Dr Mohammad Millet-e-Mustafa
Climate Change & Food Security; Sustainable Development Goals
Mohammed Millat-e-Mustafa is currently Evaluation Manager at Islamic Relief. He has conducted multi-sectoral programme evaluations in over 28 countries including Jordan, India, Nepal, Haiti, South Africa and Ethiopia and his work in monitoring and evaluation spans over 24 years. Mohammed Millat-e-Mustafa has worked at the University of Chittagong as a Professor of Community Forestry and held the position of World Bank Postdoctoral fellow at the University of Wales.
He has sat on various editors boards of a range of scholarly journals, as well as currently reviewing international journals including Forest, Trees and Livelihoods. Mohammed Millat-e-Mustafa has published widely in peer-reviewed international journals on sustainable livelihoods, indigenous knowledge, community participation and participatory bio-diversity conservation and co-authored several books.
Affiliation: Islamic Relief Worldwide
Research interests: Integrated Sustainable Development; Climate Change; Participatory Bio-Diversity Conservation; Monitoring & Evaluation.