Below is the organization chart of Integrity Watch. The Director is responsible for overall management and reports to the Board of Directors. The Deputy Director reports directly to the Director and serves as a liaison for the Board of Directors in addition to managing; donor coordination, organizational management issues and providing programmatic support. The Head of Advocacy and Program Support manages advocacy and communication unit plus S/he provides assistance in strategic development of the programs. Integrity Watch four CBM programs and ReCAP plus other heads of departments including Research, Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E), Finance and Administration report directly to the Director or Deputy director.
Sayed Ikram Afzali is the Executive Director of Integrity Watch since 2014. Mr. Afzali is also the Chairman of the Oversight Commission on Access to Information since 2015. He has worked in the area of democratic governance with a focus on civil society and anti‐corruption for more than a decade. He has been working with the civil society and media in Afghanistan since 2005. Mr. Afzali has managed and overseen various projects related to policy research, good governance, and anti‐corruption with national and international organizations. He has worked as the Coordinator of the Center for Policy and Human Development at Kabul University, Project Specialist with UNDP, and Civil Society Manager of UNDP Accountability and Transparency Project. Mr. Afzali has completed his post-graduate studies in public administration at London School of Economic and Political Science and has completed his under-graduate studies in political science and public administration at the American University of Afghanistan.
Head of programs
Ahmadullah Mauj joined Integrity Watch Afghanistan in 2015 as SIGAR Project Coordinator and was then promoted as Program Manager for Reconstruction Assessment Program (ReCAP). He began working as Head of Programs in 2017 where he leads the programs and provincial offices. Mauj has previously worked in construction and capacity building projects funded by UNDP, GiZ, US Embassy and Afghan Government. He has also interned at ILTIS GmbH in Germany where he assisted capacity building and bio-energy projects across East Europe, West Africa and Germany. In addition, he has volunteered for 5 years at the national chapter of world’s largest youth-run organization, AIESEC Afghanistan, where he currently serves as a member of Board of Advisors. Mauj is a graduate of Civil Engineering from Kabul Polytechnic University.
Deputy head of programs Ajmal Khaliqi is working as deputy head of programs with Integrity Watch Afghanistan. He has been active with civil society since 2010. He has worked as lecturer in Kandahar University Engineering Faculty from 2003 to 2010 during the mentioned time he worked with UNOPS and UN-Habitat as Senior Engineer and trainer. He has a Bachelor degree from Kabul polytechnic university. He has joined Integrity Watch Afghanistan in June 2010.
Program Manager, Community Based Monitoring of Trials (CBM-T)
Jamil Alipoor received his B.A. in social science from Kabul University in 2006. He joined Integrity Watch Afghanistan in 2008 and worked in various capacity including provincial coordinator in Balkh and senior program officer of Community Based Monitoring of Schools (CBM-S). He now manages the Community Based Monitoring of Trials (CBM-T) where he closely works with local monitors mobilizing them to engage in court observation process.
Ezatullah Adib is the Research Manager at Integrity Watch. Mr. Adib has extensive experience in leading research projects. He has many years of experience in conducting research in Kabul and in all 34 provinces of Afghanistan undertaking research design, qualitative and quantitative assessments, designing questionnaires, trainings, field data collection and management. He has conducted studies on public opinion, public policy survey research and socio-economic baseline survey. Prior to joining Integrity Watch, he has worked as a national consultant, research coordinator and as a researcher for several research and consulting firms. He has also worked in managerial positions at different international firms. Mr. Adib holds a Bachelor’s degree in economics and management and currently studying international trade in Afghanistan.
Mohammad Naser Timory
Head of Advocacy and Communications
Mr. Timory joined Integrity Watch as a researcher in January 2015 and was part of National Integrity System Assessment (2015), Community Score Card of Kabul Municipality (2016), Scoping Study of Construction Sector Transparency Initiative (2016) and Fighting Corruption in Afghanistan: Solving the Institutional Puzzle (2016). He was previously Adjunct Assistant Professor of Philosophy in Herat University and has taught for more than five years. Mr. Timory has a BA in Philosophy from Fergusson College (Pune) and completed his post-graduate studies in International Relations from South Asian University (New Delhi).
Khair Mohammad Shpoon
Internal Audit Manager
Khair Mohammad Shpoon joined Integrity Watch Afghanistan as Finance Manager in 2015. He has earned Bachelor of Science in Geology from Kabul University. Previously, Mr. Shpoon has worked as Finance Manager of Afghanistan Center for Training and Development (ACTD), Finance Director of Agency for Assistance and Development of Afghanistan and Finance Director of IbnSina Afghanistan.
Abdul Qayum Aria joined Integrity Watch Afghanistan as Financial Accountant in 2015 and then was promoted to Coordination/ Internal Audit Specialist. Currently, he is leading the Monitoring and Evaluation department. Mr. Aria has worked with several international and national organizations for over 6 years and has working background with the Chemonics International, Global Partnership for Afghanistan (GPFA) and Government of Afghanistan.
Mr. Aria has completed his post-graduate studies in Project Management at Salford International University (UK) and completed his undergraduate studies in Business Administration at the Kardan University.