1951-54 Lycée Louis le Grand, higher and special mathematics ; 1954-56 Ecole Polytechnique, diploma ; 1956-57 Military service (lieutenant) ; 1967-69 Ecole Nationale de la Statistique et de l’Administration Economique, diploma ; 1957-59 Statistics Diploma, Paris University.
1959-62 Administrator, National Institute of Statistics and Economic Studies (Paris, France) - Chief of section in charge of external trade and balance of payments ; Short-term economic forecast Division – Full time position. 1962-69 Project manager, National Institute of Statistics and Applied Economics (UNDP – Rabat, Morocco) institution training economists and statisticians for Maghreb and French-speaking Sub-Saharan African countries (9 UNPD experts and a number of professors funded by France and Morocco) – Full time position. 1969-90 Principal Advisor (with rank of director), International Institute for Educational Planning (UNESCO-Paris, France), in charge of training and research on education finance, budget processes and their integration into the planning process, cost analysis and information systems – Full time position. 1991-2012 Freelance international consultant in charge of project implementation (Madagascar, Mozambique, Morocco) and education loans/grants preparation and negotiation. Contracts were passed with the World Bank, Regional Banks (African, Asian and Inter-American Development Banks), the European Commission, UNESCO and UNICEF. 2005-15 Deputy Chairman, 1901 Formation, non-profit organization in charge of training young adults and adults for employment. General Manager of “Sustained Human Development”, a non-profit organization related to 1901 Formation, engaged in social activities (education and training, employment, health) in developing and emerging countries.
Languages spoken and written : French, English, Spanish and Portuguese ; knowledge of German and Italian ; limited understanding of dialectal Arabic.
AMFIE : Director (2015), Treasurer (since 2016).