Dr. Munshi Sulaiman
Director of Research and Evidence, Save The Children International
Dr. Munshi Sulaiman is the director of Research and Evidence of Save The Children International. Before that he led BRAC International’s Africa Research, and was a Research Advisor at BIGD, Brac University. He has a PhD in Development Studies from London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), London, UK and had been a Post-Doctoral Fellow at Yale University. His primary research interests include extreme poverty, enterprise development and youth employment. He is a mix-method expert in livelihood, social protection and social safety nets, cash and asset transfer and poverty mapping. Previously he worked for BRAC International, Research and Evaluation Division (RED) of BRAC and Economic Growth Center, Yale University. He has worked as a consultant and resource person in various short-term projects for Baastel, CGAP, Development Research Initiative (dRi), Maxwell Stamp, UN Women, UNESCO, World Bank, and the World Food Programme (WFP). He has experience of working in many countries including Bangladesh, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Uganda, Tanzania, South Sudan, Sierra Leone and Liberia.