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  • Qurban Ali Waezi currently works as education adviser with the Aga Khan Foundation (AKF) Afghanistan Office. He technically supports AKF education department in program conceptualizations and implementation. He is responsible for quality education p...More


  • Aga Khan Foundation
    • Education
    • Education Adviser
    • July 2016 to Present

    1. Technically lead the project design including concept note development, at local, national and regional levels; 2. Build capacity of AKF and non-AKF staff in implementing a holistic, integrated approach to improving quality of education; and 3. Participate in national and international education forums to influence policy dialogue using evidence-based approach.

  • The World Bank
    • Skills Development
    • Consultant
    • December 2014 to July 2016

    1. Be a member of senior management team and quality assurance committee; 2. Contribute to review and development of NIMA curricula, syllabi and courses in accordance with the Ball State University (BSU) standards; 3. Design and instruct student-centered, inclusive and gender-sensitive courses that create multiple opportunities for students’ personal and academic growth; and 4. Lead and supervise extra-curricular activities including student clubs, competitions, exchange programs, fairs and field trips.

  • Kateb University
    • English
    • English Department Director
    • October 2010 to March 2013

    1. Oversaw the review and development of curricula, syllabi and lesson plans with clear learning objectives in close alignment to the department’s strategic plan and standards; 2. Led continuous teacher professional development (TPD) through a variety of TPD platforms; and 3. Managed development of course schedules, policies, and plans and assign teachers to teach courses.

  • Freelance
    • English
    • Freelance English Language Consultant
    • December 2008 to December 2014

    1. Teach IELTS, TOEFL, English for Academic Purposes (EAP), English for Specific Purposes (ESP), and general English classes to a variety of learners with varied proficiency levels; 2. Develop syllabi and lesson plans according to the approved curricula and standards; 3. Provide engaging learning environment for clients; and 4. Develop learning manuals, guides, and teaching and learning materials and resources.


  • Kabul Education University
    • Master of Arts
    • March 2016 to Present

    Kabul Education University in collaboration with University of Massachusetts, Master of Educational Leadership and Management THESIS: “Factors influence employee satisfaction in Non-Governmental Organizations in Afghanistan”

  • University of Arak
    • Master of Arts
    • August 2011 to March 2014

    University of Arak, Master of English Language Teaching THESIS: “An Investigation of the Effectiveness of Metacognitive Strategy Instruction on Language Skills”