Ibrahim Sabo Abdulkadir
Ibrahim Sabo Abdulkadir was born in Maiduguri, the capital city of Borno State Nigeria. He possesses a Bachelor’s degree in Library and Information Science and currently pursuing his master’s programme in Disaster Risk Management and specializes in project monitoring and evaluation, project management and humanitarian information management.
Ibrahim has over 4 years of cognate experience in humanitarian response in an emergency, early recovery and resilience building, with diverse knowledge and hands-on experience in different thematic areas such as peacebuilding, governance, Education, food security and livelihood and humanitarian information management. He previously worked with iMMAP – Information Management for Mine Action Programme, NEMA – National Emergency Management Agency and BOWDI – Borno Women Development Initiative under the Action Against Hunger (AAH), World Food Programme (WFP), United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugee (UNHCR) funded projects as an Intern and coordinating different monitoring and evaluation activities.
He is skilled and has experience in the use of information and knowledge management throughout programme cycle management including Food security and livelihoods, needs assessment, Monitoring and Evaluation, analysis and result-based reporting to produce sound analysis for informative decision making, skillful in providing a range of technical expertise in Information Management Capacity Building Training, M & E Plans and M & E Frameworks. He is an effective communicator with a highly professional attitude, great organization skills, extensively experienced with Microsoft Office, strong attention to accuracy and details and well-developed team work abilities.
He also has the ability to prioritize multiple simultaneous projects and work within strict deadlines. I also have experience in using ArcGIS (ArcMap), QGIS, Tableau, Kobo Toolbox, ODK, Adobe Illustrator and Microsoft Office professionally.