Secteur Privé & Développement
Samir AbdelkrimEntrepreneur and consultant StartupBRICS.com
Dominic AduCo-founder Ghana Home Loans
Andrew AffleckFounder and Managing Partner Armstrong Asset Management
Nayla AjaltouniDelegate General, Collectif Éthique sur l’étiquette
Jenny AkerAssistant Professor of Development Economics Tufts University
Yann Alix(Français) Délégué général, Fondation Sefacil FONDATION SEFACIL
Gayen Alvin PeerthyCorporate Sustainability Officer CIEL GROUP
Radamés Andrade CassebPDG (Français) Aegea
Romain AngerStratégy CRATerre-ENSAG
Peter AouelyCEO Pharmivoire Nouvelle
Matthew ArndtHead of the “Road and Rail” Division European Investment Bank
Jacques AttaliEconomist PlaNet Finance
Yvonne BakkumDirector Private Equity All authors
1 article on the blog ID4D Does FSC certification in the Congo Basin guarantee social responsibility?
Mossadeck BallyFounder, Chairman and CEO Azalaï Hotels Group
Sudeshna BanerjeeThe World Bank Group
Jean-Louis BarouxPresident APG World Connect
Magali BarrajaFormer Associate Director, BSR (Business for Social Responsibility)
Philippe BarryFounder Initiative RSE Sénégal
After fulfilling management roles in Senegalese businesses for twenty years, in 2008 Philippe Barry set up CFPMI, the first consultancy wholly dedicated to corporate social responsibility (CSR) in West Africa. A specialist consultant supporting businesses looking to set up CSR programmes compliant with ISO 26000, Philippe Barry is also the founder of Initiative RSE Sénégal.
Thorsten BeckChairman Tilburg University
Valentin BellassenResearch Unit Manager CDC Climat
Youssef BencheqrounCEO Al Amana Microfinance
Stephen BersonMonitoring & Evaluation lead Essor Programme
Yannis BerthouzozAnalyst Symbiotics
A PS&D article on the Ideas for Development blog: Promoting housing policies coordinated with the private sector
David BledsoeSenior Attorney Resource Equity
Jan ten BloemendalEuropean Commission
Matthew Boadu AdjeiFounder and CEO [institition]
Aurélien BoiteauManager BearingPoint
Aurélien Boiteau is a manager in the Energy & Utilities team at BearingPoint. He has undertaken numerous market studies and economic analyses for major players in the sector. He has also written several articles analysing future prospects in the market, particularly with respect to renewable energies and power storage. He is a graduate of École Supérieure d'Electricité (France) and the Georgia Institute of Technology (United States).
Alexandre BormeDevelopment officer Entrepreneurs du Monde
Frédéric BouchetHead of international marketing Gras Savoye
Caroline BoudergueManaging director Women in Africa
Christel Bourbon-SécletInvestment officer of the Infrastructures and Mining division Proparco
Jeannot BoussougouthSenior Manager Standard Bank
Pascale BracqCo-founder and Vice-PresidentONU Femmes France
Alexandre BrailowskySocietal Engineering Director Suez Environnement
Francis BrangierCEO Egis Airport Operation
Mike BrookManager of African funds African Lion Funds
Grant BrookeCo-founder and CEO of Twiga Foods
Martin Buchsenschutz(Français) Ingénieur-économiste Nodalis conseil
Esteban BurroneHead of Policy Medicines Patent Pool
Amance BustreauProject Officer Expertise France
Maurizio CaioFounder and Managing Partner TLCOM CAPITAL
Gordon CarverDistance Learning Global Lead GEMS Education Solutions
Pierre Casal RibeiroProject manager, Pacifica and Grameen Crédit Agricole Microfinance Foundation
Olivier CaslinJournalist at Jeune Afrique
Tuukka Castrénsenior forestry specialis The World Bank Group
After graduating in telecommunications engineering, Ludovic Centonze spent six years working in finance in New York. Following his return to France, he branched into film production to then develop an international advisory service for content distribution technologies within Orange. Subsequently, he has managed Orange’s social responsibility policy, devising and implementing socio-economic development programmes in Europe and Africa.
Hildah ChaoResearch Assistant Digital Divide Data
Hildah Chao is a Research Assistant of Digital Divide Data Kenya. Hildah came to DDD from Ipsos-Synovate Kenya where she worked as a Qualitative Research Consultant. She has also worked for Research Guide Africa as a Social and Market Researcher. Previously, she worked for Internews Network Kenya as an M&E Consultant for their Media Programs. At DDD, Hildah has worked for the Kenya Financial Diaries project where she gained experience on Financial Lives of the low income in Kenya.
