Hana Fahmy

Community Hub Co-Founder / Community Hub

Hana Fahmy is a community psychologist and Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) specialist, through her work experience, she has interacted with different communities, specifically, youth, people and children with disabilities, and women. She has also consulted for international donors such as The Binational Fulbright Commission, Drosos Foundation, The British Council in Egypt, Save the Children International Egypt, and Care International in Egypt to carry out qualitative research, internal assessment, mid-term and outcome evaluations, and design monitoring and evaluation systems in different areas like women trafficking, mental health, rooftop farming in informal settlements, cultural and educational exchange, sexual harassment, disabilities, agriculture and women empowerment, economic empowerment of released prisoners, and youth employment. Her area of expertise is collaborative and strength-based approaches in monitoring and evaluation and program implementation. She has implemented over 12 community assessments as an evaluation consultant, all of which have been either participatory or collaborative in nature. She has facilitated 8 Appreciative Inquiry Workshops, which enhanced the participatory process of the assessments, and a number of logic model workshops, M&E workshops and Impact Management and Measurement on the regional level for nonprofit organizations and social businesses. She managed the Scholarship Unit for Undergraduates and Graduates, and the Student Loan Program at Misr ElKheir, and that I conducted an Outcome evaluation for The Community College Initiative, which was a program funded by The U.S. Department of State, and implemented by The Binational Fulbright Commission in Egypt.

Finally, in addition to her consulting journey and her role as a co-founder at TCH, she is an adjunct faculty at The American University in Cairo, where she teaches Community Psychology to undergraduates and graduates and teaches theories and practice on different evaluation approaches, including participatory and collaborative. Through her role as an educator, she has taught a number of Community-Based Learning Projects implemented by students in partnership with nonprofit organizations, that involved community assessments."

All Talks / Sessions by Hana Fahmy
02:00 AM - 02:00 AM , Thursday 01-Jan