I was satisfied with the work both undertaken with Save the Children International and ANPPCAN-SOM, although there were some obstacles and challenges encountered during the work. Significantly, I have learned a lot from those jobs including the best way to manage projects, work with and lead a technical staff more than six persons and manage partner-donor relationships particularly the planning, implementation and evaluation of the projects. On the other hand, the management of those organizations was quite laudable in concurrence with their available local capacity for managing such institutions both technically and financially. In addition, the workplace culture was also friendly and quite assisting to resist the overload of the work with less benefits. In contrast, working with less salary, employing overload work, lacking technical capacity to evaluate the impact achieved by the project interventions made the job quite complicated and difficult, but having a friendly people in work, being with your family members and work in an environment with less tight strict rules and regulations was also, in contrast, so commendable. In conclusion, I have been satisfied with those jobs and earned concrete experience from them.