-A Lecture by Mr. Mumtaz A. Ahmadi-
The book includes reviewing international literatures about project management, particularly in under-developed countries. The author has carefully assimilated his thoughts and lessons learned from his many years of experience in developing/managing numerous projects. In his book he also emphasizes on the social, political and cultural settings of target communities before the project is initiated and those aspects are carefully included in stages of design and conception for the purpose of sustainability.
Mr. Mumtaz A. Ahmadi got his first degree from Nangarhar University on civil engineering and his EMBA from Preston University in Pakistan. On 2005, he was awarded the prestigious Fulbright Scholarship at the University of Montana where he got his Masters Degree in Environmental Science Program. Since his completion of bachelor degree, he has worked in key positions for a variety of international organizations that focus on sustainable rural development, poverty alleviation, relief and emergency, local governance and capacity building programs.
Mr. Ahmadi began his second career, first as an Environmental Impact Assessment consultant for USAID projects in northern Afghanistan, Deputy Country Representative for the Famine Early Warning Systems Network (FEWS NET) Program and currently works as the USAID Mission Environmental Officer for Afghanistan.