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Mabruk Kabir

Education Specialist
Mabruk Kabir is an Education Specialist (Consultant) at the World Bank Group, where he works on the design, implementation and monitoring of lending investments financed by the Bank. In this capacity, Mabruk has worked on results-based programming to improve access and quality of basic education, broadening equity through second-chance education, and improving labor market outcomes through formal and non-formal skills development. He has also provided technical assistance to national governments on policy analysis and development, institutional strengthening and reform, and building innovative service delivery models in challenging operating environments.  His portfolio is mainly focused on the South Asia Region (Bangladesh, Bhutan, India) and fragile, conflict and violence-affected (FCV) contexts (Afghanistan, Yemen). He previously worked with the Bank's Poverty Reduction and Economic Management (PREM) network, a division working on issues of  trade, gender, and governance, in addition to a number of civil society organizations in the field. 
 
Mabruk is currently completing PhD in Education Policy from the University of Toronto (expected 2021), and holds a Master of Global Affairs (2012) from the University of Toronto and a Bachelor of Commerce from McGill University (2009).