Paulo Chapchapcorporate strategy superintendent Hospital Sírio-Libanês
Pierre Chastrouxresearch internship 2° Investing Initiative
Hugues ChenetCo-founder 2° Investing Initiative
Tatiana ChkourenkoConsultant Multilateral Investment Fund (MIF)
Tanguy Claquinhead of the Sustainable Banking team Crédit Agricole CIB
Paul CollierProfessor of Economics Oxford University
Odile Conchouhead of Proparco's Environment, Social, Governance and Impact division Proparco
Odile Conchou is head of Proparco's Environment, Social, Governance and Impact division and responsible for supporting the institution's operations in these areas. After obtaining a PhD in ecology, she joined the Agence Française de Développement (AFD) in 2006 before moving to Proparco in 2010 to develop the division she now runs.
Michael CracknellCo-founder ENDA Inter-Arabe
Mark CurtisIndependent consultant University of Strathclyde
Rohen d'Aiglepierre recently joined the Research Division of the Agence française de développement as an economist in charge of human capital. He has a PhD in Economics, specialising in education development economics. His research focus is on the effectiveness of public aid, educational choices, the efficacy of educational establishments, exclusion and inclusion policies, public-private partnerships and private investment in education.
1 PS&D article on the Ideas for Development blog :
Enhancing private sector participation in sub-Saharan education Policy
Bertrand DardenneManager ASPA Utilities
Florent de BoissieuPrincipal (Français) Adenia Partners
Alain de Janvry
Hugues de La ForgePartner Holman Fenwick Willan Partner Holman Fenwick Willan
Alexandre de La Volpilière
1 PS&D article on the Ideas for Development blog : Harnessing insurance to African economic development
Grégoire de PadiracInvestment manager ORANGE DIGITAL VENTURES AFRICA
Philippine de T'SerclaesInternational Energy Agency
Édouard de VergeronDeputy Director Bolloré Africa Logistics
Jean-Christophe DebarDirector FARM Foundation
Mariana DehezaResearch Fellow CDC Climat
1 PS&D article on the Ideas for Development blog : Africa : expanding health insurance coverage with private players
Fannie DelavelleAnalyst Laboratoire d'innovation sur le genre de la Banque Mondiale
Teddy DeroyDirector for Europe, East and North Africa IBIS Consulting
A graduate of the Paris Institut d'études politiques (Institute of Political Studies) with a Master's in Economics, Paul Derreumaux began his African career in 1976 in Côte d'Ivoire where he was advisor to the Ministry of Planning and then to the Ministry of the Economy, Finance and Planning. In 1982 he began developing Bank of Africa. He was the Group's CEO from the time of its founding until leaving his position in January 2011. He remains a director of the holding company.
Donika DimovskaProgram director Results for Development Institute
Donika Dimovska is program director for the Center for Health Market Innovations (CHMI), as well as the Center for Education Innovations (CEI) of Results for Development Institute (R4D). She leads the development of new tools for engaging practitioners, funders, researchers and policymakers working to improve how health and education systems work to serve the poor developing countries.
Tanya Dos SantosResponsable du Développement durable Investec Group
Edward DouglasEngineer and investment professional Armstrong Asset Management
Erika DueñasPolicy and Advocacy Manager Medicines Patent Pool
Esther DufloProfessor of economics and Co-Director Abdul Latif Jameel Poverty Action Lab (J-PAL)
Chloe DuggerFinance Sector Specialist The World Bank Group
François-Xavier DugriponEnergy expert SOCIÉTÉ DES EXPERTS BOIS
2 post(s) by Charlotte Durand on the blog ID4D :
Independant Power Producers in Africa: an Essential AlternativeThe private sector can provide a response to the power capacity shortfall that hinders economic development in Sub-Saharan Africa. This can be seen with existing…
Ninon DuvalDirector Bond’innov
Anton EberhardGraduate School of Business University of Cape Town
Jessica Espinoza, CEO of 2X Collaborative, Chair of 2X Challenge [instution]
Guillaume EstagerPartner, Philae Advisory Essor Programme
Colin FelsmanSenior Program Associate Results for Development Institute
Colin Felsman is a Senior Program Associate at CEI. He has contributed to numerous other education projects including an R4D report evaluating education priorities for the post-2015 Education For All and Millennium Development Goals. Prior to joining R4D, he has also worked as a strategy consultant for the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation's Agriculture Program.
