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Podcast 2: Water for Peace - Role of Programming in Dealing with Water Insecurity and Fragility Issues

"Role of programming in dealing with water, peace and security issues, with Karounga Keïta, Director of Wetlands International’s Sahel Office"

This is the second of four Water for Peace podcasts for the World Bank’s Online Fragility ... view more

About the Presenters

Karounga Keïta

Regional Director, Wetlands International

Karounga Keïta is a Regional Directorr of Wetlands International’s Sahel Office (@WetlandsInt). He has a PhD in Economics and posgraduate studies in Political Science and International Relations. Mr. Keïta has more than 32 years of experience working at the high level with Mali Government and in private sector. Mr. Keïta served as Senior Economist, Team Leader and Senior Governance Advisor for UNDP in Mali, Burundi, Burkina Faso, and Democratic Republic of Congo. Mr. Keïta is an author of national sustainable development strategies in Congo, Brazzaville and Comoros. He authored 2015 Mali Report on Food Security for FAO.

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suphanan

- Aug 8, 2020
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Joy Mildred Adhiambo

- Aug 7, 2020
Water for Peace - Role of Programming in Dealing with Water Insecurity and Fragility issues
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