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Salim Rouhana

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Senior Urban Development and Resilience Specialist and Task Team Leader
Salim Rouhana is a Senior Urban Development and Resilience Specialist and Task Team Leader at the World Bank, where he has worked on the Middle East and North Africa, and East Asia regions. Based in Dakar, Senegal, Rouhana has most recently focused primarily on areas related to urban governance, public finance, low-income housing, and urban resilience in Africa.
 
Prior to joining the World Bank, Rouhana worked in private and public institutions in Paris, Doha, and Beirut in architecture, urban planning and design, mobility planning, and urban community engagement. A Lebanese national, he holds a Bachelor and Master Degree in Architecture from the Lebanese University in Beirut, a Dual Master Degree in Political Science from La Sagesse University in Beirut and Paris 11 University, a Master Degree in Urban Planning and Management from the Ecole Nationale des Ponts et Chaussees in Paris, and an Executive MBA from the Instituto de Empresa in Madrid, Spain.