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GatePath Consulting and Marketing firm

GatePath is a leading international consultancy, working with a wide range of private and institutional clients throughout the Humanitarian aid, development consultation and Marketing sectors. With highly developed expertise in a wide range of fields, GatePath provides strategic guidance, project evaluation and assessment studies; researches and All types of official marketing’s and support to Humanitarian organizations, Investors and inter-governmental organizations; delivers training programmes, assessment studies, Concept note, MSNA, RNA, project engineering technical assistance, designs and develops training courses


Gatepath Consulting and Marketing Firm

Gate Path Consulting and Marketing firm is an agile international consulting group based in East Africa(Uganda), with partnerships across the globe. We have developed a strong reputation in Assessment, feasibility studies, evaluation and, adult learning and cash and market-based programming. Our services focus on improving humanitarian assistance to crisis-affected populations due to conflicts, floods. We do so through promoting increased learning and accountability, delivering innovative programme support and evaluations, designing customized guidance and inspiring training materials for key stakeholders in the humanitarian world. The services offered are tailored made, high quality while at the same time cost effective. Our team members have extensive experience in the humanitarian field and international development overall. We combine programme management skills, as well as technical expertise from Europe, Asia, Africa and North America with a strong program backgrounds in WASH; cash transfer and market based programming; Education; food security and livelihoods; protection and gender; and private sector partnerships including Market Analyst. GatePath also works in fast paced marketing services that has an innate ability to listen to a client’s needs and read the market, to develop marketing strategies that work.

Areas We Work In

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Humanitarian Aid and Development

Project Assessment Monitoring and Evaluations

Engineering Consultations

Capacity building and Trainings

Marketing service in import and export


Our experienced consultants provide a wide range of advice and support for clients providing strategic guidance, project evaluation and assessment studies;
researches and All types of official marketing’s and support to Humanitarian organizations, Investors and inter-governmental organizations

  • Amanuel Habteghebriel International WASH Consultant
  • Solomon Ghebrehiwet WASH and Environmental Health Advisor
  • Teketel Abeto LLH International consultant
  • Sinead Clear Program Operations Manager
  • Amanuel Habteghebriel
    International WASH Consultant

    • B.Sc. (Geology) and Hydro geologist by expertise, University of Addis Ababa, Ethiopia: 1998.
    • USAID and Harvard certificate in cluster coordination in humanitarian response (Shelter, WASH).
    • PMD Pro(Project management) certified.
    Proven Experience:
    • 14 years Long-term: Full-time positions with IRC, ACF, CRS and Mercy Corps in Eritrea, South Sudan and Syria. Government agency WASCO Company in Eritrea, and private sectors Consultant-Global resources management and development consultant firm based in UK.  Short-term: Consultancy assignments/technical support for Mercy Corps, GOAL and ACF.
    • Impact evaluation; programme evaluations; process evaluation; baseline assessments; quantitative research methods; qualitative research methods; sampling design; primary data collection; data analysis; secondary data analysis post conflict development, feasibility studies, hydrogeological surveys, project implementation, proposal development etc.
    • WASH sectoral assessments and develop sectoral project goals and objectives, proposals, budgets and plans of action in coordination with the Program Manager.
    • Lead WASH (including irrigation systems) and shelter aspects of technical assessments in coordination with other thematic areas and/or other external sector agencies MC Syria.
    • Consultant lead, GOAL GLOBAL Assessment of Al slamia and Al zab irrigation projects in Iraq,2019.
    Training Courses/ Workshops 
    • Certified in PMD Pro (Project management for development professionals,2018
    • Trained in Project Management at Mercy Corps,2019.
    • Trained on design and application of motorized pumping systems, solar pumping system and emergency water treatment processes,2017
    • Workshop in Project Management, Leadership and Team building at the Asmara British Council Training Center, 16 to 18 March 2005.
    • Training on needs assessment and sustainability livelihood approach, August 17 to 19, 2006.
    • Training on participatory methodologies-internal training.
    • Was trained on PHAST methodologies to promote hygiene, Oct.5 to Oct.10, 2004.
    • Workshop on D, M and E by Mercy Corps International, Feb.15 to 17, 2006.
    • Workshop on Sphere standards in Water, Sanitation and Education by IRC and other partners, 30 Oct. to Nov. 1, 2003.
    • Workshop on Sustainability by Oxfam GB, 2003.
    • Training on Geographical Information System (GIS), 2013.
    • Was involved in an evaluation of our programs in Gash Barka by an internal consultant, 2003.
    • Training on Organizational Security Planning and Management and Disaster Risk Reduction by Concern, Feb.6, 2006.
    • Was trained on assembling and disassembling of emergency stockpiles by an external consultant-internal training, 2004.
    • Training on basic supervisory management from Open University of London, 2005.
    • Workshop on Environmental Impact assessment by USAID, June 28 to July 2, 2004.
    • Training on basic Geographical Information System (GIS), Jan.5 to Jan.24, 2008.
    • Certificate in Microsoft Office, Sep to Dec.1999
    • Training on SPSS data analysis methodologies, July 10 to July26, 2006.

