In May 2011, I received a Doctor's degree in Economics from the University of Sussex. For my DPhil dissertation, I have been working on poverty within forests looking at assets and activities to develop pro-poor forest conservation.

My research deals with analysing the linkages between tropical forests and poverty, analysing payments for environmental services, assessing rural households' livelihoods, and testing for the existence of poverty traps.

To empirically apply my research, I am particularly keen in designing and implementing household surveys in forested and remote areas.

I am currently working as a consultant for Oxford Policy Management at the National Institute of Statistics of Rwanda as well as a researcher for the University of Sussex.

Here is my CV with a short list of my experiences and papers.