Adama Touray is a lecturer at the University of The Gambia. She is Currently a Member of the project "Extending Financial Access to the Poor: Evidence from Gambia.
She attended the University of Mauritius, where she obtained her Masters of Arts (Economics) in 2016 and the University of the Gambia, where she obtained her Bachelors of Sciences in Economicsand Finance in 2012. She has passion for research and sharing information which defined her career path (Academician). Her research interests are Growth and Development, Econometric Analysis, Poverty and Equity and Impact Evaluation.
She did a two-months program called PhD Bridge with the African Economic Research Consortium in Kenya (July-September, 2017), which is meant to prepare her for upcoming PhD program.
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