Lydia Habhab has been a consultant at the World Bank in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) Public Sector and Governance Reform Department since 2008. Among her experiences at the Bank, she has contributed to the published book on Economic Growth, Conflict, and the Role of Governance in the MENA Region. She has also contributed to the justice sector reform program in Iraq and the KRG and is a focal point for the MENA GAC Implementation Committee. She obtained her graduate degree from the Georgetown University Master of Science in Foreign Service Program in 2009.
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