Muhammad Abu Yassin
Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability, and Learning Specialist
Muhammad joined Generations For Peace in March 2020 as a Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability, and Learning Specialist (MEAL). In this role, he monitors and evaluates all GFP programmes and leads on the design of M&E frameworks and log frames for donor grant proposals. He is also responsible for the management, capacity and professional development of the MEAL team and ensuring quality assurance and learning.
Originally from Jordan, Muhammad earned his Master’s degree in International Business from the University of Jordan. He also holds a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from the University of Jordan. Muhammad has worked on several humanitarian projects, helping to improve the lives of vulnerable and marginalised people in refugee camps and host communities.
Before joining GFP, Muhammad served as a MEAL and Research Specialist at Save the Children where he was responsible for all MEAL activities for the Every Child Learning (ECL) Programme. Prior to this, he served as an Assessor and Training Supervisor at King Abdullah II Centre for Excellence, where he was responsible for designing and delivering training courses for Government Sector employees, educating them on Key Performance Indicators and converting feedback reports into action plans. Muhammed also served as an Education Programme Officer providing general M&E support for both the Education Reform Support Programme, a USAID Funded Programme implemented by Creative Associates International and the English Access Micro-Scholarship Programme, a U.S. Department of State funded programme implemented by AMIDEAST.
Muhammed is a massive car enthusiast. In his spare time he enjoys traveling and watching movies.