Iyad Rammal has a Master of Science in Management Engineering and PH.D in Public Administration.
Mr. Rammal has been working with the World Bank Water Global Practice for 8 years. He worked in MNA (Palestine, Jordan, Yemen, Libya), South East Asia (Mongolia) and in ECA (Bosnia and Herzegovina), Africa (Sudan).
Mr. Rammal, has been leading water supply and sanitation projects (including construction of wastewater treatment plants), Reform and capacity building including sector reform, utility aggregation and sector regulations. He worked in preparation of damage assessment reports and utilities crisis management and DPL, and PPP initiatives.
Prior to the Bank experience Mr. Rammal has compiled 15 years of comprehensive experience in public institutions, local government and community development, utility restructuring and local government and water sectors reform.
Mr. Rammal, has extensive experience in project management, covering all aspects from strategy planning, budgeting, feasibility studies, design, construction, operation and maintenance and environmental impact assessment. He has led multidisciplinary teams of administrators, accountants, engineers and technicians working in public institutions, local government units and utilities.
He has extensive working experience in managing big national and local government and infrastructure development, mainly water and wastewater projects. In addition to transport, electricity, and capacity building. Mr. Rammal has worked cooperation with many donors and international entities.
He has contributed to the development of the management structure and strategies of the water sector in Palestine as well lead the establishment of the Water Regulatory Council and Municipal Development and Lending Fund supported funded by the World Bank. Besides that, Mr. Rammal has been involved in teaching in Palestinian universities and providing training for public employees.