IAEWP NATIONAL CHANCELLOR OF BURUNDI
The Executive Office of the IAEWP President is pleased to announce the appointment of the new National Chancellor of Burundi for the period of 2017-2020
Mr. Celcius Barahinduka , is the Chief of accountant department in the Ministry of Finance and Planning Development in Burundi, and Ex. Auditor for the National NGO FORSC and also the former Internal Controller with the Human Rights League Iteka .
Mr.Celcius has worked extensively with several NGO working at the national, sub-regional and international levels. He has done a lot in research and publication in the study of proliferation of small arms and light weapons in Burundi conducted by Human Rights Iteka in collaboration with the Small Arms Survey at the University of Geneva.
Degree in Economic Sciences 2004: Business and industrial management option, Management Institute of Burundi (ISGE)
Degree in accountant 1984, University of Burundi (ESCO)
Teacher at the Kivoga College (1981-1982).
Inspector of trading; Ministry of Trade and Industry (1986-1993)
Chief of administration and accountant department in National Assembly (1993-1996)
Chief of accountant department in the Ministry of Finances and Planning Development since 1999 until now.
- Private consultant in Internal Control, Business management, Accounting and Financial Audit, Development projects, Good Governance and Human Rights in commercial Enterprises: - September 1989 to October 1993:
- Accountant of a private commercial enterprise - October 2000 to September 2001:
- Consultant trainer and supervisor of two projects: Legal and Rehabilitation of Bashingantahe traditionally invested in the national NGO Agir- Dufatanye (UNDP funding)
- Participation in the design of the training module for Local Good Governance Committees (February-March 2003) on behalf of NGOs ITEKA-BEEP-IFES (USAID Funding) - 2003-2004:
- Participation in the design team and the development of management tools in International NGO Jami Bora Trust Microfinance - 2005-2008:
- Design and Development Handbook Administrative and Financial Procedures of the national NGO Twese Hame Twobishobora Microfinance - 2004-2007: Auditor for the national NGO FORSC - 2000-2009:
- Internal Controller with the Human Rights League Iteka - November 2004 to December 2005: Participation in the design and development of training module for demobilized "Civil Rights and Responsibilities" and Trainer for the account of the with the Government division National Commission for Demobilization,
- Resettlement and Reintegration Socio- professional CNDRR , November 2004. (World Bank Financing) - November 2005 to May 2006
- Consultant / Coordinator of the study on the proliferation of small arms and light weapons in Burundi conducted by Human Right League Iteka in collaboration with the Geneva Institute of Small Arms Survey (Financing UNDP and OXFAM Netherlands) . - May-June 2008:
- Consultant / Coordinator of the study on the mapping of armed violence in Burundi by the Geneva Institute of Small Arms Survey (Swiss Development Cooperation). - November 2008:
- Supervisor of the investigation of illicit circulation of small arms and their involvement in armed violence in Burundi (Funded by Government of Burundi and Regional Centre on Small Arms in Nairobi). - September 2011 to January 2012,
- Designer and developer Handbook Administrative and Financial Procedures for two organizations "Burundians Action Network on Small Arms (BUANSA)" and “Action Network on Small Arms in Central Africa (CAANSA)” - May 2012:
- Participation in the development of the Strategic Plan of Action Network on Small Arms in the Great Lakes Region and the Horn of Africa (EAANSA)
Affiliation with several NGO working at the national, sub-regional and international levels.
November 2006, participation in the publication of the study on the proliferation of small arms and light weapons in Burundi conducted by Human Right Iteka in collaboration with the Small Arms Survey at the University of Geneva - December 2008,
Participation in the publication of the study on the mapping of armed violence in Burundi conducted by the Small Arms Survey at the University of Geneva; - March 2012, conducting a study entitled “The issue of refinancing of microfinance institutions by the Government Fund for Rural Micro-Credit (FMCR) : 202-2010
We thank Dr. Ayo Ayoola Amale, the IAEWP Vice President of West Africa for the identification and recommendation of yet another high caliber candidate for the National Chancellor of Burundi position, that will assist IAEWP shape its operations in Africa.
We thank you for the opportunity to place this information on record in good faith and without prejudice on behalf of the Office of the IAEWP President.
Deputy Secretary General IAEWP
NGO-ECOSOC, United Nations