Hajj Abdul Nsubuga, PMP®
Chaired the Steering Committee that steered the PMI Uganda Chapter through the formulation stage until it was chartered. He became the 1st PMI Uganda Chapter President and promoted the chapter in the region. Attended many EMEA and North America LIM; and PMI Africa Conferences. Abdul is also the 1st Past President of the Chapter.
Has over 20 + years’ experience working with large organizations (like Telecom, IT and TVET) both public and private sectors; of which 12 + years’ experience in effective programme and project management. Familiar with World Bank funded projects procedures and guidelines.
Currently, working as a Consultant at Ministry of Education and Sports as a Deputy Project Coordinator for 2 TVET Skills Development Projects worth USD $ 127 Million funded by World Bank; spearheaded (as an in house Technical Advisor) the designing, pre-appraisal, appraisal and negotiations of World Bank funded project called Regional Communications Infrastructure Program (RCIP) at NITA-U. Abdul previously also Headed the Secretariat for a National ID Project in Uganda. Abdul has trained many professionals in project management at different levels: Bachelor, Masters and professionals; and many have become PMPs. He his personate about the profession, and will continue to support and promote the project management profession.