Ahmed Bayomie is an Information Management & GIS professional with +13 years of progressive experience within the UN and humanitarian organizations. Mr. Bayomie has worked with the World Food Programme (WFP) in South Sudan as GIS/IM officer. Before that, he worked for the World Health Organization (WHO) Eastern Mediterranean Regional Office providing IM& GIS Support to 22 countries that have focused field missions (Libya, Sudan, Somalia & Yemen). Mr. Bayomie developed, and perfected his IM skills while working as a technical support engineer at ESRI-NEA, a leading GIS software company globally. Prior to becoming an IM professional, He studied and obtained his Bachelor’s Degree in Civil Engineering from Cairo University.
Mr. Bayomie has worked in more than 10 countries, within Africa and the Middle East, successfully implementing and integrating GIS & Information management to be part of the overall operation and humanitarian response so UN agencies and NGO’s can make better decisions and have better outcomes.
Currently, Mr. Bayomie is the Senior IMO in iMMAP’s Afghanistan Office managing the technical program in the country to provide support to humanitarian cluster groups and implementing partners, strengthen the capacity of national staff, and creating reliable IM products that assist in the decision-making process