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Arshad Mahmood

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John Snow Inc

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John Snow Inc

44 Farnsworth Street

Boston, Massachusetts,02210

United States

Company Description

John Snow, Inc., and its nonprofit affiliate JSI Research & Training Institute, Inc., are public health research and consulting firms dedicated to improving the health of individuals and communities throughout the world. JSI builds local capacity to address ... more.

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Director, Research, M&E

The Population Council Inc


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SANEI


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Population Council | Staff | Arshad Mahmood

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Arshad Mahmood
Population Council | Staff | Arshad Mahmood Arshad Mahmood, Ph.D. Associate Arshad Mahmood is the director of research, monitoring, and evaluation in the Population Council's office in Islamabad. His responsibilities include evaluation, operations research, knowledge management, and monitoring and evaluation (M&E) capacity building of the district staff in the USAID-sponsored Pakistan Initiative for Mothers and Newborns (PAIMAN). Mahmood has professional experience in designing specialized monitoring systems to track quality, measuring the effect of quality improvements in reproductive health services, and designing and evaluating social and economic development programs. He has designed and conducted several household baseline surveys such as that used for the PAIMAN project in ten districts of Pakistan during 2005-06. More recently, after the devastating earthquake in Pakistan, Mahmood conducted the Earthquake Vulnerability Assessment for populations living in planned and spontaneous tented camps in earthquake areas. This assessment is being used as the basis for the preparation of the Government of Pakistan's rehabilitation plan for the vulnerable people. Mahmood has designed comprehensive M&E systems for different organizations. In addition to creating the M&E plan for PAIMAN, he has designed M&E systems for Pakistan's National Commission for Human Development. Mahmood has more than 20 years of public and private working experience in different aspects of the population, health, and education sectors. He also has served as an author and discussant in several conferences and publications on population and health issues in Pakistan and South Asia. Arshad Mahmood, Ph.D. Associate Arshad Mahmood, Ph.D. Associate Arshad Mahmood, Ph.D. Associate Arshad Mahmood, Ph.D. Associate Arshad Mahmood Population Council House No. 7, Street No. 62, Section F-6/3 Islamabad, Pakistan +92 51 844 5566 What's New


Population Council | Staff | Arshad Mahmood

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Mahmood, Arshad, Ph.D. | Arshad Mahmood
Population Council | Staff | Arshad Mahmood Arshad Mahmood, Ph.D. Associate Arshad Mahmood is the director of research, monitoring, and evaluation in the Population Council's office in Islamabad. His responsibilities include evaluation, operations research, knowledge management, and monitoring and evaluation (M&E) capacity building of the district staff in the USAID-sponsored Pakistan Initiative for Mothers and Newborns (PAIMAN). Mahmood has professional experience in designing specialized monitoring systems to track quality, measuring the effect of quality improvements in reproductive health services, and designing and evaluating social and economic development programs. He has designed and conducted several household baseline surveys such as that used for the PAIMAN project in ten districts of Pakistan during 2005-06. More recently, after the devastating earthquake in Pakistan, Mahmood conducted the Earthquake Vulnerability Assessment for populations living in planned and spontaneous tented camps in earthquake areas. This assessment is being used as the basis for the preparation of the Government of Pakistan's rehabilitation plan for the vulnerable people. Mahmood has designed comprehensive M&E systems for different organizations. In addition to creating the M&E plan for PAIMAN, he has designed M&E systems for Pakistan's National Commission for Human Development. Mahmood has more than 20 years of public and private working experience in different aspects of the population, health, and education sectors. He also has served as an author and discussant in several conferences and publications on population and health issues in Pakistan and South Asia. Arshad Mahmood, Ph.D. Associate Arshad Mahmood, Ph.D. Associate Arshad Mahmood, Ph.D. Associate Arshad Mahmood, Ph.D. Associate Arshad Mahmood Population Council House No. 7, Street No. 62, Section F-6/3 Islamabad, Pakistan +92 51 844 5566 What's New


Population Council | Staff | Arshad Mahmood

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Arshad Mahmood, Ph.D.
Associate Arshad Mahmood is the director of research, monitoring, and evaluation in the Population Council's office in Islamabad. His responsibilities include evaluation, operations research, knowledge management, and monitoring and evaluation (M&E) capacity building of the district staff in the USAID-sponsored Pakistan Initiative for Mothers and Newborns (PAIMAN). Mahmood has professional experience in designing specialized monitoring systems to track quality, measuring the effect of quality improvements in reproductive health services, and designing and evaluating social and economic development programs. He has designed and conducted several household baseline surveys such as that used for the PAIMAN project in ten districts of Pakistan during 2005-06. More recently, after the devastating earthquake in Pakistan, Mahmood conducted the Earthquake Vulnerability Assessment for populations living in planned and spontaneous tented camps in earthquake areas. This assessment is being used as the basis for the preparation of the Government of Pakistan's rehabilitation plan for the vulnerable people. Mahmood has designed comprehensive M&E systems for different organizations. In addition to creating the M&E plan for PAIMAN, he has designed M&E systems for Pakistan's National Commission for Human Development. Mahmood has more than 20 years of public and private working experience in different aspects of the population, health, and education sectors. He also has served as an author and discussant in several conferences and publications on population and health issues in Pakistan and South Asia. Arshad Mahmood, Ph.D. Associate Arshad Mahmood, Ph.D. Associate Arshad Mahmood, Ph.D. Associate Arshad Mahmood, Ph.D. Associate Arshad Mahmood Population Council House No. 7, Street No. 62, Section F-6/3 Islamabad, Pakistan +92 51 844 5566 What's New


Population Council | Staff Directory | West Asia and North Africa

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Arshad Mahmood, Ph.D.
Associate Reproductive Health Program


Staff Biographies | Arshad Mahmood

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Arshad Mahmood, Ph.D.Director, Research, Monitoring, and Evaluation Arshad Mahmood is the director of research, monitoring, and evaluation in the Population Council's office in Islamabad.His responsibilities include evaluation, operations research, knowledge management, and monitoring and evaluation (M&E) capacity building of the district staff in the USAID-sponsored Pakistan Initiative for Mothers and Newborns (PAIMAN).Mahmood has professional experience in designing specialized monitoring systems to track quality, measuring the effect of quality improvements in reproductive health services, and designing and evaluating social and economic development programs.He has designed and conducted several household baseline surveys such as that used for the PAIMAN project in ten districts of Pakistan during 2005-06.More recently, after the devastating earthquake in Pakistan, Mahmood conducted the Earthquake Vulnerability Assessment for populations living in planned and spontaneous tented camps in earthquake areas.This assessment is being used as the basis for the preparation of the Government of Pakistan's rehabilitation plan for the vulnerable people.Mahmood has designed comprehensive M&E systems for different organizations.In addition to creating the M&E plan for PAIMAN, he has designed M&E systems for Pakistan's National Commission for Human Development.Mahmood has more than 20 years of public and private working experience in different aspects of the population, health, and education sectors.He also has served as an author and discussant in several conferences and publications on population and health issues in Pakistan and South Asia.Print this page


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