World Bank | Senior Urban Specialist
Mohamed Nada is a Senior Urban Specialist at the World Bank. For the past twenty years, Mohamed has acquired in depth knowledge and have managed multiple programs focusing on lagging regions, urban and rural development, policy and legal reforms, institutional analysis, land administration, territorial and metropolitan governance, and youth and women empowerment. Before joining the World Bank, Mohamed was the Program Manager of the Urban Policies, Governance and Legislation Program at the UN-Habitat, and prior to that, the Program Director for the Governance and Civic Engagement program at CARE International in Egypt. Mohamed studied MSc in Environment and Development at School of Development studies, University of East Anglia, UK, and is currently a PhD research Fellow at Institute for Housing and Urban Development Studies, Erasmus University, Netherlands.