Muhiburrahman Muhib is a Senior Program Coordinator providing financial, program, and contract management support to STS’s projects.
Muhib has about 15 years of professional experience in the education sector in Afghanistan, the United States of America, Canada, Nigeria, Zambia, and Malawi. He contributed to implementing the DFATD, USAID, The World Bank, Global Affairs Canada, and other donor-funded early childhood education, primary education, literacy, institutional capacity development, technical and vocational education, and learning assessment projects with international organizations such as BBC, IRC, Chemonics International, Creative Associates International, Save the Children, The Asia Foundation, The World Bank’s EQRA Project, Moore Afghanistan-supporting Global Affairs Canada, TELUS International-The Microsoft Project and Room to Read International. Muhib partnered with international organizations and developed, adapted, and translated more than a hundred titles of children’s illustrated storybooks distributed to community-based education (CBE) students in deprived provinces of Afghanistan and Afghan newcomers in the United States.
Muhib holds an M.A. in Linguistics and Literature from Kabul University, where he pursued his B.A degree in the same field. He is PMP certified and speaks Pashto, Dari, and English.