Lamin O. Touray (The Gambia), lecturer at the University of the Gambia, Development Studies Unit
Daniel Agramont (Bolivia), keynote speaker IOB graduation ceremony 2019, researcher Peace Research Institute Frankfurt
Yu Pei (Taiwan), working in Guatemala for the Taiwan Embassy, following up on development projects including focus on empowering indigenous women
René Claude Niyonkuru (Burundi), opening a training on conflict transformation in West Cote d'Ivoire
Debazou Yantio (Cameroon), IOB training programme alumnus 2009, board member of IDEAS, here at global assembly Jordan
Joel Siku (DR Congo), household survey newly displaced in Katanga for World Food Programme
Since the start of IOB in 2001, more than 1300 students, from more than 100 different countries, from various sectors (government, universities, civil society, private sector,...) with very different cultural backgrounds have studied at IOB.
IOB believes that facilitating contact and exchanges between staff and alumni and among alumni themselves will enable us all to tap into this enormous wealth of skills, knowledge and experiences scattered all over the world.
IOB alumni are making a difference in development … all over the world!
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