He Holds Master of Philosophy in Agricultural economics and Bachelor of science in Agribusiness. He received trainings from the Galilee International Management Institute in Monitoring and Evaluation, Integrated water resource management from WACWISA, Social and behavioral research from Arizona state University.
Mohammed Jamaldeen Gariba is an agricultural economist, climate change and a certified monitoring and evaluation (M&E) practitioner with wide range of expertise in research and M&E by deploying both quantitative and qualitative research protocols to achieve targets. He has worked with Africa Development and Resources Research Institute (ADRRI) as a team builder and climate change Director. Mohammed Jamaldeen has successfully deployed participatory tools and gender inclusive approaches in assignment delivery for clients at the local and international levels. He has extensively used digital tools (CAPI) such as KOBO collect, ODK, survey solutions, Soda, Fulcrum, SurveyCTO, among others in applied research. He has over the years worked collaboratively with other firms to provide consultancy services to Care International Ghana, World Bank, IFAD, Bill and Melinda gates foundation, IFPRI, Arizona state University, Made etc. He successfully deployed participatory Monitoring and Evaluation approaches in M&E system development for organizations.
Mohammed Jamaldeen Gariba also has an extensive experience in conducting research such as Baseline, Midline and Endline studies to help provide basis for M&E in organizations and also identify entry points for projects, training facilitations and reporting to international clients. He has over the years worked closely with the various Metropolitan, Municipal and District Assemblies (MMDAs) in Ghana understanding clearly the decentralization system and Medium term development planning process. He has extensive knowledge in value chain development and its gender dynamics. He believes in involving all the relevant stakeholders in the process to ensure effective and efficient assignment delivery.