Aminata is DG’s Regional Program Lead based in Senegal. She is responsible for leading projects for regional and multi-country programs in West Africa, managing a portfolio of client relationships, and overseeing progress on specified project/technical implementations. Her work includes implementations of data management, visualization, and dissemination tools, carrying out related data management and analysis services, completing technical training, and conducting applied research on how data and technology could be used to influence national policies and strategies, and identifying and developing new business opportunities. Working on several projects and programs throughout West Africa including as West Africa Regional Coordinator and Nigeria Project Manager for the Tobacco Control Data Initiative, she has relevant expertise in a wide range of topics such as health, non-formal education, gender equality, international business development, entrepreneurship, and women’s economic empowerment.
Aminata has 14 years of experience and has worked in the past with Tostan International, UN Women, and the Economic Department of the French Embassy. She holds a Master’s Degree in Business Administration from Institut Supérieur de Management, with a specialization in Political Sciences, International Relations and Geostrategy; and a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration from Institut Africain de Management.
André M. Tandjiekpon, Secrétaire exécutif du Conseil international consultatif du cajou (CICC), donne un aperçu du travail du CICC et explique comment la plateforme Cashew-IN développée par DG contribuera à son travail.
André M. Tandjiekpon, Executive Secretary of the Consultative International Cashew Council (CICC), gives an overview of CICC’s work and explains how the Cashew-IN platform developed by DG will support his work.
Joseph Zerbo, conseiller aux affaires économiques directeur général du Conseil burkinabé du cajou (CBA), dresse un panorama de la filière cajou au Burkina Faso.