Mabruk Kabir is an Education Specialist with the World Bank's Education Global practice, where he works on primary and secondary education as well as skills development projects across South Asia. He joined the Bank in 2011, and previously worked with the Bank's Poverty Reduction and Economic Management network, a division working on growth, debt, trade, gender, and governance. Before the Bank, Mabruk worked with a number of NGOs in South Asia, in addition to embassies and the private sector.
- Empowering a New Generation of Female Entrepreneurs in Afghanistan
- Strong teachers are stepping up to educate girls in Afghanistan
- Second Chances: Giving Dhaka’s slum children an opportunity to go back to school
- When urbanization is messy, students fall through the cracks
- The Post-2015 Youth Agenda: Why is it Important?
- Urbanization and its Discontents: Educating Dhaka’s Slum Children
- To Lead Tomorrow, Future Leaders Must Learn to Read Today
- Improving Service Delivery in Pakistan, One Text Message at a Time
- Urbanization in India: Stronger Cities through Better Institutions
- Getting to Work: Tackling Youth Unemployment in South Asia
- Bridging the Gender Gap: Empowering India’s Female Entrepreneurs
- Global Supply Chain Barriers: The Lowest-Hanging Fruit?
- Turbo-Charging Green Growth through Knowledge
- Rising Tides Raise Some Boats More Than Others
- Engaging the Future: Conversations with Global Youth