TAM Consult is an Ethiopian consulting firm specializing in capacity building of civil society and other development organizations. Established in 1996, it has a broad client base and has undertaken more than 240 contracts with local and international NGOs as well as with bilateral and multilateral agencies. From its base in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, TAM Consult has operated in 10 countries in Africa (Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Sudan, Lesotho, Rwanda, Nigeria, Cameroon, Liberia and Swaziland). TAM Consult takes a decentralized approach to capacity building, beginning with a thorough understanding of local contexts, opportunities and governance mechanisms. The firm has built significant expertise and logistics capability to provide capacity development services to CSOs, bilateral and multilateral organizations in interrelated areas of organizational development and program management.
Professional consulting for NGOs, government and UN agencies in the following areas: designing, developing and delivering training on program and organisational capacity development, PRA and gender analysis; facilitation of stakeholder workshops; developing result-based monitoring systems; conducting reviews/ evaluations; training and facilitating strategic planning and management processes; backstopping services; and conducting research and studies. Diversifed experience in strategic planning, result-based management, organisational development, program design and evaluation combined with strong verbal communication, facilitation skills. Become an accomplished trainer, facilitator and performance management consultant in Ethiopia and 10 African countries. Developed good team leadership skills through managing and working with team of experts, consultants and consulting firms for more than 20 years. He has also established and led country programs of two international NGO known as 'Send a Cow-UK ' and 'Heifer International USA ' for more than two years. Currently he is leading, on voluntary basis, a local NGO known as 'Alliance of Knowledge and Action for Sustainable Livelihood Management Association' (AKAM) .