Honore Guiledo Lengane
I am from Burkina Faso, a landlocked West African country, also known as the land of the upright people. For the past 4 years, I have worked in the nonprofit community with international organizations including International Relief and Development, and ACDI/VOCA (Agricultural Cooperative Development International and Volunteers in Overseas Cooperative Assistance), both U.S nonprofit organizations. I am currently working as Grants Monitoring Officer with ACDI/VOCA on a USAID funded project called Victory against Malnutrition, which aims to reduce food insecurity affecting vulnerable populations in my home country. I graduated with a Master’s degree in Economics from Western Illinois University and I am a former recipient of the Fulbright Program Scholarships. My key policy interests have to do with transparency and accountability in local government in the context of a decentralization process as I have had the opportunity to conduct a number of trainings related to this topic, and rural development.