Nyimas Wardah has more than 16 years of professional experience in national and international programmes from participatory impact monitoring, community development, capacity building and human capacity development (HCD), business development for NTFPs products (Non-Timber Forest Product) /livelihoods to forest dwelling/indigenous people, research for agriculture and forestry, sustainable watershed management, stakeholder engagement, capacity building of gender/village motivators, workshop and training concept development, participatory village planning/RPJMDes; Rencana Pembangunan Jangka Menengah Desa, PR and communication issues (website, newsletter, factsheet), project cycle management.
A Master of Science graduate of International Development Studies, from the Wageningen University, The Netherland, Nyimas majored in rural development and sociology and has been involved in numerous projects since 2004.
She enjoys sharing her knowledge and using her expertise to help local community as Gender Assistant & Impact Monitoring & Gender Assistant, during (2004 - 2007) Climate Change & Impact Monitoring Assistant on South Sumatra Forest Fire Management Project (SSFFMP) – GTZ ; EUROPE UNION period (Feb-Nov 2008). Facilitator for community development activities on GTZ project; MRPP / Merang REDD Pilot Project period (2009-2010), Social Scientist for CIFOR (Centre for International Forestry Research) for the project SVES – Social Social Vulnerability and Ecosystem Services Social, Senior Advisor Capacity Development and Public Relation Management for GIZ Bioclime. German Technical Cooperation.
Biodiversity and Climate Change Project. Palembang, Indonesia during (2014-2017), Program Coordinator for Mercy Corps Indonesia. TRANSFORM Program (transboundary flood risk management through governance and innovative information technology). Semarang Central Java, Indonesia (2017-2018) and Monitoring and Evaluation Coordinator for ZSL KELOLA Sendang. Zoological Society of London. Kemitraan Pengelolaan Lansekap Sembilang Dangku. Partnership in Landscape Management. South Sumatra, Indonesia.