Mr. Salah Mohamed Abdel-Razek is an Institutional Strengthening & Capacity Building Expert with over 30 years of professional experience. He has profound and versatile experience in monitoring and evaluation of development projects’ activities. Mr. Razek has provided his technical expertise in institutional strengthening, monitoring & evaluation, project planning, and management to a number of international donors, and governmental organizations including the MWRI. He has gained extensive knowledge in the field of project management techniques, sector-wide planning, coordination and evaluation, policy development and analysis, and strategies development. Furthermore, he participated in the evaluation of several development programmes sponsored by the various donor countries in Egypt. Mr. Razek participated in the development of M&E systems to assess the relevance, effectiveness and impact of project activities in a systematic and objective manner. Also, he has proven capability in dealing with and handling contacts with top ranking officials at ministerial and executive level. Similarly, he has in-depth experience dealing with all levels of the local government hierarchy. Mr. Abdel Razek has provided his expertise to a broad range of international donors, Egyptian ministries and international and domestic consulting firms. Furthermore, in his capacity as a Senior Capacity Building Consultant to the EU, and other donors’ financed environmental sector program in Egypt, was responsible, inter-alia, to identify the institutional weaknesses, establishing PMUs and technical secretariats and to build and strengthen their capacity to implements their mandates. Finally Mr. Abdel Razek held the Regional Training Specialist Consultant for Arab Women's Policy Center Program (WPCP), which is the innovative programme in Egypt and MENA Region funded by the SIDA, to increase women’s active participation in public spheres in MENA region for sustainable and gender equitable changes in policies and practice to ensure that the voices of women at all levels, including the poorest and most marginalized, are heard.