Deo-Gracias HOUNDOLO is a Public Policy Evaluation Specialist. He holds a Master degree in Resource economics and an Engineer Degree in Agronomy – Major in Natural Resource Management and Planning, and is currently doing a PhD in Development Economics. He has an extensive experience in designing and implementing evaluation, namely impact evaluation of development and humanitarian assistance programs; and has covered considerable ground in the field of evaluation of public policy.
For the last nine years he works with organizations such the International Initiative for Impact Evaluation (3ie), the World Bank (PREM, AFTAR, Gender-Lab), The UNOCHA-Pooled Funds, the African School of Economics, and number of African Governments and institutions (South Africa Department of Planning Monitoring and Evaluation at the Presidency, West Africa Development Bank, Benin Prime Ministry Office, CLEAR-Francophone, CLEAR-Latin America, GIZ-Benin, Governments of Benin and Togo, etc.), the Government of Niger, the Government of Benin, GIZ-Benin … to advance the cause of rigorous evaluation on the African continent more specifically.
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