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Malek Abu-Jawdeh

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Research Analyst

 

Malek Abu-Jawdeh is a Research Analyst on the World Development Report, where his work focuses on highlighting the promises of a quality education, the pitfalls of the learning crisis, and the importance of effective metrics to measure learning. Prior to this, Malek worked at the International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI) where his research focused on the evaluation of social protection, early childhood development, and child malnutrition programs. Malek has also worked as a consultant at the World Bank on issues related to secondary education, information and communications technologies (ICT), and gender. Malek holds a Masters in Public Policy from Georgetown University, a BSc in Biology and International Development from McGill University, and a Diploma in Environment from McGill University.