    Professional English, Tigrigna and Amharic including Arabic

  • Solomon Ghebrehiwet
    WASH and Environmental Health Advisor

    • MSc in Water and Environmental Management, Heriot Watt University, Scotland
    • September 2016 – Aug 2019
    • BSc in Eng P.- University of Asmara 2002 – 2007.
    • USAID and Harvard certificate in cluster coordination in humanitarian response (Shelter, WASH).
    Proven Experience:
    • over 10 years of experience in the humanitarian world. Most of the experience has been in WASH Technical Management. Some of the highlights of my experience include; Project development, design, implementation and management, Conducting Base line and project evaluations, Providing technical support to WASH engineering construction and developing modules of hygiene promotion, approaches similar to CHAST ,PHAST and CLTS.
    • Identifying funding opportunities and contributing to the design of new program concepts and preparing environmental M&E tools, and conducted regular monitoring and internal evaluation. Project cycle which includes; resource mobilization, project planning and management, WASH Management, monitoring and evaluation and leadership skills and relationship management.
    • Prepared GAC Market assessment tools for Cash/voucher and WASH in financing based Water sanitation responses for IDPs, refugees including host community vulnerability beneficiaries in Duhok governorate of Iraq.
    • Leading WASH Technical base line assessments for the OFDA,ECHO 12M grants responding to 4 governorate of IRAQ Idps.
    • Oversee solid/liquid waste management schemes, such as at waste treatment plants at IDP camps landfill sites. Supervised the transportation of waste to ensure that it takes place efficiently without contaminating air, land or water sources
    • GAC funded Solid waste impact assessments in 4 IDP camps with 55,000 people and 7 Host community villages.

      - Topic:- Water supply system in Asmara city,2004

      -  Topic :-Urban Green spacing Duhok city of Iraq, 2018

      - Topic:- Children handwashing with soap in humanitarian settings, Sharia camp Duhok governorate, Iraq-2018

      - Topic; Sanitation through child participation Duhok, Sharia camp Iraq-2018.

      -Topic. Climate change in irrigation and best irrigation technology practices in Uganda.

    Country of Experience.
    • 10 years INGO experience with positions of Head of WASH programs, WASH advisor with ACTED, GOAL and SCI, CARE, IRC in South Sudan, Iraq ,Syria and Cameroon.

