Mr. Muhammad Ali Shaikh is a waste lead in GGGI Uganda. Previously, he served as a staff with GGGI in Seoul for five years. Mr. Shaikh has over 22 years of International experience in rural and urban water and environmental engineering, procurement and contract management related to Works, Services and goods in Urban Development, Transportation, Water, Energy, Disaster Response and Management, Climate Change Risk and Vulnerability Assessment, Sustainable Rural Development, Poverty Alleviation and institutional reform projects in Pakistan, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, United Kingdom, Lebanon, Syria, South Sudan, South Korea, and Uganda specializing in water and waste infrastructure including. Prior to joining GGGI, he has worked as a Staff Consultant with the Asian Development Bank for its projects on urban and disaster risk management projects including water, wastewater, solid waste management and road construction.
He holds an undergraduate degree in civil engineering from Mehran University of Engineering and Technology Jamshoro, and a Master Degree from University of Surrey, Guildford United Kingdom. He is a chartered engineer, chartered procurement specialist and member of international bodies such as ASCE, IWA, AWWA, ISWA and CIPS.