Waad Ahmed
Waad holds a degree in economics and management from the University of London's International Programmes. She also attended the Arab Academy for Science, Technology and Maritime transport in Alexandria. Waad has worked for a number of local English-language news outlets. read more
The Ababda tribe: Scattered by climate change and development initiatives  
Nada Arafat | Parts of the Eastern Desert are being urbanized without the people who have lived there historically
US Congress probes Sarwa Capital IPO after Sawiris bid
Waad Ahmed and Youssef al-Daly | The questionable IPO process of a partly US-funded company led to suspension of Beltone's IPO arm.
Video | 3 recommendations for Egypt’s economic program
Waad Ahmed | EIPR's three recommendations for Egypt's economic program, as outlined in their new report
Could the Turkish lira crisis hit Egypt?
Waad Ahmed | Will emerging markets, including Egypt's, be hit by a contagion?
People, the government and businessmen: Who drafts the budget and who stands to benefit?
Waad Ahmed | A discussion on how a more transparent and participatory budget can promote economic justice
How oil hedging could allow Egypt to lift fuel subsidies despite rising international prices
Waad Ahmed | Hedging could allow Egypt to continue austerity measures without leaving the local market vulnerable
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