Abdishakur Hassan
Geographic Information System Expert at Somali National Bureau of Statistics
Expertise: Geospatial Data Science
Education: University of Gothenburg

Abdishakur Hassan is an urban planning and geospatial data science consultant. Currently Hassan works with Somalia’s National Bureau of Statistics as a geographic information system (GIS) expert. Previously, Hassan worked with the UN Refugee Agency as a data visualization and design developer. He also worked in geographic information system project manager for the UN-Habitat (United Nations Human Settlements Program). Hassan has worked in data science and geospatial information systems since 2012. He was also a lecturer at Mogadishu University where he taught research methods for undergraduate students in economics and management science from 2012 – 2016. Hassan earned his master’s degree in geography, urban and environmental geography from the University of Gothenburg. 

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