Tidiane Traore, Technical Advisor to the Secretary General of Mano River Union

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Panelist at AIX: Transport and Logistics at RSA House, 28 to 29 September

Tidiane Traore is native of the Republic of Guinea has worked extensively in area of private sector development in Africa and consultancy for over 25 years; he has been involved in shipping, management, advisory services, a specialist in monitoring and evaluation, and of management development and training.

He has worked for major multinationals and Bilateral Organizations as Consultant (USAID, IFC, WTO, AfDB, EU, UNDP, and ECOWAS)

Tidiane Traore is presently the Technical Advisor to the Secretary General of the Mano River Union (Cote d’Ivoire, Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone)

Tidiane is the Coordinating Consultant of the Regional Sealink Project, he wrote the concept note, lead the feasibility study, and its implementation plan.

CEO of Guinea Farm System an integrated farming system (Vegetables, crops, fishing,  and animal husbandry)

He worked in the IFC group with AMSCO, first as the Training and Development Coordinator for West and Central Africa, and later as the Regional Manager for Anglophone West Africa.

He is the founder of Management Consultants Sarl Guinea, and the founder/ CEO of Knowledge Transfer Associates Liberia.

He holds a Bsc. Economics/Mathematics from the University of Liberia, MBA finance from the University of Ghana (Legon) and an Advance Graduate Studies from Pace University NY in Finance, Accountancy, and Management information Systems. He is a certified Director under the Commonwealth Association, and a certified Lead Assessor ISO 9001-2000 series

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