Tine Fisker HenriksenInnovative Finance Lead UCT GSB BERTHA CENTRE FOR SOCIAL INNOVATION
Iris Lanao FloresCEO FINCA Pérou
Arthur FochPhD student in development economics University Paris 1 – CNRS
Laeticia FontaineConduct research CRATerre-ENSAG
Laeticia Fontaine is engineer specialized in construction materials and lecture and conduct research at the CRATerre-ENSAG laboratory. With Romain Anger, she is jointly responsible for the research topic, Matter/ Materials and are also co-authors of the exhibition about earthen construction “Ma terre première, pour construire demain” (Cité des sciences et de l'industrie, Paris) and the book on the same topic “Bâtir en terre, du grain de sable à l'architecture” (Belin).
Pierre Forestier(Français) Director of the Sustainability and Corporate Governance Department Proparco
1 article on the blog ID4D The three prerequisites for progressive contractual agriculture in Africa
Christian GambottiL'Intelligent d'Abidjan
Matthew GamserCEO SME FINANCE FORUM
Susana Garcia-RoblesMultilateral Investment Fund (MIF)
Jonas GödickeEconomist GFA Consulting Group
Antonio Gonzalez CastilloManagerCapital Enprendedor
Jeremy GorelickConsultant Affordable Housing Institute
Emmanuel GroutelExpert in timber and forests, Wood And Logistics Expert WOOD AND LOGISTICS EXPERT (WALE)
Philippe GuinetTechnical Advisor European Investment Bank
Sanjay K Gupta
Yaw Adu-Agyei GyamfiCEO Danadams Pharmaceuticals
Fadila HamdaneResponsable adjointe de la division Industrie, agriculture et services Proparco
Kirk HamiltonLead economist The World Bank Group
David HarperHead of Property Services Hotel Partners Africa Head of Property Services Hotel Partners Africa
Fabien HassanAnalyst 2° Investing Initiative
Michelle HassanResearch Manager Digital Divide Data
Michelle Hassan is the Research Manager at Digital Divide Data Kenya where she leads the team on various research projects. Most of her projects focus on financial inclusion as well as understanding merchants' payments. Before joining DDD, Michelle was involved as a consultant with a range of research projects that sought to understand the financial lives of Kenyans, particularly through her work around Kenyan savings groups and through the Financial Landscapes study.
Habib Hassim(Français) Directeur général du groupe Hassim FOOD & BEVERAGE MADAGASCAR
Christine Heuraux, who holds a doctorate in German literature, joined EDF in 1994. As Director of the Access to Energy division (2007–2011), she led projects focused on Africa in particular. Her publications include L'électricité au cœur des défis africains [Electricity – at the heart of Africa's challenges] (Karthala, 2010), La formation au cœur du développement [Training – central to development] (L'Harmattan, 2011), and Croissance africaine: y croire et s'impatienter [African growth : believe, and be impatient] (L'Harmattan, 2014). She is currently Director of Training Support in EDF's international development department.
Bertrand Heysch de la BordeManager of infrastructure operations in Sub-Saharan Africa
Peter HintonSenior Banker and Associate Fellow Saïd Business School
Jeroen HorstenEvaluation Officer All authors
Jean-Claude Houssou gained a degree in engineering from SUP GALILEE and joined EDF in 1991, fulfilling a range of roles in nuclear power plants and at corporate level. From 2005 to 2008 he was in charge of the management arm responsible for the safety of nuclear installations. From 2008 to 2012 he was a plant director and then production director, before joining EDF Group's international development department as Access to Energy Group Manager for developing countries, his current role.
Marie HuchzermeyerProfessor University of the Witwatersrand
Jean-Michel HuetPartner BearingPoint
Jean-Michel Huet is a Partner with BearingPoint and Head of its emerging countries business. He has worked for a number of international development institutions, mostly in Africa. Jean-Michel is the author of a number of French language publications: What if telecoms didn’t exist? (Pearson, 2010), The best of strategy and of management (Village Mondial, 2009), International strategy (Dunod, 2015) and Digital Africa: the five great digital leaps (Michel Lafon, 2017), as well as numerous article focusing particularly on market entry strategies, management and convergence.
David HumphreysHonorary lecturer University of Dundee
Pierre JacquemotSenior lecturer Science Po Paris
1 article on the blog ID4D Reinventing the role of ODA
Christoph JakobEnvironmental initiatives team World Economic Forum
Mahmud JanmohamedMD Serena Hotels
Thierry JoffroyArchitect CRATerre-ENSAG
Thierry Joffroy is an architect at the CRAterre-ENSAG laboratory. He is responsible for the Heritage topic of the scientific program and has conducted over 250 study and consulting missions in over 40 countries.
