Newly Appointed Junior Project Manager, Ms. Farah Tadli Joins the African Plant Nutrition Institute
APNI Headquarters has recently added Ms. Farah Tadli, a Junior Project Manager with experience in capacity-building and strategic advocacy.
“We are delighted to welcome Ms. Tadli to the our headquarters’ team,” said Dr. Kaushik Majumdar, APNI’s Director General. “She’s a great addition to our rapidly growing saff and we are looking forward to her contributions to our projects.”
Prior to joining APNI, Farah held the position of Junior Officer at Trust Consultancy and Development where she managed capacity-building projects. She also worked as an Advocacy Assistant at Tree Aid where she supported building the NGO’s national advocacy strategy in Burkina Faso and Ethiopia.
She holds a Master’s degree in Business and International Trade with Emerging Countries from Sorbonne Paris Nord University and in International Law from Jean Moulin Lyon 3 and is currently pursuing an M.Sc. in Climate Change and Development at SOAS University of London, with a focus on Food Security and Climate Change Adaptation.
Farah has also completed the Results-Based Project Management Professional Certificate offered by the Project Management Institute and the Food Security and Sustainability Program at Wageningen University.
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