Mohamed has over 35 years’ experience in nutrition, micronutrients, dietary assessments and food fortification policy, programming and technical backstopping.
He began his career leading nutrition and household food consumption surveys at national level. He then spent ten years working in the field for international non-governmental organizations, before consulting for various United Nations agencies. Mohamed has also been a senior advisor for technical consulting groups, the World Food Programme and other UN agencies.
Mohamed has worked in over 32 countries in nutrition project design, planning and backstopping, and in the provision of strategic, technical and leadership support in nutrition, micronutrients, nutrition applied research and food fortification in all its forms.
Mohamed holds a Master’s in Nutrition Biochemistry from MIT, a Master’s in Nutrition and Public Health from the College of Engineering, and a PhD in Nutrition Epidemiology from Tufts University.