DIBOULONI Jean Bosco is a specialist in environmental and agricultural economics who has devoted 17 years of his career to the development of the rural sector in West Africa.
He holds a post-graduate diploma (DESS) in environmental sciences from the University of Ouagadougou/CEPAPE, and an engineering degree in sociology and rural economics from the Polytechnic University of Bobo Dioulasso.
An agricultural engineer, he began his career in research at CEPAPE/University of Ouagadougou before moving into the associative sector and then into the development and international trade circuit.
Since 2011, DIBOULONI is fully dedicated to advising institutions, development organizations and facilitating complex processes. Thus he has contributed to the design and implementation of several economic growth and food security programs with OXFAM, SNV, HELVETAS, USAID, CBI, ADVANCE CONSULTING... Concerned about climate change, he has launched two initiatives namely www.plantmoremoringa and