    Professional English, Tigrigna and Amharic including Arabic

  • Teketel Abeto
    LLH International consultant

    • MA in Development studies (Major: Rural Livelihoods and Development) (July 25/2009, Addis Ababa University), Addis Ababa, Ethiopia;
    • BSc. in Plant Sciences (Plant Production and Dry Land Farming) (July 29/2004 from Hawassa/ Debub University, Hawassa, Ethiopia;
    • BA in Economics (June, 2012), Unity University, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.
    Proven Experience:
    • 15 years INGO experience with the area of Food Security and Livelihoods coordinator, with GOAL, World vision, ACF in South Sudan, Darfur and Ethiopia. As a consultant Teketel lead multiple Assessment studies and project evaluation since 2016 with different agencies.
    As a Consultant(2016-now)
    • Lead the Labor Market Assessment and study in Ethiopia,NRC.
    • Lead Market study Generating Sustainable Livelihoods and Leadership for Peace in South Sudan with Agency for Cooperation and Research in Development.
    • Study on Rural Non/Off Farm (RNF) Income Generation Activities for Integrate Land Scape Management for food security and ecosystem resilience in Ethiopia with UNDP & Ministry of Forest, Environment and Climate Change.
    • Value Chain Analysis of selected agricultural commodities (Wheat, pepper, honey, potato): (Role:Data Collection Team Leader), Market Led Livelihoods Recovery and Enhancement Programme with Food for the Hungry International/Ethiopia.
    • Study on and Formulation of a Comprehensive Programme on Strengthening Disaster and Climate Risk Governance Capacities in Ethiopia, for UNDP in Ethiopia (Role: National Consultant).
    • Mid-Term Assessment of Project Implementation and Identification of Best Practices Livelihoods and Peace building Support Project.
    • Baseline Survey (Role: Consultant – Lead Writer & Data Analyst) IRC Regional Development and Protection Programme.
    • End line Evaluation (Role: Consultant) Community-Led WASH Interventions in Sidama & Gedeo Zones in SNNPR, Ethiopia,IRC.
    • Professional English, and Amharic
  • Sinead Clear
    Program Operations Manager

    • Masters module: IFRC/UNHCR Shelter and Settlements 09/2019 - 10/2019 Universitat Internacional de Catalunya, Barcelona, Spain.
    • Masters: Sustainability and Adaptation in the Built Environment 09/2017 - 07/2019 Centre for Alternative Technology, University of East London, UK.
    • Bachelor of Arts: Development Studies 09/2010 - 09/2012,Kimmage Development Studies Centre, Maynooth University, Ireland.
    • 2D & 3D Computer Aided Design & Drafting 09/2001 - 06/2002 FAS
    • Furniture Design & Manufacture 09/1998 - 06/2001,Galway/Mayo Institute of Technology.
    Proven Experience:
    • 14 years INGO experience with the area of project coordinator, Logistic and operation manager with GOAL, Global community, HODR and DRC in Haiti, Indonesia, Liberia, Ireland and Thailand.

    Professional English,


  • Susana Sandoz  Senior International WASH Consultant
  • Ross Kidd  Senior International Education and Gender Consultant
  • Teffera Mekonnen
  • Habtam Achenef
  • Wardere Hassan
  • Aklilu Legesse Ayele
  • Susana Sandoz
    Senior International WASH Consultant

    • MSc. in Engineering (Water Resources), State University of New York at Buffalo, Buffalo, New York, USA (1983 to 1986, part-time).
    • BSc., Engineering (Honours) with options in fluid mechanics and mathematics, University of Westminster, London, England (1972 to 1975),
    Proven Experience:
    • 40 years INGO experience with positions WASH manager, WASH consultant with UN agencies (UNICEF, FAO, IFAD, WSSCC, UNOPS, World Bank), bilateral agencies (DFID, DANIDA, CIDA, Lux-Development), NGOs (WaterAid, Plan International, Water Life,) research Institutes (IDS, LSHTP).
    • Technical assistance in rural WASH projects and Results-based WASH projects’ formulation, design, planning, field implementation, management, direction, technical assistance, monitoring and evaluation.
    • Advocacy and national policy development support and strategic planning and CLTS, sustainable sanitation and sanitation marketing.
    • Hygiene promotion and C4D for social norm and behavioral changes and Participatory approaches and community empowerment.
    • Risk assessment and management including emergency response for climate change related emergencies (floods, droughts, food insecurity).
    • Capacity building; institutional strengthening and decentralization and Multi-sector and integrated rural development planning
    • Peri-urban and urban WASH and Urban CLTS.
    • Study designs and supervision and Gender equality.
    • Business development and proposals’ preparation and Project financial management Rural development, agriculture and irrigation. 
    Countries of experience.

    Asia: Nepal*, Sri Lanka*, Lao PDR, Jordan

    África: Namibia, Mozambique, Madagascar, Uganda, Níger*, Nigeria, Cameron, Ibor Cotas, Mali, Ghana, Mauritania*, Moroco, Senegal, Sudan

    Latín América: Bolivia*, Colombia, Ecuador*, Perú*, El Salvador, Nicaragua, Guatemala, Honduras*, Panamá, dominicana Republica*, Haití*

    Oceania: Papua New Guinea, Solomon Islands

    Other Locations: Canada*, UK*, Italy*, Denmark, Sweden

    (Asterisk (*) denotes countries of long-term work/residence).


