Mohammad Dauod Khuram
Mohammad Dauod Khuram is an Afghan Medical Doctor with a post-graduation degree in Public Health. Dr Khuram is a development/humanitarian work practitioner and researcher with 15 years of experience. He has extensive experience in managing development programmes, with profound expertise and experience executing research and evaluation in developing countries. Dr Khuram led the research and evaluation teams in reputed international organizations and oversaw the execution of a diverse set of wide-scale impact/outcome evaluation across different thematic areas.
Dr Khuram has worked with the Ministry of Public Health Afghanistan, and BRAC Afghanistan in various capacities. Dr Khuram moved to the Aga Khan Foundation (AKF) Afghanistan in June 2011 as National Manager of Health Program and after two years of work was promoted to Director, Health Program and then to the Director of Programmes Development. Dr Khuram is now leading a Research Lab initiative in Afghanistan to promote academic research and publication, which is perceived to be an area of immediate attention. Dr Khuram took part in developing several national policy and strategy documents for the Government of Afghanistan along with those for AKF Afghanistan.
Dr Khuram completed his medical studies from Nangarhar University in 2003 and received his post-graduation degree in Public Health (MPH) from the James P. Grant School of Public Health in Bangladesh. He has been extensively involved in designing and executing also attended several national and international workshops, training and seminars.