Dr. Dakroub is highly experienced in the design and development, and evaluation of school programs. She has expert knowledge in Backward curriculum design, having worked on a variety of in-country and regional programs. Since 2016, she assumed the role of Senior Education Advisor for a UNICEF and EU (MADAD Fund) Early Childhood Education and Development programs. She provided technical and strategic expertise for the Lebanese Ministry of Education in developing the community-based ECE curriculum. Besides, As a Senior Education Specialist she led the development of the Educational Management strategy, she led the development of a unified Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) model to support the Lebanese Ministry of Education and Higher Education (MEHE) in developing School Improvement Planning (SIP), Effective School Standards to be implemented in Lebanese public schools. Before this, she was the Regional Education Advisor for War Child, and part of her remit was to ensure evidence-based programming in line with international and global standards. She has significant expertise in complex curriculum reform programs at the national and international level and is fluent in Arabic, English, and French.
Key Areas of Expertise:
Organizational Management and Leadership
Curriculum Reform and Development
Community-Based Non-Formal Education Programming
School Improvement Planning
School Leadership Development
Teacher's Professional Development