    Professional English, Spanish and French; Conversational Italian and Portuguese

  • Ross Kidd
    Senior International Education and Gender Consultant

    • B.A. Social Sciences, McMaster University, 1966.
    • M.A. Adult Education, University of Toronto, 1975.
    • E.D. (ABT) Adult Education, University of Toronto, 1981.
    Proven Experience.
    • 38 years (1978-86, 1990-2019) as an independent consultant specialising on: a) community water supply & sanitation b) community development; c) HIV/AIDS, Education and GBV and 16 years in full time positions in Education – Zambia (1966-69), Swaziland (1970-71), Botswana (1971-78), Ghana (1986-90), Botswana (1994-95).
    • Community managed water supply, sanitation, and hygiene (including Community Led Total Sanitation)
    • HIV/AIDS education – with a focus on stigma reduction, human rights education, and work with marginalised groups (e.g. sex workers, MSM, injecting drug users)
    • Community non-formal education and community driven development.
    • Life skills and sexual reproductive health with young people
    • Gender and development, including focus on gender based violence
    • NGO and CBO organisational development.
    • Local government capacity building.
    Countries of experience
    • Africa: Angola, Botswana, Ethiopia, Gambia, Ghana, Ivory Coast, Kenya, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, Nigeria, Sierra Leone, South Africa, South Sudan, Swaziland, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia, Zimbabwe.
    • Asia & Pacific: Bangladesh, Cambodia, India, Indonesia, Myanmar, Nepal, Pakistan, Papua New Guinea, Philippines, Solomon Islands, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Timor Leste, Vietnam
    • Caribbean: Barbados, Belize, Dominica, Grenada, Jamaica, St. Kitts & Nevis, St. Lucia, St. Vincent.

    Professional English, Spanish and French; Conversational Italian and Portuguese

  • Teffera Mekonnen

    • Master of Engineering in Civil (Structural) Engineering, Bahir Dar Univers
    • B.Sc degree in civil Engineering, Wollo University.
    • Certificate on Sap 2000vs14 software training at Y.COM training center, Bahir dar.
    • Certificate on soil laboratory test, Addis Ababa University
    Proven Experience.
    • More than 6 years working experience as Senior Engineer, Quality surveyor and Construction managements such us in road, school constructions and maintenance, building construction areas, water supply, sanitation and hygiene projects as well as irrigation development area Solid knowledge of engineering software like sap2000, ETABS, SAFE, AutoCAD, CONMIS and MS applications.

    English Amharic

  • Habtam Achenef

    • MSc. In Water Resource Engineering (Engineering Hydrology) from Bahir Dar University.
    • in Soil and Water Engineering from Haramaya University.
    • Some PhD Courses in Water Resources Management/Hydrology, World Bank-East Africa
      water management center of Excellency:.
    • Sustainable Water resource Management, Cap-Net, UNDP
    Major trainings with certificate
    • Hydrology and WR system modeling (Principles & concepts, use of models SWAT,MODFLOW and WEAP).
    • Strategic Social & Environmental Assessment (SSEA).
    • Water quality on job training.
    • Usage and mastering Software for HIS Release No. 1.
    • Hydrometric – (On the job training).
    • Mike Hydro and Nile DSS including time series and GIS, Scenario Manager, Scripts and Indicators, Multi Criteria Analysis, DSS management, cost benefit analysis.
    • Use of GeoNetCast.
    • Usage and mastering for HIStools to manage data collected;Hydrology & Hydraulics: HEC-softwares (HEC-HMS &HEC-RAS),Hydrological design aids( HAD).
    • RiverWare modeling tool and Eastern Nile River Ware modeling.
    • Modeling and analytical tools from ENTRO’s experience focusing on Eastern Nile (EN).
    • RIBASIM Model – River Basin Simulation Model and EN Information Management System (IMS), interactive pdf and Excel based mapping system.
    • Different models & tools: Soil and water.
    • assessment tool (SWAT) Hec-ResSim for reservoir simulation, Multi-Purpose Options.
    • Scoping (ENMOS)- Water Resources optimization model; General Algebraic Modeling System (GAMs)- an optimization program for solving problems;
    • Integrated Water Resource Management Planning: Basin Planning by considering international experiences from Mekong, Palar, Niger, Murray-Darling and Delware basins.
    • Water quality monitoring process (about the equipments, sampling, data entry, analysis, etc.
    • Environment on: terrestrial Ecology, aquatic ecology Land resources (including practical field exercises).
    • GIS and Remote sensing ,Use and maintenance of HIS gauging stations equipment; usage of front end and computer software; general description of supplied equipment for HIS/BIS.
    • Data Center equipment; Data Center Software (Arc-GIS basic, Arc-GIS Advanced, ENVI).
    • Onsite Capacity building training on Radar equipment installation, use and maintenance for hydrologists and meteorologists.
    • Central User training related to Radar for hydrologists and meteorologists.
    • Water resource policy development under Ministry of water, irrigation with collaboration of Civil crevice University.
  • Wardere Hassan

