EVALITTO - Strategic Environmental and Social Assessment of an Integrated Coastal Development and Management Program
Strategic Environmental and Social Assessment (SESA) of the Ivorian Coastal Development and Integrated Management Plan (PAGIL) which is part of the West African Coastal Management Program (WACA) of the World Bank which aims to provide to the Ivorian coastal zone a spatial reference tool for socio-environmental and sustainable management
The West Africa Coastal Areas Program (WACA) was designed to respond to this growing need for regional integration. It is a mobilization body through which technical and financial partners can contribute to the sustainable development of the coast, with the fight against erosion and coastal flooding as an angle of attack.
Holder of a Master of Science, "Agricultural Engineer and territories development" from the Institut Supérieur d’Agriculture (ISARA Lyon), he brings his expertise in agro-food/agricultural sectors' analysis and development, strengthening of supplychain actors (producers, private/public actors, agro-food industries...), socio-economic analysis of agricultural chains and his great knowledge of companies in these marketsSee more
Geography PhD at University Jean Moulin Lyon 3 and the International Research Centre for agronomy and developement (CIRAD), she brings her expertise on ecological, agronomic and socio-economic agroforestry’s stakes, on cocoa value chain sustainability, the analysis of agricultural systems at territorial scale, socio-ecological systems studies, social sciences investigation, mapping and botany. She also has several years of experience in projects setting and coordination
Agronomist with a degree from the French National School of Agricultural Science and Engineering of Toulouse (INP ENSAT), he works on the analysis of agroindustrial projects and provide consultancy for promoters and investors of agro value chains. He also provides technical assistance and consultancy for small to large scale agricultural to switch to organic or regenerative practicesSee more