Mohamed Abdelghany

Mohamed Abdelghany Member

Last update: Dec 7, 2022 Last update: 07 Dec, 2022


Citizenship: Egypt
Languages: Arabic, English
Highest Degree: Ph.D
Experience: 18 years
Sectors: Rural Development, Environment & NRM, Procurement, Monitoring & Evaluation, Pollution & Waste Management (incl. treatment), Civil Engineering, Water & Sanitation Rural Development, Environment & NRM, Procurement, Monitoring & Evaluation, Pollution & Waste Management (incl. treatment), Civil Engineering, Water & Sanitation
Gender: Male
Address: Zone 42, Block 6, 10th District, Naser City
Cellphone: +20-1114846543
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Mohamed Abdelghany is a Civil Engineer with a master's degree in Environmental Engineering. With a Ph.D. in public policy and sector reform. Started as a design engineer for water and wastewater project. Then worked for the Government for four years at the Egyptian water and wastewater regulatory agency (EWRA). Joined "Dorsch International Consultants GmbH" as a program engineer in the 300 million Euro Grant program (IWSP). worked also as Regional consultant for the Arab Countries Water Utilities Association (ACWUA) and an online tutor for Deutschen Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ). Contributed to writing the Egyptian water Law and the Egyptian water sector policy paper. Author of several researches in the field of Environmental Engineering and utilities managment.

Procurement and contracts management:

In 2015 I had the opportunity to work as a procurement and contract management expert in (Leadership development programme). The program aims at building the capacities of the Egyptian water and wastewater company employees through a series of training courses. I was responsible for designing and providing Procurement and contract management training. The training was divided into three modules in order to include all the World Bank guidelines.

In 2019 I worked as a procurement expert for the (upper Egypt local development programme) funded by the World Bank. The programme aims at improving the infrastructure of two governorates in upper Egypt to promote economic growth. I worked closely with the (programme implementation unit) and the governorate to provide on-Job training on the procurement process in accordance with the World Bank guidelines. The work includes the development of Framework agreements between the governmental bodies to ensure a smooth and clear implementation of the projects.

In general, over the past years, I had the chance to get involved in many projects that used the different donors' guidelines (World Bank, EU) and standard templates. I developed procurement plans, tender dossiers, tendering templates (opening and evaluation reports) and manage goods and supply contracts under the World Bank guidelines and regulations.


Utility performance evaluation

Throughout 14 years of experience with the water utilities in the MENA region, I came across the different management aspects (technical, financial, commercial and administration) of the utilities. As an example of the related assignment, I have been part of a team of regional consultants who developed two milestone best practices reports on (utility management) and (utility reform) for ACWUA. My Ph.D. came to support my professional experience through dedicated research on the management models that can support the utility manager in effectively manage the utility. My researches are published in many journals among them is the international water Association journal (Water practice and technology). And currently, my researches are being considered by the Egyptian water and wastewater regulatory agency (EWRA) for actual implementation. Recently, I had an assignment with the USAID to develop a (Baseline assessment study) for five water utilities in upper Egypt, this assessment will be the bases for a four years programme that will aim at enhancing the overall utility performance.