Director General of the Green Economy and Climate Change
Ministry of Environment of Burkina Faso
Lamine Ouedraogo is an economist and Diplomat.
On an academic level, he has earned the following diplomas:
- Master II in Territorial Policies and Sustainable Development of the University of Maine, Le Mans (France)
- Diploma of Higher Education Specialized in Diplomacy and International Relations – Option: Economy and International Finance of the Diplomatic Institute and International Relations of Ouagadougou (Burkina Faso)
- Masters Degree in Economics – Option: Macroeconomics and Development Management University of Ouagadougou (Burkina Faso).
On a professional level, he held the following positions of responsibility:
- Responsible for the establishment and operationalization of the Burkina Faso Environmental Intervention Fund (FIE), as part of the implementation of Program BKF / 019
- Executive Director of the Environmental Intervention Fund (FIE) Pilot Mechanism (or Pre-FIE Mechanism) as part of the implementation of Program BKF / 019
- Director General of Sectoral Studies and Statistics of the Ministry in charge of the Environment
- National Coordinator of the Forest Sector Support Program (PASF – BKF / 019)
- Director of Studies and Planning of the Ministry of Environment and Sustainable Development
- Adviser of Foreign Affairs to the American Directorate of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Regional Cooperation
Since 2016, he is the Director General of the Green Economy and Climate Change (Ministry of Environment, Green Economy and Climate Change).