Hussein Amery is Practice Leader and Senior Advisor, Performance Measurement with Universalia. Mr. Amery is established a dedicated Performance Measurement Practice and serves as a Senior Consultant on assignments related to results based management (RBM), enhancing organizational and institutional performance, measuring the achievement of targets on projects and programs and developing capacity building activities. He supports monitoring and evaluation activities of Universalia, in particular, of the core practice areas of the firm.
His current assignments include: Team Leader for the Evaluation of the Medium Term Public Sector Reform Strategy in Dominica, Senior Advisor for the Global Affairs Canada-supported Technological Platform for Public Sector Accountability in Nepal, Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Consultant for the DFID-supported Disability Catalyst Programme and Senior Advisor to New Brunswick Community College International.
Mr. Amery is recognized as one of Canada’s leading project development, design and management professionals in international development, with substantial work experience in Asia, the Middle East, Central and Eastern Europe, and the Americas. Over the past twenty years, he has led and participated on dozens of large value international development projects totalling more than $150 million. He has served as Project Direct, Project Manager, RBM/performance measurement specialist, Governance Advisor, Education Specialist and Management Specialists on dozens of bilateral and multilateral projects. Decades of experience in international development has evolved extensively, from project management to full life cycle activities, including results-based design, management, monitoring and reporting and evaluation.
Mr. Amery's has more than 25 years experience at a system level at the internationally in: Dominica, Barbados, Brazil, Peru, Bolivia, Bangladesh, China, , India, Malaysia, Pakistan, Thailand, Vietnam, Egypt, Mozambique, Jordan, Lebanon, Saudi Arabia, Syria, West Bank and Gaza, Yemen, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Hungary, Italy, Poland, Romania, Ukraine. A central aspect of this work included management of personnel, leading teams in designing projects, developing strategic plans, establishing strategic linkages and partnerships with institutions, industry, small and medium enterprises, NGOs, government, as well as maintaining relations with donor agencies. A senior technical advisor, Mr. Amery has worked directly with deputy minister and ministerial level, leadership of national and provincial organizations, associations and private firms.