesh, Year:2005 Time Spent : 3 months, Position: Author Duties Rendered: Coordinated and participated in data-generation and report writing at the National level in the research-study 'Civil Society in the New Millennium' with special reference to the MDGs The programmes responsibilities have a special focus on the urban poor in the States of Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh and the Hindi speaking states Project Name: Joint Action Plan & Cord-aid Location: Madhya Pradesh, Year: 2005-Time Spent 3 months, Position: Senior Consultant Duties Rendered: Coordinating research and training for specifically Sehore, Panna, Bhopal and Raipur where aspects of rights and duties of citizens’ and states are being done through participatory methods. Responsibilities include planning, monitoring and evaluation with regard to projects dealing with trafficking, rights of the girl child, and sanitation, drinking water and slum improvement programmes of the government agencies working in-collaboration with civil society organisations.
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