Nourhan Abd el Haleem
Since graduating from the American University in Cairo with a B.A. in Economics and Political Science, my career in development began in 2013 at the World Bank, based in the Cairo office. As a Consultant, and part of a multi-disciplinary team within the Water Global Practice, I supported the development and implementation of a billion dollar Program designed to strengthen water sector institutions and develop policies to enhance sustainability of public water and sanitation service delivery in Egypt. I now join the BSG after completing three years of experience at the World Bank that have sparked my interest in the role of institutional and policy reform in improving development outcomes; the politics of public choice; and institutional, policy and regulatory incentives to promote improved public service delivery, with a particular interest in water and sanitation services as well as water scarcity.