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Babatunde Alabi

Manager, Research and Evaluation

Babatunde Alabi is a development practitioner with a decade of experience implementing development programs and humanitarian interventions. He has worked in the international development sector in various capacities, supporting the design and implementation of monitoring and evaluation frameworks on subjects related to governance and health systems strengthening in sub-Saharan Africa. More recently, he worked with Indigenous-led organizations, as well as communities in Canada supporting research programs and community planning initiatives. Babatunde holds a Bachelor’s degree in Microbiology and Parasitology from Nigeria, a Master’s degree in Public Health from the University of Central Nicaragua, and a Master’s degree in Development Practice from the University of Winnipeg. His research experience cuts across many disciplines, including homelessness, resource development and environmental impact, food security, and criminal justice. Babatunde is a change advocate who is passionate about using program and policy research and evaluation as a tool to promote changes in socioeconomic systems to overcome impediments to sustainable development.

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