Faiq Iqbal brings with him twelve years of development sector experience, specifically in monitoring and evaluation, capacity building, institutional/project assessments, community participation, relief efforts, operational research and human resource management. His experience includes work in multi sectoral projects including education, gender, livelihood, governance, community participation, rehabilitation and energy. He has also successfully led several donors funded projects along with monitoring and evaluation under the umbrella of MEP. The project spanned over 5 years and was focused on monitoring and evaluating USAID funded projects in various sectors including shelter, WASH, health & hygiene, education, flood relief, IDPs and livelihood interventions, and governance. He has also completed multiple other projects successfully by training and leading diverse teams of field enumerators to conduct surveys and questionnaires according to survey methodologies, and collect, compile and verify data according to project requirements and provide valuable input.
Moreover, Faiq also led USAID’s Teachers’ Training Program Pilot under Sindh Reading Program (SRP) in five districts of Sindh and managed USAID’s largest and first of its kind early grade reading assessment in Pakistan’s Sindh province. He also managed GIS mapping of hydropower sites in Gilgit Baltistan and recently managed DFID funded, out of school children enrollment and low-cost private school assessment, in collaboration with Education Fund for Sindh (EFS).