Tanguy Bernard joined AFD in 2008 where he assesses the impacts development projects have on their beneficiaries. He holds a PhD in Economics and has conducted research on issues relating to agricultural products’ trade in Sub-Saharan Africa. Before joining AFD, he worked in Ethiopia as a researcher for IFPRI (International Food Policy Research Institute).
Haitian data confirm that mobile phone development acts as an engine for economic growth, what consequently brings a number of social benefits. However, a large part of the population remains […]Continue Reading