Christina JuhaszChief investment officer Women’s World Banking
Elisabeth KacouChairman Pharmivoire Nouvelle
Jacob KholiSenior team responsible Africa Health Fund
Ian KincaidSenior Vice-President InterVISTAS Consulting Group
Gilles Kleitz(Français) Director of the Ecological Transition and Natural Resources Management Department, AFD
Franka KlingelPhD in Finance and Management
Matthias KnappeSenior Officer and Programme Manager ITC - International Trade Center
Anant KumarCEO and Founder LifeSpring
Kiriga KunyihaInvestment Principal Aureos Capital
L’Alliance pour l’inclusion financière (AFI)This article is a collective work of several authors THE ALLIANCE FOR FINANCIAL INCLUSION (AFI)
Jean LabuschagneDirector for Conservation Development and Assurance African Parks
1 PS&D article on the Ideas for Development blog : Africa : expanding health insurance coverage with private players
Marc LautierProfessor of Economics University of Rennes 2
Alexandra Le CourtoisUrban specialist The World Bank Group
After working in Proparco's Banks and Financial Markets department, and opening the organisation's regional office for West Africa in 2010, Julien Lefilleur currently heads Proparco's Manufacturing, Agribusiness and Services Division in Paris. Founder and editor-in-chief of the Proparco magazine Private Sector & Development, he is a graduate of École Centrale de Paris with a PhD in economics from the Sorbonne University.
4 articles on the blog ID4D
The three prerequisites for progressive contractual agriculture in Africa
Anne-Marie LevesqueChair of the 2XChallenge working group and Gender l
Elizabeth M. LewisResponsible for planning and development Global Environment Fund
Oni Lusk-StoverOperations Officer The World Bank Group
Oni Lusk-Stover leads the World Bank's Systems Approach for Better Education Results (SABER) –Engaging the Private Sector programme. She also leads on the Bank's partnership with the United Kingdom's Department for International Development, the Partnership for Education Development, which supports research on education outcomes and is a member of the SABER-Equity and Inclusion team, conducting research to address multiple sources of disadvantage in education.
Alessandra LustratiEuropean Commission
Delphine Malleret KingExecutive Director THE LONG RUN
Louis MaréchalConsultant French Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs
Philippe Marinspecialist in water and sanitation The World Bank Group
Frédéric Marret was appointed Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Louis Dreyfus Commodities (LDC), Middle East and Africa Region in September 2011. He joined LDC three years ago and has acquired an in-depth knowledge of the region through his previous role as regional CFO. Prior to this, he accumulated more than 20 years’ experience in the hard commodity sector in Europe and North Africa, as operational CEO and in corporate finance.
Carlos Alberto MarsalControllership and finances superintendent Hospital Sírio-Libanês
Maria Soledad Martinez PeriaSenior Economist The World Bank Group
Kola MashaManaging Director Babban Gona
Jean-Louis MattéiChief executive officer Société générale
Gary McMahonSpécialist The World Bank Group
Aziz MebarekManaging Director Tuninvest–AfricInvest Group
A graduate of the École Nationale des Ponts et Chaussées engineering school in Paris, Aziz Mebarek held various positions in industry before becoming Advisor to the Chairman & Managing Director of the steel conglomerate Tunisacier-Ilva Maghreb from 1987 to 1991, and Managing Director from 1991 to 1994. He was then involved in setting up the investment firm Tuninvest-AfricInvest Group. He is also co-founder of the African Venture Capital Association and the Association Tunisienne des Grandes Écoles.
Gilbert Meyerexpert on port-related and maritime economics Catram Consultants
Jonathan MitchellEconomic development specialist Overseas Development Institute
Samuel MonteiroHead of ESG and impact Investment Investisseurs & Partenaires - I&P
Serge MorandEcologist and biologist CNRS/CIRAD
María Teresa Moreno AlcázarResponsible of the design and supervision Innova Schools
María Teresa Moreno Alcázar is responsible of the design and supervision of Innova Schools' educational model. She also teaches on doctoral and distancelearning programmes at the Department of Education at Peru's Pontificia Universidad Católica. Previously she worked at the Ministry of Education developing a secondary-level curriculum for language teaching, and researched the impact of problem-based learning at the University of Delaware, United States.
