Asad brings more than 10 years of experience designing, establishing and managing automated monitoring, evaluation and learning (MEL) systems for projects across Asia, Africa and the Americas. An expert in Information and Communication Technologies for Development (ICT4D), Asad is well-versed in results-based management and quantitative and qualitative research methods.
Prior to joining CFTC, Asad worked in various capacities for the Canadian Hunger Foundation (CHF), World University Service of Canada (WUSC), and the Institute of Integrated Rural Development (IIRD) in the areas of food security and nutrition, education, livelihood enhancement, adaptation and resiliency, market-led development, human rights and governance, and capacity building. Asad’s overseas field experience includes Bangladesh, Cambodia, Vietnam, Ethiopia, Kenya, South Sudan, Ghana, Mozambique and Zimbabwe.
Asad is a proficient MEL trainer and facilitator having presented at the 2013 American Evaluation Conference and the 2014 Canadian Evaluation Conference. He has a Masters and a Bachelor in Social Science from Bangladesh National University.