Naqibullah Ahmadi is a National Researcher at Samuel Hall. He graduated from the OSCE Academy in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan, with a MA degree in Economic Governance and Development and a BA degree from Goa University, in Economics. Prior to working at Samuel Hall, He worked as a consultant for the Policy and Research department of the Asia Foundation, Afghanistan, working on the book 'Survey of Afghan People and Survey of Afghan Returnees'. Additionally, he is a part time lecturer for the department of economics at Kateb University. He has previously done internships with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Afghanistan and the German International Cooperation (GIZ), in Kabul. His primary area of interest includes economic effects and drivers of migration and displacement; He has published a policy paper on the drivers of rural urban migration in Afghanistan at the Central Asia Policy briefs in 2019.
RESEARCH & ONGOING WORK
World Bank: Household and Entreprise Energy Diaries for the Afghanistan Energy Study