Employment period: 01.2001 - 03.2001 Employer: Care International –Ingushetia, Psychosocial assistance to children refugees Position: Security issues and project development officer Responsibilities: Needs assessment and program design, recruitment, training and supervision, translation, negotiation
Employment period: 05.2000 - 09.2000 Employer: Médecins Sans Frontières – Ingushetia and Chechnya, medical emergency Position: Program Officer Responsibilities: Program design, mission’s administrative and logistic set up, recruitment, training and supervision,
French - excellent English - excellent Russian - good Turkish - good
Education period: 09.2001 - 12.2001
Institution: Sorbonne, Paris I Degree: Master Major: Master degree (DESS) in Development Work and International Cooperation
Education period: 09.1995 - 06.1997
Institution: INALCO, Paris Degree: Master Major: Master degree (DESS), Diplomacy and International Relations
The attached résumé hopefully reflects my involvement in emergency and development work, as the professional choice I made and had the chance to confirm in the field, working for MSF and CARE International in Central Asia and Northern Caucasus. I experienced those organisations’ operational capacities while I increased my awareness to community values and humanitarian principles. Therefore, I would especially appreciate to get involved in the field in Azerbaijan, as : - currently living in Baku, I plan to stay at least a couple of years in Azerbaijan, and a long stay facilitates institutional memory and continuity. - for having worked in Chechnya and Uzbekistan, I have a three-years experience in emergency and development work in the field and I am familiar with international NGOs procedures and work culture and can surely capitalise quickly on the program’s past achievements. - given my educational background and besides sufficient working abilities in Russian, Turkish and of course English, I am familiar with the regional and local context and know how to adapt my work methods to meet objectives. I have the strong willingness to commit myself to NGO work to reinforce my competences, and take on responsibilities but I am also highly motivated by taking on challenges, improving methods, confronting ideals to feasibility and efficiency and in the end move the NGO ideal forward.
Interests • Getting to know people : Xinjiang, Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan, 99; Iran, Turkmenistan, Turkey 97,02, Central Europe 90-95, Morocco 95, Egypt 87. • Portraying people: Photo exhibition in the French Institute of Research on Central Asia, Tashkent. • Hand dressmaking with traditional ikats and oriental silks.