Dr. Mohamed Refay

About The Trainer

Motivated and Professional Community – Community Development Advisor with 25 years of progressive experience in consulting and operations. Verifiable record of accomplishment for the successful completion of youth developmental projects with various international and national organizations. Have passion for training and fieldwork guidance. Capable of managing and leading national projects in an empowering fashion to all staff and volunteers mainly through motivation, coaching and guide. Wide knowledge with the nature and working environment in various Governorates in Egypt, especially Upper Egypt Governorates. Main areas of expertise include: Community- Youth programs planning and management, self-management, Community Development Programs management, Development Projects Evaluation, Strategic planning, Results Based Management, Rights Based Approach.


1992 Bachelor of Medicine, Ain Shams University

2004 Master Degree of Community and Public Health , Cairo University

2017 Certified Behavior Style Assessor (TTI) Disc.

2018 Diploma of Nutrient and Behavior modification

Training Experience

Youth Development Advisor

Founder and Chairman Agyal – egypt Foundation 2013 – until now

MBS “ Mind Body and Soul” Founder ; Nutritionist and Behavior modification Expert.

Health, Nutrition Communication and Research Consultant at Child Survival Department
UNICEF Egypt – 2020– 2019

Cortex-Ministry of Planning-Egyptian Banking Institute Watani 2030 development program for
governmental employees 2020-2019

EBI “Egyptian Banking Institute” Lecturer 2020

Consultant for “Meshwary” Project . UNICEF Egypt 2019 – 2018

Banque Misr – ProMark Thaqafatona “our culture” 2015-2012

Misr El Kheir Board Member “2012 – until now

Deputy of the Youth Minister 2013 -2011

Youth and Development Consultancy Institute (YDCI) 2011 – 2006Co-founder & Program

Youth, Voluntarism and Employment Program, CDS 2006 -2000Senior Program Specialist

The Egyptian Federation of Scouts and Girls Guide EFSGG.Board Member “2008-2006