Experts' profiles - Adamou Bouhari
Adamou Bouhari
Adamou Bouhari is currently a Task Manager in the field of Land Degradation and Biodiversity in UNEP's Division of Global Environment Facility Coordination(DGEF). He is responsible for the supervision of and support to the identification, development and implementation of projects funded by the Global Environment Facility (GEF) and implemented by UNEP in the Focal Areas of Land Degradation and Biodiversity. He also contributes to knowledge management objectives by codifying and summarizing lessons derived from the projects for which he provides oversight.

Prior to joining UNEP he was Program Analyst, Energy and Environment and GEF Portfolio Manager at UNDP Niger Country Office and at the Ministry of Hydraulics and Environment, Department of Environment, Niger Republic as a Natural Forests and Land Management Program Officer.

Adamou holds a Masters degree in International and Compared Environmental Law, University of Limoges (France), a Bachelor's degree in Forest Resources Management, Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta (Nigeria).

He is Fluent in both French and English.
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