Abdurohman is a development economist with more than eight years of experience in academics and research. He is currently a research fellow at the Horn Economic and Social Policy Institute (HESPI), where he does research on topics of socio-economic development pertaining to the horn of Africa region. His research experience include, among others, inequality and multidimensional poverty, early childhood development, health economics, the economics of education, economic growth and international trade. Some of his research work have been conducted in fragile state contexts. His core areas of expertise include program evaluation, quantitative analysis in general and econometric analysis in particular, women entrepreneurs’ capacity building, and empowering vulnerable girls.

Abdurohman Hussien has extensive experience in working in: Denmark, Ethiopia, and South Sudan. Major areas of expertise include: Analysis and research, Capacity assessments and development, Engaging marginalized groups, Good governance and the Rule of Law, Monotoring, evalution and impact assessment, and Planning, strategy, programming and project development