Nermine Wally is currently responsible for strengthening UNDP/Egypt’s standards of public awareness, policy, monitoring and reporting on results. She previously worked for the World Food Program in Egypt 2012-2015. Prior to that, she worked for UNESCO, the Egyptian Ministers Cabinet Information and Decision Support Centre, CIVICUS and the European Commission. Nermine received a MS degree fi Public Policy from Institut d’Etudes Politiques de Paris / Sciences Po and Bachelor in Political Economy from the American University in Cairo. She held leadership positions on the boards of AfrEA as its President, EvalMENA as Co-founder and IOCE as Secretary. She received the Human Development Award for Excellence from UNDP in 2013.