Kalaa MpingaFounder Mwana Africa
Marnix MulderDirector of market development Triple Jump
Frank NagelExecutive Directo Rabobank Group
Katharine Nawaal Gratwick
Sokhna NdiayeChairman of the board of directors DUOPHARMPrésidente du Conseil d’administration de DUOPHARM
Development initiatives for Sub Saharan agriculture and food production industriesAgriculture has re-emerged as a priority for Sub-Saharan Africa. African nations recognise the key importance of this sector for enhancing food security and supporting the…
Amolo Ng'wenoManaging Director Digital Divide Data
Amolo Ng'weno is Managing Director of Digital Divide Data Kenya, a social enterprise providing data and research services to companies and governments. Previously, Amolo co-founded of Africa Online, East Africa's first internet provider and then worked as the COO of the Trust for African Rock Art, and as Deputy Director in the Financial Services for the Poor team in the Global Development Program of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.
Klaus NiederländerDirector Cooperatives Europe
Cyrille Nkontchouco-founder Enko Capital and Enko Education
Jean-Jacques NowakSenior Lecturer in Economic Science Université de Lille
Jacques Jonathan Nyemblawyer
Naabia Ofosu-AmaahSenior Corporate Advisor of Water The Nature Conservancy
Anne PacquetVice-Chairman of the Scientific Committee FARM Foundation
Sonia PagliaroTrade and Private Sector Development European Commission
1 article on the blog ID4D Bringing the client back to the centre of microfinance concerns
William Parientéassistant professor Abdul Latif Jameel Poverty Action Lab (J-PAL)
Prior to founding Injaro Investments, Jerry Parkes' career spanned fund management, private equity investment, consulting and investment banking with Knox D'Arcy Investment Management, Accenture, Merrill Lynch, UBS and Technoserve-Ghana. He co-authored Ocean and Oil Holdings: Creating a Sustainable Private Equity Business in Africa that forms part of the Private Equity in Emerging Markets curriculum at Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, USA.
Harry Anthony PatrinosSpecialist in school-based management The World Bank Group
Harry A. Patrinos, a specialist in school-based management, impact evaluation and public-private partnerships, is the World Bank's Manager, Education. He leads the Bank's work programme developing the concepts and strategies for education sector policy and for supporting country programmes and professional development.
A PS&D article on the Ideas for Development blog: Promoting housing policies coordinated with the private sector
Jean-Michel PavyEnvironment sector The World Bank Group
Serge Péanoeconomist and statistician The International Institute for Educational Planning (IIEP)
Serge Péano is an economist and statistician who worked as an expert at UNESCO's International Institute for Educational Planning (IIEP) until 2013, focusing primarily on issues relating to the cost and financing of education. He also spent part of his career in the French Ministry of Education's evaluation department. Serge Péano currently works as an independent consultant.
1 PS&D article on the Ideas for Development blog:
The challenge of expanding quality education for all in developing countries
Martin PerrierDirector ONF International
Jean-Luc PerronExecutive Officer Grameen Crédit Agricole Microfinance Foundation
Cédric PhilibertRenewable Energy Division International Energy Agency
Ariane PhilisProject manager Expertise France
Amélie Pierre MilonSenior consultant
Eric PignotCo-fondateur et Directeur des Opérations Enko Educationco-founder and Chief Operating Officer Enko Education
Lynn PikholzCEO CapitalPlus Exchange
Anthony PileFoundator Blue Skies
Vitor PiniInvestor Relations Officer Anhanguera
Vitor Pini serves as Investor Relations Officer, Member of the Executive Board of Anhanguera Educacional Participações. Before joining the company in 2010, he worked at Banco Bradesco BBI, Banif Investment Banking and Banco Bilbao Vizcaya Argentaria for more than eight years in the capital market field. Vitor Pini holds a bachelor's degree in Economics from Universidade de São Paulo (USP) and Università degli Studi di Torino.
Christophe PolineSustainable Investment Director Schneider Electric
Edward PollardTechnical Director The Biodiversity Consultancy
Pierre Pozzo di Borgoanalysis and management of transport projects The World Bank Group
Tojo RakotozafySenior Investment Associate [instituion]
Juliette Ramondy is a graduate of ESCP-EAP European Business School and has a degree in economics from the Sorbonne. She joined the AFD in 2007 and has been a senior investment officer in Proparco's Portfolio Monitoring division since 2012.
Rogerio G. RamosInvestment officer Multilateral Investment Fund (MIF)
Koloina RazafindratsitaAssociate (Français) Adenia Partners
Julia Richard de Chicourt worked first as an international consultant and then joined Proparco as a senior environment and social specialist. She supports Proparco's investment team in assessing and managing the environmental and social risks associated with direct investment in the manufacturing, infrastructure and energy sectors.