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Ibrahima Sarr

Ibrahima Sarr

UNHCR Economist

Ibrahima Sarr is an Economist at the UNHCR Office in Cameroon. He has a Ph.D. in Economics from Université de Laval (Canada) and also holds master’s degrees in applied mathematics (University Gaston Berger, Sénégal), and in statistics and economics (ENSAE, Senegal). He is a former World Bank-UNHCR Fellow on Forced Displacement. 

Ibrahima has extensive experience as an economist for international organizations and academic institutions in co-leading the design, implementation and analysis of data activities and socioeconomic projects. His research covers topics in development economics, behavioral and experimental economics, and in welfare analysis. Ibrahima is currently involved in projects in countries in Africa related to a wide range of topics including targeting of assistance, cross-survey imputation, poverty measurement and child poverty in forcibly displaced settings, as well as studies related to the inclusion of refugees into national surveys and census.

You can follow his work on LinkedIn.