    • Bachelor of Health Systems Management, Kenya Methodist University
    • Kenya Registered Community Health Nursing, Kenya Medical Training College
    • Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education, Wajir High Secondary School
    Proven Experience.
    • Over 10 years’ experience in the Health sector as Health program head with Merlin,IRC,ARC,RI and MSF in Somalia,kenya,south sudan,Iraq.
    • Worked as Heath advisor,manager in designing the health programs and engaging with the OFDA,ECHO donors on behave of the organizations.
    • Lead multiple project Nutrition and health projects in Somalia and Iraq,south sudan.
    • Strategic thinker with ability to formulate operational programme strategy with integrated programming approach of different thematics such as Health and WASH.



    • Master in Public Policy and Governance – Africa University – (Dissertation Inclusive Education Policy Implementation).
    • BSc Degree in Psychology – Zimbabwe Open University.
    • Post Graduate Diploma in Project Management –Business and Computing Examinations Board (BCE London) (MacMainne College).
    • Diploma in Information Processing (City & Guilds).
    Proven Experience.
    • A professional, intelligent, focused, self-driven and mature man with over 16 years’ experience in project planning, monitoring and evaluation, management, budgeting, coordination and implementation of Education, Child Protection, Child Rights, Psychosocial Support and Youth development projects in conflict and development zones (Zimbabwe, Mozambique, Uganda, Syria and Yemen) with local and INGOs such as SCI, Mercy Corps.
    • Experience include; high level coordination of emergency school response; leading and managing data collection process; capacity development of local and international NGOs and government officials; setting up of education coordination mechanisms; close collaboration with government, local NGOs, INGOs, UN agencies and donor agencies such as UNICEF, USAID, DFID, DANIDA, ECHO, SIDA and NORAD.
    • High competence in donor reporting, situational analysis, developing sector thematic strategy, fundraising strategies, concept notes and project proposals at the highest quality through experience of working with diverse donors and UN agencies.
  • Aklilu Legesse Ayele

