Muhammad Ismail Ghareeq is currently a Monitoring Assistant for the United Nations World Food Programme. His responsibilities include the managing of Integrated Watershed Management and Disaster Risk Reduction projects under Asset Creation-Food projects in the Northern provinces of Afghanistan. Furthermore, he collected data on food security, market prices, and related socio-economic indicators on a regular basis. He participated in the planning, training, data collection and compilation, sample analysis and supervision of food security assessments including National Risk and Vulnerability Assessment.
Prior to his work for the United Nations World Food Programme, he worked as Agriculture Branch Manager in the Jawzjan province of Afghanistan. His achievements include working directly with the community and farmers to introduce new agricultural practices that enhance their production. In addition, he introduced and distributed improved wheat seed and chemical fertilizers to targeted farmers.
He received an MBA from the Indian School of Business and Administration in 2015, specializing in Agriculture & General Management. His career objectives include the goal to improve environment and create a pollution-free society. Furthermore, he wants to work to build community capacity in managing natural resources, and improving food security for all people at all times for an active and healthy lifestyle.