Watch my recent Interview with the American Economic Association (AEA) at the 2019 Annual Meeting in Atlanta,GA, USA on climate change and children's violent behavior in Chad.


Watch my academic debate on the impact of refugees' inflows in Cameroon with the UNHCR Assistant Commissionner for Refugees on November 21st at the UNHCR headquarters in Geneva 

I am a fellow in the Innovation, Economics and Governance for Development (IEGD) PhD Program  of the United Nations University (UNU-MERIT) in Maastricht, the Netherlands.

My primary research interests encompass impact evaluation on  health, education, agriculture and energy use in conflict and post-conflict affected countries.

April 2016, Haverford  College, Teaching Integrity in Empirical Research Workshop, Philadelphia, PA, US

Keynote Speech, The World Bank , Washington DC, 2016 Open Data Conference 

My dissertation papers use experimental and quasi-experimental methods to identify what programs work but also how and under what conditions development interventions  enhance  technology adoption, children's health and learning outcomes in Angola, Liberia, Burundi, the DRC, Chad and Northern Cameroon. 


I am  a strong advocate of research transparency and reproducibility in the social sciences.