Statistician Economist by training, He managed a Malagasy consulting firm for several years specializing in the field of evaluation. He has conducted several evaluation missions in many areas of development both at the national level in Madagascar and at the international level. While reciting, he continued to sharpen his specialization at the Carleton University of Canada in the International Program on Development Evaluation Training (IPDET) in 2009 as an Impact Evaluation Trainer at CESAG-CLEAR in Dakar, Senegal.
He has been accredited by the University of Quebec in Montreal as a Development Project Manager International (MPDI). He worked for the implementation of the monitoring and evaluation system for the program of USAID’s Continental Health Program, and he contributed to the development of the monitoring and evaluation system based on the results of the Kaduna State Government in Nigeria. He is currently International Consultant and Coordinator General of the Reform Programme for the Efficiency of the State attached to the Presidency of the Republic of Madagascar.