Ms Mino Ramaroson is a rural development specialist and a gender activist from Madagascar. She is a development economist by training and had worked for national and civil society organizations and international coalitions/networks for the last twelve years. She has worked on issues as varied as microfinance, education, rural development, gender and land. She has been involved in lobbying and advocacy around these issues in her country, as well as at regional and global levels. Fluent in English and French, Ms Ramaroson supports the mainstreaming of gender and women’s rights, advocacy on resilience and land issues, capacity building and technical support, project design and implementation, and research. She is currently working as the Africa Regional Coordinator for Huairou Commission, where her expertise as a Global Land Specialist has resulted in chairing roles in international institutions such as the International Land Coalition or Global Land Tool Network. Ms Ramaroson has a Diploma of Higher Studies in international development from Paris X University and a M.S. in Economics and Social Work from the Sorbonne.
/ / Mino Ramaroson, Huairou Commission