Experts' profiles - Nara Luvsan
Nara Luvsan
Nara Luvsan is Senior Programme Officer with UNEPs Regional Office for Europe. Her work mainly focuses on mainstreaming environmental concerns into national poverty reduction strategies, Millennium Development Goal implementation, and the policies and programmes of line ministries, especially in low-income countries in Europe and CIS.

Her career spans a 20-year period: five with the government of Mongolia in contract management, change management and partnership building; 15 years with the World Bank, UNICEF, UNHCR and UNEP based both in multiple countries of the former Soviet Union managing teams and multi-million dollar programmes, as well as based in headquarters overseeing policy and programme planning, capacity building, partnership building, monitoring and evaluation.

She has worked extensively on sustainable development and poverty reduction issues and she is an expert in UN reform and inter-agency partnership building. She also has considerable results-based planning and evaluation skills and a strong personal commitment to environmental issues.

Nara is an economist by training and holds a Masters degree in international public policy from Johns Hopkins University.
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