Fatimata Wopa Gaye

Fatimata Wopa Gaye

She holds a Master’s degree in Development Project Management from Laval University-IDEA. Fatimata is the West Africa Representative for the African Evaluation Association. she is a versatile manager/auditor-inspector with over 30 years of experience, now looking to transition into a development evaluation specialist to contribute to the cause of development.

In Monitoring and Evaluation Fatimata Completed the International Program of Training in Monitoring and Evaluation (PIFED) at ENAP, Quebec/ACDI/BM. She served a 3-year mandate as a member of the evaluation and audit committee at the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), a specialized agency of the United Nations, from 2011 to 2014. Participated in technical workshops on Results-Based Management (RBM), Multi-Year Planning (CDMT and CDS-MT), and monitoring and evaluation of public programs and projects organized by IDEA Canada/Ministry of Finance of Senegal. 

Fatimata actively participated in the preparatory phase of the national component of the regional program for the safety and security of air transport in West and Central Africa (PRSSTAOC). She received training on World Bank procurement procedures at the World Bank Office in Dakar. Engaged in volunteer projects in localities such as Fouta, Mback√© Kadior, and HLM Gu√©diawaye, focusing on reforestation, women’s education, and provision of school supplies.

She is a Certified Trainer in Procurement by ARMP Senegal in 2008. She held positions such as Administrative and Financial Director at ANACS and Trade Point Senegal, as well as Deputy DAF at the SPIE-CAPAG project. Fatima participated in restructuring the Senegalese aeronautical sector leading to the creation of ANACS from 2002 to 2004.