Secretary General, Association of local authorities of Tanzania
Training: Currently PhD Candidate at University of Dodoma-Tanzania.
Holding: Masters of Science Education-University of Dar es Salaam, Bachelor of Agricultural Education and Extension (Sokoine University of Agriculture), International Certificate of Advanced Studies in Education Sector Planning-(IIEP Paris) and Diploma in Education -Physics and Biology subjects (Kleruu Teachers Colledge). Mr. Ngodu attended various short courses and international forums related with Education Sector and Local Governments systems.
Furthermore, Mr. Ngodu participated in designing and implementing various National Programmes and projects in Education and Local Government; and published Science Books and articles in Education Sector.
Currently (From June, 2017): Acting Secretary General (SG) -Association of Local Authorities of Tanzania (ALAT);
Head of Education Research Unit (2010-2013) Ministry of Education and Vocational Training- Department of Policy and Planning Training. Dealing with Educational Research that informs Policy making and planning process;
District Executive Director (2013-2015)- Two Local Government Authorities; and
Head of Statistical Working Group and Coordinator for Education Programme for Results (2015-2017) –Ministry at the President’s Office-Regional Administration and Local Government (PO-RALG).
Correspondent of the NGO USF Urbanistes Sans Frontières in Morocco, in charge of cooperation programmes.
Mr. Abdelaziz Adidi holds a doctorate in geography and planning. He is a professor of higher education at the Institut National d'Aménagement et d'Urbanisme (INAU). A former director of INAU, he has participated in numerous research programmes and studies relating to urban and spatial planning in Morocco. He is responsible for the "Spatial Planning and Sustainable Development" Axis within the INAU doctoral school (urban planning, urban governance and territories). He is the correspondent of the NGO USF Urbanistes Sans Frontières in Morocco, in charge of cooperation programmes.
Director of the Office for Cooperation Development
Born March 21, 1968 in Aderj, Séfrou province, Morocco.
Forest engineer in 1993 (National Forestry School of Engineers, Sale, Morocco).
Master of Science in Rural Development and Environment in 2003 (Mediterranean Agronomic Institute of Zaragoza, Spain).
Professional experience of 22 years: 1994 to 2013 at the water and forest administration level (Morocco) with several positions of responsibility including Regional Director of South West Water and Forests (2005-2009) and Central Director (2009-2013) ).
Since 2013: Director of the Office for Cooperation Development.
Director of the Generalisation of Drinking Water in Rural Areas at the National Office of Electricity and Drinking Water - Water Branch (ONEE)
Mr. Abdellah JAHID is currently the Director of the Generalisation of Drinking Water in Rural Areas at the National Office of Electricity and Drinking Water - Water Branch (ONEE). Mr Jahid also manages the Heritage Department on an interim basis, which is responsible for the operation and maintenance of drinking water and sanitation facilities.
Mr. JAHID, before joining this department in 2006, was Regional Director of the Office in the Central Region of Morocco; after having held the position of Provincial Director of the Office in the provinces of Guelmim and Tan Tan Tan in southern Morocco.
Mr. JAHID graduated as a State Hydraulic Engineer from the Hassania School of Public Works (EHTP) in 1991 and holds a Master's degree in Project Management from both EHTP and the Collège polytechnique de Paris.