Ph.D. Sociology of Rural Development, Wageningen Agricultural University, 1999
M.Sc. Management of Agricultural Knowledge and Information Systems, Wageningen Agricultural University, The Netherlands, 1994
B.Sc. Agronomy, Institut de Technologie Agricole of Mostaganem, Algeria, 1980
Dr. Mustapha Malki is a consultant in international development with more than 30 years of experience in agricultural and rural development. He specializes in monitoring & evaluation (including setup of M&E systems and capacity-building), project cycle management (PCM), socio-economic research, participatory research, household surveys, action-research, gender analysis, and has expertise in ICT-based knowledge management and sharing techniques, as well as facilitation of "scattered" communities of practice. Dr. Malki is also a professional facilitator/ moderator and group-coaching specialist for planning, implementation, and evaluation of action plans and development projects. He has designed and facilitated training programs in Managing for Development Results (MfDR), Logical Framework Analysis, Outcome Mapping, project design and formulation, experience and success story documentation, knowledge management and sharing, participatory methods, Sustainable Livelihood Approach (SLA), community development approach, and communication for development.
Having spent more than 20 years in civil service in Algeria, and more than 14 years as an international consultant, Dr. Malki is very familiar with public administration procedures and international (multilateral and bilateral) development organizations. He has extensive experience working in multicultural environments and is fluent in Arabic, English, and French.