    • 2005- 2007: BSc. In HYDROGEOLOGY ,Addis Ababa University,Ethiopia.. Research title: Ground water resource investigation in Tendaho graben of Afar.
      • With an excellent cumulative grade..
    • 2013-2017: BSc. in Civil Engineering from Adama Science and Technology University, Adama, Ethiopia
      • Research title : Complete design of G+4 multi purpose building.
    • 1989-1993: BSC degree in Geology from Addis Ababa University, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.
    • 1984-1988 Academic study with Ethiopian school leaving certificate examination (ESLCE), Asebe Teferi Senior Secondary School, Ethiopia. 
    • Hydrogeological and geophysical ground water investigation. The project owned by Save The Children USA for 12 successful shallow and deep wells in different parts of Afar region in 2014
    • Thesis work for MSc degree fulfillment in Afar Regional ground water investigation by piezometric and monitoring wells in the vast irrigation land of the area as well as ground water and surface water interaction by preparing ground water balance in 2007.
    • Establishing AkliluLegesse water works construction Firm together with close friends (AkliluLegesse WWC) in 2013.
    • Working in the construction of roof Water harvesting structures in 10 schools (5 in Kersa woreda and 5 in Fedisworeda) of East Hararghe zone.The project owned by Oromia water bureau and funded by UNICEF.
    • Construction of 3 VIP latrines each with 8 seats with inclusive design; and 3 water reservoirs each with 50m3 capacity at 3 different schools in Sidama zone. The project owned by Goal Ethiopia
    • 2009-2011 as consultant for Nile drilling PLC .as a freelancer consultant in ground water investigation and site selection for shallow and deep wells  using geophysical and hydrgeological  methods The project  is owned by MENSCHEN FUR MENSCHEN foundation located in E.Hararghe,Babile area the 20 selected sites was found successful after drillings were  performed by Nile drilling and exploration PLC,
    • Hydrogeological and geophysical ground water investigation. The project owned by Save The Children USA for 12 successful shallow and deep wells in different parts of Afar region .
    • Geophydical well logging for deep well owned by Dire Dawa Administrative state water Resource and Development Bureau and drilled by Nile drilling plc.
    • In 2009 as a free lancer consultant of ground water investigation, and well sitting and preparation of bid document for drilling works in Abala,Fursi and Elidar woredas for Awash  consulting firm in Afar region.
    • In 2009 as private consultant jointly with Addis Enviromental Consultancy in ground water investigation for the Farm Africa and site selection in Dasenech woreda , North omo zone, SNNPR for the peoples displaced by Omo river flooding
    MEAL Advisor

    • Specialized in Entrepreneurship and Innovation, and certified as the best student with the opportunity to assist the professors in management and entrepreneurship majors.
      Completed studies with an average of maximum 10 grade.
      Certified and honoured as the best student.
    Proven Experience.

    A highly-driven MEAL Expert with more than 11 years of multispectral experience in relief and development programming. Expertise in food security and livelihoods, cash, economic development, business support, protection, shelter, WASH, education, governance, social cohesion, civil society development, youth, gender, health, and legal assistance sectors with
    more than 80 million USD portfolio. I have strong management, research, strategic, design, leadership, and economic development skills. Setting up M&E systems for over 100 programs, and managing a team of up to 60 team members. Experience in complex contexts and high risk
    environments. SHPRESA OSMANI worked in Kosovo, Serbia, Bosnia, Herzegovina, Iraq, Syria, Turkey and Jordan for different grants of (USAID OFDA, SIDA, UNHCR, UNDP, UNICEF, EU, ECHO, DFID, GAC, NMFA, DFAT, GIZ, Hilton foundation, Private donors and Local and government

    M&E skills
    • TOC and PMP Design
    • Logframes and RBM
    • Research design
    • Evaluation
    • M&E Tools Development
    • Quantitative Data Analysis
    • Qualitative Data Analysis
    • Complex data interpretation
    • Assessments/surveys

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    Global Experience

    Asia: Nepal*, Sri Lanka*, Lao PDR, Jordan, Iraq and Syria, TIMOR LESTE,Indonesia, CAMBODIA, INDIA, VIETNAM, MYANMAR, Pakistan; PHILIPPINES, BANGLADESH

    África: Namibia, Mozambique, Madagascar, Uganda, Níger*, Nigeria, Cameron, Ibor Cotas, Mali, Ghana, Mauritania*, Moroco, Senegal, Sudan, South sudan, Zambia, Betswana, swaziland and NAMIBIA, & ANGOLA, KENYA, UGANDA, & SIERRA LEONE, ETHIOPIA, MALAWI, SOLOMON ISLANDS, Tanzania, Uganda, South Africa,Gambia, MOZAMBIQUE

    Latín América: Bolivia*, Colombia, Ecuador*, Perú*, El Salvador, Nicaragua, Guatemala, Honduras*, Panamá, dominicana Republica*, Haití*, BARBADOS, DOMINICA AND ST. KITTS/NEVIS

    Oceania: Papua New Guinea, Solomon Islands Other Locations: Canada*, UK*, Italy*, Denmark, Sweden

    (Asterisk (*) denotes countries of long-term work/residence).

    Tailor made, High quality,
    Cost effective Service Delivery


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